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WCMS6 Indians

Early Cultures - American Indians

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What does an archaeologist do? studies human behavior and cultures of the past through the recovery and analysis of artifacts
Where is one of the oldest archaeologist sites in the United States located? Cactus Hill, Virginia
Where did the Inuit live? present-day Alaska and northern Canada
Where did the Kwakiutl live? Pacific Northwest
Where did the Lakota live? interior of the United States/Great Plains
Where did the Pueblo live? Southwest/present-day New Mexico and Arizona (bordered mountains and cliffs)
Where did the Iroquois live? northeast North America (heavily forested)
What type of climate did the Inuit live in? below freezing most of the year
What type of climate did the Kwakiutl live in? rainy and mild
What type of climate did the Lakota live in? dry grasslands
What type of climate did the Pueblo live in? hot and dry
What type of climate did the Iroquois live in? four distinct seasons
What type of shelter did the Inuit inhabit? igloos
What type of shelter did the Kwakiutl inhabit? plank houses
What type of shelter did the Lakota inhabit? teepees
What type of shelter did the Pueblo inhabit? pueblos (adobes)
What type of shelter did the Iroquois inhabit? longhouses
What type of resources are found in nature? natural
What type of resource is a bow and arrow? capital
What type of resource is a hunter? human
What type of resource is a stone? natural
What type of resource is a fish? natural
What type of resource is a weapon-maker? human
What type of resource is a canoe? capital
What type of man-made resource is used to produced other goods and service? capital
What type of resource is described as someone who produces goods and services? human
Where do American Indians live today? in their homelands and across North America
What influenced how each Indian tribe met its basic needs? geography (land and water features) and climate (weather)
Created by: MrsBonini