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History

TermDefinition
Ice Age A period of time with extreme cold temperatures allowing much of Earth’s water to be frozen into ice chunks (glaciers).
Glacier A slow moving mass of ice that can carry rocks from previous time periods.
Relic an object of historical interest that survived from a previous time, like bones or teeth.
Geologist scientist that study the history of an area by studying rocks and land features
Artifact an object made by a human being that is of historical or cultural interest. For instance: tools or weapons
Prehistoric a period of time before written records
History the recording and explanation of past events
Archeologist A scientist who studies history by analyzing remains and objects of the past
Primary Source original documents made at the time in history being studied. This can be a diary, an object, or a drawing
Secondary Source a document created after the time being studied. This can be a research article, a book, or a drawing.
Created by: MissClark22