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SS Chapter 1

Social Culture
Political Any thing dealing with government
Economic Anything dealing with money needs and wants
Primary source Original
Secondary Source Copy, Remodle, different version
A primary Source of information George Washington would be A journal entry
Of the following the primary source of history is A arrowhead used by the Native American Tribe
A secondary source is An atlas showing the location of different states
A example of a social article in the newspaper would be Schools open all across Long Island
An example of a Political article in the newspaper would be News about the war in Iraq
An Example of a Economical article found in the news paper would be A new restaurant opens up in Kings Park offering cheap priced dinners
The following headline "The 2016 President Election Is Tomorrow" would be considered Political
The following headline "Farmers Plant a New Crop" would be considered Economic
The following headline "a Gathering to Take Place at the Local Church"would be considered Social
What were the natives walking on to come to North America Landbridge
Who Studies Artifacts Archeologist
Whats A dig site An area where many artifacts are found
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