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He preached to the Indians with the help of his interpreter and died at the age of 29 David Brainerd
He founded Rhode Island and America's first Baptist church Roger Williams
He invented the written language of the Cherokees Sequoya
The "Apostle to the Indians" ; the first Bible printed in America was his translation of an Indian language John Eliot
He was a Shawnee chief who fought to keep all white men out of Indian territory Tecumseh
He was a Mohawk chief who translated Scripture into his people's language Joseph Brant
He was a Swedish Lutheran missionary who translated some of Martin Luther's writings into Delaware language John Campanius
He translated the preaching of David Brainerd Tattamy
lived in log houses, formed a confederacy known as the League of Five Nations Iroquis
lived in the Everglades, joined Pilgrims for Thanksgiving Wampanoag
Known for their burial mounds Hopewell
tribe that kept a pictorial chronicle of their history Delaware
the most prominent landform in eastern North America extending 1,500 miles from Canada to Alabama Appalachian Mnts.
the largest known underground cave system in the world Mammoth cave
a famous narrow passageway between mountains used by pioneers as they traveled west Cumberland Gap
the second largest ocean Atlantic Ocean
an area that slopes from the eastern edge of the Appalachians to the Atlantic Coastal Plain; most of the land is rolling and hilly Piedmont Plateau
a marshy area of tall grasses and swamps in southern Florida Everglades
The United States national bird bald eagle
1. worlds second largest ocean 2. saltiest ocean 3. important for trade 4. major fishing grounds 5. many varieties of shellfish 5 Facts about that Atlantic Ocean
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