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Native American 1

A review of the Land Bridge theory, Eastern Woodlands, and Pacific Northwest

According to the Land Bridge theory, the first Americans traveled from the continent of _________________ to the continent of ___________________. Asia, North America
An Ice Age caused ocean levels to drop exposing a ____________________. land bridge
People who were the first to live in North America and moved around from place to place were called ___________________. hunter gatherers
The Eastern Woodlands Native Americans lived _________________. From the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River and from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico
The Pacific Northwest Native Americans lived _______________. from northern California to southern Alaska
The physical environment of the Pacific Northwest had ____________________. forests, cedar trees, coasts, and many natural resources
Both the Eastern Woodlands' and the Pacific Northwest's settlements were _____________. permanent
________________ were important to the culture of the Pacific Northwest Native Americans. totem poles
_______________ were important to the culture of the Eastern Woodlands wampum belts
The Eastern Woodlands Native Americans lived in _______________. longhouses
The Pacific Northwest Native Americans lived in ________________. plank houses
The ___________________ Native Americans were farmers. Eastern Woodlands
Both groups of Native Americans were ______________. hunters, fishers, and gatherers
The physical environment of both regions had _______________. trees and rivers
Created by: lheppeard