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NC History-Table 2A

Describe the US geographical region that includes the Great Plains. The Rocky Mountains
What was the most important plant in the plains? Grass
What was the most important animal inhabiting the plains. Buffalo
What natural resource did the plains Indians depend on for their way of life? Buffalo
What was the name of a tribe of Native Americans who lived on the plains. The Pawnee Tribe
What is a NOMAD? A person who wanders from place to place.
What type of plant dominated the eastern woodlands? Trees
Describe the area of North America included in the eastern woodlands. The lands east of the Mississippi.
How did the Native Americans of the eastern woodlands produce food? The planted seeds in the ashes of burnt trees till the soil wore out.
Describe slash-and-burn agriculture. They use axes to bark trees and leave them to dry and die, then burnt them to plant new crops.
What was the Iroquois League and what was its purpose. A council to stop warfare in member groups.
Created by: cde0122