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5th-Social Studies

Early Americans

adapt to fit one,s way of living to the land and its resources to fits one's way fo living to the land and its resouces
staple the main food of a group of people
surplus an amount more than what is needed
ceremony a series of actions performed during a special event such as a religious service
hogan a cone shaped navajo home built by covering a log frame with bark and mud
dugout a boat made from a large hollowed out log
barter to trade goods without money
potlatches Chinook celebration of feasting and dancing
clan a group of families that are related to one another
pit house a house built so that part of it is over a hole in the ground and some of its rooms are partially underground
harpoon long wooden spears with sharp shell points
totem pole a tall wooden post carved with shapes of people
Created by: brtouchet