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Chapter 2 Review

Early People: Migration and Adaptation

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To trade one thing for another without the exchange of money. Barter
Something made or used by people from the past. Artifact
To train or adapt plants or animals to be of use to humans. Domesticate
The act of moving from one land or country to settle in another place. Migration
Changes in behavior in response to new or modified surroundings. Adaptation
Stories told by word of mouth and passed down from generation to generation. Oral tradition
To imply; to indicate or suggest without being directly stated. Infer
Having no fixed home, moving from place to place in search of food, water, or other resources. Nomadic
What new technologies improved the lives of early people in Kansas? Bow and arrow, pottery vessels, farming and agriculture (cultivated crops)
What evidence suggests that some early people in Kansas lived in permanent homes? Post hole patterns in the ground with clay residue, and evidence of cultivated gardens.
These shelters used by native tribes were quick to set up and take down. Tipi (Teepee)
How did horses help the natives tribes of Kansas? Horses could carry bigger and heavier loads compared to dogs. They were also helpful when hunting buffalo.
How did native people use the buffalo to meet their needs? Hides for teepees, meat for food, bones for weapons and tools, hair for pillows, fur/hide for rugs/flooring, tendons (sinew) for rope and string, horns as scraping tools, stomach as a cooking pot, hooves for wind chimes, glue
Some tribes in Kansas were sedentary. What does this mean? They stayed in one place and built permanent homes. These tribes cultivated gardens and hunted small animals that lived near their village. They also hunted the buffalo as they migrated through the area.
Some tribes in Kansas were nomadic. What does this mean? They moved from place to place following herds of buffalo to meet their needs.
According to this theory, the first people in North America walked across a land bridge that once connected Asia and North America. The Traditional Science Theory
According to the New Science Theory, Pacific Islanders came to North America by _________________ and settled along the coast of North and South America. Boat
What sedentary tribes once lived in Kansas? Wichita, Pawnee, Osage, Kansa
What nomadic tribes once lived in Kansas? Kiowa, Arapaho, Cheyenne, Kiowa-Apache, and Comanche
How were nomadic and sedentary tribes alike? They hunted the buffalo, lived in teepees (either as a primary dwelling or temporary shelter on long hunting trips), traded with other tribes, used natural resources to meet their needs
How were nomadic and sedentary tribes different? Nomadic tribes had no permanent homes, but migrated following herds of buffalo. They use portable teepees as shelter. They were hunters and gatherers. Sedentary tribes built permanent, wood-framed homes and cultivated gardens.
These were pulled by dogs and/or horses to help tribes move their belongings as they moved. Travois
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