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Native American 1.2

Chapter 1 section 2

Anasazi One of the early farm cultures in the Southwest
Adobe This is a type of clay
kivas These are underground ceremonial chambers of the Anasazi
Mound Builders This group of Native Americans lived in the Mississippi, Ohio and lower Missouri River Valleys and built large burial mounds to honor their dead
Hopewell This group of people is one example of Mound Builders
Culture area A geographic location that influences societies
Southwest The Apcache, Navaho and Pueblo lived in this geographic area
Northeast The Iroquois and Algonquin are the main groups that lived in this geographic area
Iroquois League This is an alliance of tribes used to strenghten themselves against invasion
Nature Most Native American religions were linked to this
Land It was believed that this was to be used by all but should be preserved for future generations
Pueblo This is an aboveground house made of heavy clay called adobe
Created by: srandall