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Oklahoma History

Chapter Four

TermDefinition
brush arbor an open-sided,flat-roofed structure under which Wichitas dried corn and meat
clan group made up of blood relatives usually on the mother's side
environmental adaption use of local materials in construction in response to natural and social conditions such as climate and cost
First People Native people know today as the Wichitas and Affliated Tribes. Oklahomas's oldest historical people
kinship relationships between people of common ancestry
mano and metate stone tools used to grind corn into meal
matrilineal tracing family relationships and descent through maternal line
semi-sedentary living in a permanent settlement for only part of the year
Sun Dance a world renewal ceremony conducted by the Plains Apaches and Kiowas
tribal confederation network of different villages or other groups united by language, lifestyle and tradition
Created by: Jassman