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Native Americans: 2

Native American Vocabulary Set Two

QuestionAnswer
Pueblo Spanish word meaning village
Potlatch a party in which the host displays his or her wealth by giving away gifts.
Totem Pole carved by the Kwakiutl to show family history or ancestors
Shaman the “healer” or doctor in a tribe
Barter to trade
Nomadic to travel from place to place, often in search of food
Mesa a high, flat landform
Beringia the land bridge connecting Asia to North America.
Natural Resource a naturally occurring substance found in nature that is put to use in everyday life.
Irrigation to supply dry land with water by creating ditches or pipes.
Created by: billie_blalock