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SS Ch 3 Study Guide

Q & A from Mrs. Woods Study Guide (5th grade TCI textbook)

What do you call an object that is made and used by people? Artifact
Which animal was so important to the Western Sioux that they considered it sacred? Buffalo
What were wigwams in the eastern Woodlands made from? Trees, bark and mats made from plants
Why did Seminoles of Southern Florida wear deer-hide leggings? To protect their mosquitoes and saw grass
What make a group nomadic? Moving from place to place as seasons change to follow food.
Which feature of California-Intermountain environment best explains the Pomos' use of clamshells for jewelry? Coastal sea shore
What is a pueblo? Apartment homes built of stone and adobe against cliff walls sometimes 4-5 stories high.
Which natural resource of the Northwest Coast did the Makahs use to make canoes and totem poles? Trees
What did the five tribes in the League of the Iroquois agree to do? To end wars between the tribes
Where did the American Indians of the Plateau region get their water from? Columbia and Fraser Rivers fed by rainfall in the mountains.
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