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Social Studies-CMS 7

Final Exam Review Iroquois-Very Very Very HELPFUL-

Artifact Something made by humans
Iroquois Known as people of the longhouse
Clan A group of people who trace their family to a common ancestor
Culture The total way of life of a group of people
Extended Family Nuclear family plus aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents
Bering Strait Land Bridge A narrow piece of land that used to exist between North America and Asia which is now the Bering Strait
Longhouse The type of house used by the Iroquois
Matrilineal The mother's side of the family
Myth A story used to explain something in nature
Nuclear Family Mother, father, children
Pre-Columbian Before Christopher Columbus
Pre-historic Before written history
Reservation Land set aside or given to Indians
Siblings Brothers and sisters
The 3 Sisters Corn, beans and squash
Tobacco Used by the Iroquois in ceremonies
Tuscarora The 6th nation to join the Iroquois Confederacy
Five nations Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk
Created by: watermelon3