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GA's People

Georgia's Native People's & Explorers

artifacts tools, pottery, remains of structures
archaeology study of artifacts
culture refers to beliefs, traditions, and way of life of a group of people
nomads people that move around from place to place
horticulture planting & harvesting of food rather than gathering what grew wild
palisades sharpened poles or logs stuck into the ground standing up, making a wall
slave person who had few rights & spent entire life in service to others
middlemen merchants who bought & sold goods others made for a profit
immunity natural resistance to disease
expedition a journey for a specific purpose
missions settlements where priests could live & work in major Indian towns
plantation large farm
backcountry the land away from the coast
colony geographic area controlled by another country
chert sedimentary rock used by the American Indians to make knives
commoners the work force in the Mississippian culture
Elites the power holders in the Mississippian culture
maize another term for corn
wattle and daub walls built of a network of interwoven sticks and covered with mud and clay
Created by: Bense8