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Native Americans

What tribe of Native Americans made their homes in the Blue Ridge Mountains? Cherokee
Where did the Yemassee live in SC? coastal zone
Where could the Catawba Indians be found in SC? Piedmont Region
What tribe is known for its pottery? Catawba
How were rivers used by the Native Americans? transportation, food, bathing, water
Which tribe lived in longhouses in the summer? Cherokee
What tribe lived in wigwams made of palmetto fronds? Yemassee
What tribe left behind midden mounds that tells us a lot about how they lived? Yemassee
What was a wattle house made of? bark and branches
What form of government did the tribes all share? Council houses with village councils
What tribe name means "river people?" Catawba
Which tribe ate clams and oysters? Yemassee
What does a midden mound contain? shells and pottery
Created by: mccallak