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SS test unit 1

TermDefinition
ARCHAEOLOGISTS PEOPLE WHO STUDY TOOLS, BONES, AND REMAINS OF ANCIENT PEOPLE
GLACIERS DURING THE ICE AGE WATER FROZE INTO THICK SHEETS OF SLOW MOVING ICE, THEY ARE CALLED GLACIERS.
CIVILIZATION POPULATION THAT SHARED SYSTEMS OF TRADE, ART, RELIGION AND SCIENCE.
ADOBE THE HOHOKAM BUILT HOMES MADE OF MUD AND STRAW, WHICH WERE PARTLY UNDERGROUND IN PITS. THESE HELPED THE HOMES KEEP HOMES COOL IN THE DAY AND WARM IN THE NIGHT
IRRIGATION HOHOKAM USED IRRIGATION TO GUIDE WATER FROM RIVERS TO THEIR FIELDS
TIME LINE A TIME LINE LISTS EVENTS IN HISTORY.
B,C B.C STANDS FOR BEFORE CHRIST
A.D A.D STANDS FOR AFTER THE BIRTH OF CHRIST
B.C.E B.C.E STANDS FOR BEFORE THE COMMON ERA
TIME LINE TIME LINE CAN BE DIVIDED INTO TIME PERIODS
CENTURY A CENTURY IS 100 YEARS
TIME LINE BELOW A TIME LINE BELOW IS A PARALLEL TIME LINE
CIRCA CIRCA MEANS AROUND OR ABOUT
TOTEM POLE PACIFIC NORTH WEST GROUPS USED WOOD TO MAKE TOTEM POLES, WHICH ARE CARVED LOGS THAT ARE PAINTED WITH SYMBOLS OF ANIMALS OR PEOPLE
POTLACH WHEN A TOTEM POLE ARE RAISED, THE FAMILES HOLD POTLACH, WHICH ARE SPECIAL FEASTS, AT WHICH GUESTS, NOT HOSTS RECEIVE GIFTS
TILINGIT THE TILINGIT SETTLED IN THE PACIFIC NORTH WEST AND THEY GOT MOST OF THEIR FOOD AND GOODS FROM THE SEA.
MIGRATE TO MOVE FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER
HOGAN THE NAVAJO LIVED IN HOGAN, WHICH ARE DOMED SHAPED HOMES WHICH ARE MADE OF LOG OR STICK FRAMES THAT ARE COVERED WITH MUD OR SOD.
TEEPEE NATIVE AMERICANS BUILT HOMES USING BISON SKIN, CALLED TEEPEE. TEEPEE ARE CONE SHAPED HOMES MADE WITH LONG POLES COVERED WITH ANIMAL SKINS
LODGE LODGES AREW HOMES MADE WITH LOGS COVERED WITH GRASSES, STICKS, AND SOILS A FIRE IN A CENTRAL FIREPLACE PROVIDED HEAT AND LIGHT
TRAVIOS A TRAVIOS IS A SLED LIKE DEVICE THAT IS DRAGGED BY PEOPLE OR ANIMALS. AT FIRST THE DOGS WERE TRAINED TO PULL THE TRAVOIS. LATER THE HORSES DID THE JOB
COUP STICK THE NATIVE AMERICAN BOYS USED THE COUP STICK AS A SIGN OF COURAGE WHEN THE PARTICIPATED IN PRACTICE BATTLES. THEY USED HE STICKS TO TOUCH THE ENEMIES TO SHOW COURAGE.
SLASH AND BURN BECAUSE THE FOREST WERE SO THICK, MANY GROUPSIN THE EASTERN WOODLANDS PRACTICED A TYPE OF FARMING CALLED SLASH AND BURN. IT S CUTTING DOWN OR SLASHING DOWN TREES AND BURNING THE UNDERGROWTH TO CLEAR ROOM FOR CROPS
LONGHOUSE LONGHOUSES WERE FOUND IN IROQUOIS VILLAGES AND THEY WERE MADE OF BENT POLES COVERED WITH SHEETS OF BARK. THEY WERE THOUGHT TO BE 334 FEET ALMOST THE LENGHT OF A FOOT BALL FIELD!
WAMPUM WAMPUM IS IROQUOIS ART, WHICH IS POLISHED BEADS MADE FROM SHELLS THAT ARE WOVEN TOGETHER. IT WAS USED IN CEROMONIES OR AS GIFTS
CREEK CONFEDERACY THE CREEK FORMED THE CREEK CONFEDERACY TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM THE ENEMIES AND THE GROUPS SPOKE MUSKOGEAN LANGUAGES. THEY ALSO SHARED CUSTOMS, SUCH AS THE GREEN CORN FESTIVAL
CLANS A CLAN IS A GROUP OF FAMILIES THAT SHARE THE SAME ANCESTOR
IROQUIS CONFEDERACY IN 1570 IROQUOIS GROUPS JOINED TOGETHER TO FORM IROQUIS CONFEDERACY, ALSO KNOW AS THE LEAGUE. ITS GOAL WAS TO MAINTAIN PEACE AMONG THE FIVE IROQUOIS GROUPS OR NATIONS.
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