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Native Americans

Native Americans in South Carolina

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agriculture farming
native born in a place or coming naturally from a place
tribe large family groups
culture the way of life of a particular group of people
tradition ways of doing things that are passed down over time
wattle and daub a building material in which sticks or branches are woven together and covered with clay or mud
council made the rules for the village
Who were the first people in North America? Paleo Indians
What tool helped the Archaic Indians throw a spear with greater force and speed? Atlatl
Why do we call the first people Native Americans? They are native to this place.
What caused Native Americans to start to stay in one place? They began to grow crops.
What did the Cherokee use to build their homes? wattle and daub
What region did the Cherokee live in? The Blue Ridge
What region did the Catawba live in? The Piedmont
What did women do in the Cherokee tribe? They were a part of the council.
When did the "white chief" rule in the Cherokee tribe? He ruled in times of peace.
When did the "red chief" rule in the Cherokee tribe? He ruled in times of war.
Where were the Cherokee forced to move? They were forced to move to Oklahoma and North Carolina
What was one of King Hagler's accomplishments? He made peace with the Iroquois.
What region did the Yamassee or Yemassee live in? The Coastal Zone
What is a story that explains how something came to be or teaches a lesson? legend
Where did the Yamassee tribe end up moving? They moved to Florida with the Seminole tribe.
What are some of the other tribes in South Carolina? The Pee Dee, Edisto, Waccamaw, and Santee
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