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Oklahoma History

Chapter Three

TermDefinition
artifacts object made by human work or skill (like baskets) found at archeological sites
artisans skilled craftsman who makes jewelry, cloth, tools or other items
atlatl a wooden throwing stick used to propel a spear
Beringia a land bridge that connected Asia with North America during the last great ice age.
Big Game Hunters Early people of North America who hunted mammoth using man-made spearpoints known as Clovis points.
carbon dating method of determining the age of bones
Early Farmers first people in Oklahoma to grow maize (corn) for food and to make pottery
Foragers ancient people who limited their hunting and gathering to a smaller area than their big game hunting ancestors did, returning to certain sites again and again.
Mound Builders Pre-Columbian culture that built huge earthworks which served as public buildings, homes of chiefs or burial sites.
Paleo-Indians the first Americans, who hunted large animals and used stone and bone tools
petroglyphs a carving, painting or inscription on a rock wall.
Plains Village Farmers earliest farming inhabitants of the Southern Plains, they grew corn, beans, squash, and pumpkins and lived in square houses with thatched roofs.
Created by: Jassman