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Social Studies

September 18, 2015

Nomad -person with no permanet home who travels from place to place
Migration -movement from place to place
Agriculture -the skill of raising plants and animals for human use
Adapt -to change the way one lives to fit different conditions
Technology -the use of scientific knowledge to solve problems
Archaeology -the study of objects to learn about life in the past
Artifact -an object made by people
Custom -an accepted way of doing something
Tradition -a set of customs that people create over time
Folklore -a group's stories and customs
Ceremony -a set of activities done for a special purpose
Religion -a system of faith and worship
Surplus -more than is needed
Specialize -to focus on one kind of product or activity
Economy -a system for organizing resources, such as money and goods
Interact -to talk to and work with others
Barter -to trade goods for other goods without the use of money
Goverment -a system of laws and the people who carry the out
American Indians first migrated from Asia between 40,000 - 10,000 years ago (True or False) True
Agriculture changed ways of life for American Indian groups overtime (True or False) True
American Indians traded goods and ideas across all four regions of the country (True or False) True
American Indian groups established systems of order to solve and prevent conflicts (True or False) True
Cultural practices developed among American Indian groups over time (True or False) True
American Indian ceremonies and traditions often honor nature or particular people (True or False) True
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