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Unit 1 Vocab

Geography and Native American Civilizations

Geographic Features Man-made or naturally-created features of the Earth
Adapt/Adaption A change or process of change by which an organism or species becomes better suited to its environment
Bering Strait A land bridge between Siberia and Alaska that was exposed during the most recent Ice Age when the waters of Bering Strait receded
Culture Geographic area that shares similar characteristics or conditions
Migration The movement of people from one place to another
Primary Source Something that was created by the people who were there in history
Secondary Source Often study primary sources and re-telling
Inuit a member of the Eskimo peoples inhabiting northernmost North America from northern Alaska to eastern Canada and Greenland
Eastern Woodlands/Iroquois the Eastern Woodlands was a huge region of different environments. It had snow covered mountains in the north and hot, wet swamps in the south. The Iroquois tribes lived in the Eastern Woodlands region.
Climate the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period
Geography the study of the physical features of the earth
Environment the surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates
Civilization the stage of human social development and organization that is considered most advanced