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28 Facts Part I

Explorers Simulation

What was the name of the special type of writing the Inca used, which was beads arranged in knotted and colored strings? quipu
What was the name given to corn, beans, and squash? Three Sisters
What Native American tribe believed in spirits called kachinas and used special rooms called kivas for religious ceremonies? Pueblo
What Native American tribe were warlike and practiced human sacrifices to please their gods? Aztec
What did all Native Americans grow for food? maize
What Native American tribe lived in Peru and built thousands of miles of roads over rocky land for protection? Inca
What Native American tribe believed in the "Great Spirit of the Manitou" and memory scrolls? Algonquin
What Native American tribe were famous for their League of Five Nations and Society of False Faces? Iroquois
Created by: hewittl