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6th SS Ch 2

6th grade Social Studies Chapter 2 - test review

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Buffalo Skins were used to make Clothing, moccasins, shelter, shields and drums
Buffalo Stomach was used to make Water Jugs
Buffalo Hair was used to make Twisted Cords
Buffalo Horns were used to make Cups and spoons
Buffalo Hooves were used to make Glue
Buffalo Bones were used to make Tools, arrowheads and pipes
Buffalo Chips were used to make Fuel for the camp fires
People of the Central Plains lived in Lodges
A game played today with origins from the Iroquois. The players use sticks with nets used to pass a ball. Lacrosse
Many different groups of Native Americans lived in the Eastern Woodlands and shared this important natural resource Trees
The People of the Eastern Woodlands were Farmers, Hunters and Gatherers
The Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands cultural regions included two main language groups Algonquian and the Iroquoian
The Iroquoian groups included the following: Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and the Seneca
The Iroquois were also called The Five Nations
The Iroquois people lived near The Great Lakes
The Iroquois lived in shelters called Longhouses
The Algonquian groups included Delaware, Wampanoag, and the Powhatan
The Algonquian lived in shelters called Wigwams
The Algonquian people lived on or near The Coastal Plains
The Plains people lived On the Interior Plains between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains
The main source of food for all the Native American groups who lives on the Plains Buffalo
The people of the Central Plains lived in shelters called Lodges
The Cheyenne people lived in The western part of the Interior Plains, called the Great Plains
The Sioux people lived in The eastern part of the Plains, called the Central Plains
The people of the Great Plains people lived in shelters called Tepee's
The Plains people lived in a large region that stretched across the Middle of North America
The Hopi lived in what is today the state of Arizona
The Zuni lived-in what is today the state of New Mexico
The Hopi and Zuni people along to a groups that is know as the Pueblo
The Pueblo people lived in shelters called Pueblo's
The Navajo lived in shelters called Hogans
The Shoshone lives part of the year in the Great Basin
The Nez Perce lived in the Columbia Plateau
The Chumash lived in what is today the state of California
The Northwest Coast, also known as the Pacific Northwest, stretched between the Pacific Ocean and the mountains to the east
Groups of the Northwest Coast Kwakiutl, Makah and the Chinook
The most important resource to the people f the Northwest Coast Whales
Common location for Native American homes in the Northwest Coast Near the Pacific Ocean
The Arctic is a region near the North Pole
Arctic groups include The Aleut, and the Inuit
The Arctic groups live in what is today the state of Alaska
The Arctic people lived in shelters called Igloo's
This region is south of the Arctic The Sub Arctic
A Sub Arctic group Cree
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