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3rd Grade History

Wilson Hall - 3rd Grade History - The First People in South Carolina

Animals crossed over _____ _____ to get into North America. land bridges
People from Asia were ancestors of the American Indian or _____ _____. Native Americans
These early people left _____ such as spears and stone tools. They may be 7,000 or 8,000 years old. artifacts
They used the _____ which helped to throw a spear harder and farther. atlatl
They began to make _____ from clay and stored food here. pottery
The warm climate allowed the Indians to stay in one place, grow their own food and form small communities or _____. villages
The village was surrounded by a tall wooden fence called a _____. These protected them from other tribes and wild animals. palisade
The government in these early villages was called a _____ _____. tribal council
There were _____ main Indian languages in South Carolina: Iroquoian, Siouan, Algonquian, and Muskhogean. four
Although there were many Indian tribes in South Carolina, their _____ were similar. cultures
The most important food was _____ or corn. maize
An Indian home or shelter was called a _____. wigwam
Three things that were important to the Indian religion were the _____, _____, and _____. sun, animals, birds
Indian rattles were made from _____ _____ and _____. turtle shells and gourds
Hollow logs covered with animal skin made a _____. drum
a narrow strip of land land bridge
an original inhabitant or first people native
eeverday things that people left behind such as tools and pottery artifact
a tool used by the early Indians to throw a spear harder and farther atlatl
a small community village
a tall wooden fence palisade
a group of people with common ancestors that share a name, language and way of living tribe
a group that makes rules and decisions for a large group council
the way of life of a group of people culture
the Indian name for corn maize
a round, tent-like shelter wigwam
a fine fruit related to the pumpkin, squash, and cucumber gourd
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