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Native American

28 Facts - First 8 - 12/19/14

TermDefinition
Iroquois Famous for their League of Five Nations and Society of False Faces
Inca Lived in Peru and built thousands of miles of roads over rocky land for protection.
Pueblo Used special rooms called kivas for religious ceremonies and believed in spirits called kachinas.
Aztec Warlike and practiced human sacrifices to please their gods.
Algonquin Believed in the "Great Spirit of Manitou" and memory scrolls.
Three Sisters Special name for squash, corn and beans
Native Americans All tribes grew maize (corn) for food.
Inca Used quipu as a special way of writing by arranging knotted and colored strings.
Kivas Rooms for special ceremonies.
Kachinas Spirits the Pueblo believed in.
Quipu Special way of writing by arranging knotted and colored strings.
Created by: ccarmstrong