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s.s 2.2 vocabulary

culture a way of life that people share including arts, beliefs, and customs
domestication the practice of breeding plants or taming animals to meet human needs
civilization 1) cities that are center of trade 2) specialized jobs for different people 3) organized forms of government and religion 4) a system of record keeping 5) advanced tools
mound builders Native Americans who built large earthen structures as brutal mounds and temples
technology The use of tools and knowledge to meet human needs
splash and burn Farmers chopped down and then burned trees on a plot of land
Iroquois league The stopped warning each other and formed an alliance of the Cayua, Mohwak, Oneida, Onondaga, and Seneca was the Iroquois league
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