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Native Americans 8-1

Native Americans

TermDefinition
Eastern Woodlands Lived on the eastern coast. The first Native Americans to encounter European settlers
Flora Plant life
Fauna Animal life
Slash and Burn Method of creating suitable farmland
Three Sisters Crops of Native Americans - corn, beans and squash
Cherokee Native Americans that lived primarily in the Blue Ridge region
Catawba Native Americans that lived primarily in the Piedmont region
Yemassee Native Americans that lived primarily in the Coastal region
Palisade A wall of sharpened logs, around a village, used for protection
Wattle and Daub Mixture of grass, clay and small branches to create walls of their houses
Wigwams Circular homes made of saplings covered with bark and grasses
Blue Ridge Mountainous land form region
Coastal Zone Location of the Yemassee tribe. Pron to bad storms and many tourists.
Piedmont Location of the Catawba tribe. Below the Blue Ridge land form region.
Outer Coastal Plain Flat and swampy land form region of SC
Inner Coastal Plain Land form region with the most fertile soil and rolling hills.
Sandhills Location of the state capital and old coastal sand dunes.
Created by: eowen8