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Native Americans

TermDefinition
Wigwam Ojbwa bowl shaped home made of a frame of poles and mats
Eagle is seen as a warrior or brother, only native Americans can have eagle feathers
Legends a story told to entertain, educate or explain
LaCrosse a city in WI named after the native American game
Pow-Wow a gathering of native American people including ceremonial dress and dancing
Berries a food native Americans collected
wild rice a wild rice cereal that is harvested by the Menominee
Prehistoric Indianans Paleo & Archaic - here before written records
Indian Removal Act Indians were forced onto plots of land, reservations
trail of tears when the Indians were forced onto plot of land, reservations, the Indian removal act
Jean Nicolet first white man to meet the Indians in WI
Jean Nicolet French Explorer
Menominee Wild rice people they lived around green bay
Effigy Mounds mounds built by people often in the shapes of animals, buried the dead
Wisconsin Native American word meaning "gathering of water"
3 sisters Corn, Squash beans - Crops native Americans planted
Native Americans from WI MOW - Menominee, Ojibwa or Chippewa, Winnebago or Ho-Chunk
Archaeologists scientists who dig for ancient artifacts
Mounds were used for buried the dead, religious ceremonies walls of protection from other people and animals
Tools Made by Indians used to help get food - scraper, atatl, spears, fishing hooks, clubs, traps, nets
House Wigwam - lived in most of the year
birch bark uses baskets, canoe, mats
Paleo and Archaic food seeds, berries and roots from wild plants
Native American games Lacrosse, moccasin game, hand game, double ball, awl game, snow snake, web weaving, sling stick, little sticks, top spinning, marbles
wooly mammoth an animal the Paleo people hunted for a food source
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