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PA History Chapt 3

Chapter 3 Review

QuestionAnswer
clan mothers Susquehannock's needed their permission to make decisions
Asia First Native Americans came from Asia
Lenape lived in small farming villages near Delaware Bay
farming helped the Native Americans stay in one place because they didn't have to search for food
Woodland Indians first farmers to settle in our state, they burned down trees and the ashes made good soil for growing food
archaeology study of the way people lived in the past
archaeologists people who study the past
nation Native Americans who share the same culture
descendants people who come after an ancestor
culture the way of life shared by a group of people
artifacts objects made by people in the past
council group of people who talk and make decisions
wigwam small hut covered with bark, animal skins, or grass
glacier huge sheet of ice
Beringia land bridge that connected Asia with North America
Bering Strait body of water that separated North America from Asia
hunter-gatherer person who travels in search of food, they ate animals, plants, fruits, and nuts
longhouse long building made of poles and sheets of bark
prehistory period of time before history was written down
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