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Grade 4 History Ch 3

Grade 4 History Ch 3 - New Words and New Names

TermDefinition
tepee tent made by stretching animal skins over poles
bullboat boat made by stretching buffalo skins over a round frame
syllabary the Cherokee alphabet
Indians name Columbus gave to the people of the New World because he thought he was in India; often called American Indians or Native Americans
John Eliot missionary who translated the Bible into the language of the Massachusetts Indians
Roger Williams missionary who made friends with the Indians by treating them fairly
David Brainerd young missionary who gave his life to take the gospel to the Indians
John Wesley famous preacher from England who preached to the Indians
Sequoya Cherokee who developed the only known Indian alphabet of his time
Jim Thorpe Native American who, in 1950, was voted the greatest athlete of the 20th century
Created by: mbrennan262