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Equator A line that separates the Northern and Southern Hemisphere.
Prime Meridian A line that separates the Eastern and Western Hemisphere.
Political Map Shows countries and their borders.
Topographical Map Geographical features in depths and elevations.
Northern and Southern Hempisphere Hemisphere that is divided by the equator.
Eastern and Western Hemisphere Hemisphere that is separated by the Prime Meridian.
Continents Large pieces of land(7)
Oceans Large bodies of water
Peninsula Land masses surrounded by water on three sides
Archipelago A large grouping of islands
Historians Provides facts, analysis and interpretations on various events and developments of the past.
anthropologists study of humans
archeologists People who dig up human remains and artifacts
economists Study of economy and people's struggle with scarcity
Primary Source Are original materials that have not been altered or distorted in any way
Secondary Source Are documents written after an event has occurred, providing secondhand accounts of that event, person, or topic.
Nomads (Hunters, gathers) group of 20-30 people, and their purpose was to find food, the men would hunt and fish and the women would collect berries, fruits, nuts, grains, roots or shellfish
Neolithic Revolution (10,000 BCE) The transition from nomadic life to farming that brought dramatic changes
River Valley's Areas near rivers where people would settle due to the fertile land
Fertile Land Great for farming, there was plenty of water and sunlight
Traditional economy
Created by: Lauren Sileo