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potlatch Ceremonial giving practiced by some Native American societies in the Pacific Northwest
Anasazi Early Native American people who lived in the Southwest
pueblos Villages of large apartment-like buildings made of clay and stone by peoples of the American Southwest
Mississippian Related to the Mound Builder culture that flourished in North America between AD 800 and 1500
Iroquois Native American peoples from the eastern Great Lakes region of North America who formed an alliance in the late 1500s
totems Animals or other natural objects that serve as symbols of clans or other groups
Created by: mohamedelhussien