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Native Americans

third grade social Studies

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Which Native American tribe settled in the up country? Cherokee
Which native american Tribe Settled in the Blue ridge and Piedmont region? Cherokee
Which Native American tribe settled in the Piedmont Region? Catawba
Which Native American tribe settled in the low country? Yemassee
Which Native American tribe settled near Georgia's border? Yemassee
Which Native American tribes lived in wigwams? Catawba and Yemassee
Which Native American lived in long rectangular homes called wattle and daub? CHEROKEE
Which Native American tribes was governed by a council? Catawba, cherokee
Which Native American tribe allowed women to be apart of the council and make decisions about who would go to war? CHEROKEE
Which native American tribe was famous for their pottery? Catawba
Which Native American tribes traveled by "dugout" canoes/ CHEROKEE
Which Native American tribe was called the "River People?" Catawba
Which Native American tribe was called "People of the Coast?" Yemassee
Which Native American tribe was Traders? Cherokee
Which land feature did all of the Native American tribes settle by? Rivers
How did the Native Americans use the rivers? to eat, travel and trade
Which Native Americans mainly ate shellfish and clams? Yemassee
How did the Native Americans get their food? hunted, gathered, fish, farmed
Which Native American group was called the "River People?" Catawba
Which group lived in the mountainous and hilly Western region of the Piedmont? Cherokee
Which two groups used dugout canoes to travel? Cherokee and Catawba
Which group was powerful and thought of themselves as the "Real People?" Cherokee
Which group had a white and red leader and allowed women to make decisions in their Council Houses about going to war or not? Cherokee
Which nation (tribe) were traders that traveled from the mountains to the atlantic Ocean? Cherokee
Which powerful nation (tribe) lived off the land of the Piedmont near present day Rockhill? Catawba
What was the name of the Catawba's house? Wigwam
How were the Catawba nation governed? by a council
Which group was more peaceful than any other group and continue to make pottery to keep their heritage alive? Catawba
Which Native American tribe lived on the Coast near the Savannah River? Yemassee
What was the name of the Yemassee's summer homes? Wigwams
What was the name of the Yemassee's winter homes? They lived near rivers in these homes during the winter? Wattle and Daub
What was the Yemassee's main eating dishes? shellfish like oyesters and clams
Which group had wigwams with an opening in the top for smoke? Catawba
Created by: cfw42