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TX History Ch. 4

The Early People of Texas

TermDefinition
CADDO ARE ONE OF THE MANY NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURES THAT THRIVED IN THE AREA OF TEXAS BEFORE THE ARRIVAL OF EUROPEANS.
NOMAD PERSON WHO MOVES FROM PLACE TO PLACE.
BERING STRAIT A BODY OF WATER THAT COVERED THE LAND BRIDGE, AND COULD NO LONGER BE USED TO CROSS FROM ASIA TO THE AMERICAS.
ARCHAEOLOGIST SCIENTIST WHO STUDIED THE PHYSICAL REMAINS OF THE PAST.
ARTIFACTS ANY OBJECT MADE OR USED BY HUMANS SUCH AS TOOLS, POTTERY, BONES, AND SHELLS.
NATURAL TEXAS AND IT'S PEOPLE AN ERA WHERE THE NATIVE AMERICANS WHO LIVED IN TEXAS FROM PREHISTORIC TIME UNTIL THE ARRIVAL OF EUROPEANS IN 1528.
HUNTER- GATHERER A PERSON WHO LIVES BY HUNTING AND GATHERING FOOD, RATHER THAN GROWING IT.
ATLATL (AHT-LAH-TUHL) A STICK THAT IS USED BY THE TEXANS TO HUNT, THEY THROW THEIR SPEARS FARTHER AND GIVE THEM MORE FORCE.
AVAILABLE NEARBY AND READY TO USE
TECHNOLOGY THE APPLICATION OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES TO PRACTICAL USE.
AROUND A.D. 600 TO 700 NATIVE AMERICANS IN TEXAS BEGAN USING NEW KIND OF TECHNOLOGY.
SHAMAN PERSON BELIEVED TO HAVE THE POWER TO SUMMON SPIRITS AND HEAL THE SICK.
SITE A PLACE OR LOCATION
BANDS SMALL UNITS WHERE MOST NATIVE AMERICANS LIVE WITH. NORMALLY ALL ______ MEMBERS SHARED THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR DECISION MAKING.
CONFEDERACY A UNION OF DIFFERENT GROUPS.
MATRILINEAL REFERRING TO A GROUP THAT TRACES KINSHIP THROUGH THE MOTHER'S LINE.
STATUS SOCIAL RANK OR POSITION.
POTTERY THE CADDOS IS WELL KNOWN FOR THEIR BEAUTY OF THIS.
1859 YEAR WHERE CADDO RELOCATED TO RESERVATIONS IN PRESENT-DAY OKLAHOMA, WHERE THEIR DESCENDANTS LIVE TODAY.
KARANKAWA IS A NAMED USED TO REFER TO A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT NATIVE AMERICAN GROUPS WHO LIVED ALONG THE GULF COAST AND SHARED COMMON LANGUAGE. - THEY ARE NOMADIC PEOPLE
NOMADIC OR NOMADS LIVING THE LIFE OF NOMADS, WANDERING.
SMOKE SIGNAL KARANKAWA USED THIS TO SEND MESSAGES TO ONE ANOTHER OVER A DISTANCE.
1528 THE YEAR KARANKAWA MET THE EUREPEANS.
ADOBE A MIX OF SUN-DRIED EARTH AND STRAW USED TO BUILD HOUSES.
JORNADA (HOHR-NAH-DAH) AND TIGUA (TEE-WAH) PUEBLOAN CULTURE IN TEXAS INCLUDED TWO MAIN NATIVE AMERICAN GROUPS, THEY WERE THE ______________ AND _________________. THEY ARRIVE IN TEXAS AREA IN 1680.
PATRILINEAL REFERRING TO A GROUP OF TRACES KINSHIP THROUGH THE FATHER'S LINE.
TEPEE A PORTABLE HOME MADE OF TANNED BISON HIDES FASTENED TO A FRAMEWORK OF POLES.
MIDDLEMAN A DEALER OR AGENT ACTING AS A GO-BETWEEN FOR THE PRODUCERS OR GOODS AND RETAILERS OR CONSUMERS.
DISTINCT NOTABLE; UNIQUE
POPE FROM TAOS PUEBLO, 1680 LED THE PUEBLO REVOLT IN _________.
JUAN DE ONATE, 1598 IN ______________ , ____________A SPANISH EXPLORER LED HUNDREDS OF SETTLERS TO MODERN DAY NEW MEXICO.
MIGRATED TO MOVE FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER.
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