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Ch 3 Social Studies

Mrs. Scholz Social Studies Ch 3 Test practice

An object made and used by people is called _______. an artifact
The five tribes in the League of the Iroquois agreed________. to avoid war among themselves
A group is called nomadic if it _________. moves from place to place
Which natural resource of the Northwest Coast did the Makahs use to make canoes and totem poles? trees
What feature of the California-Intermountain environment best explains the Pomos' use of clamshells? ocean
Why did the Seminoles of southern Florida wear deer-hide leggings? for protection from sharp saw grass
What is a pueblo? an apartment building made of stone and adobe
Wigwams in the Eastern Woodlands were made from __________. small trees and bark or mats
American Indians of the Plateau region got water from _______. large rivers
Which animal-used for shelter, clothing, and shields-was so important to the Western Sioux that they considered it sacred? buffalo
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