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Social Studies chp:2

Chp 2: A Look into the past

Oral tradition Before written records were kept, people passed on their history by word of mouth or
Secondary source A written study of the past that is based on a primary source is called a
Artifact An object made by someone in the past is an
Primary source The scrapbook that Nina found in her grandfather's attic is an example of a
Archaeology Is the study of the remains of past cultures
Excavate Archaelogists often dig up, or __________historical sites
History Can be identified as the story of the past
Prehistory The time before the development of writing is called
Archaeology Often involves the search for artifacts
Oral tradition Stories and legends were passed on during prehistory through
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