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SS 7 Unit 1

vocab

QuestionAnswer
land bridge theory theory how Native Americans came from Asia to North America
indigenous first people to settle a region
migration moving from one area to another to find food, clothing, or shelter
hide animal skin/fur used to make clothing or shelter
adapt change made in order to survive
three sisters a method of growing corn, beans, squash to increase yield
adobe sun-baked bricks made from clay, water and hay
domesticate turn something wild into something tame
irrigation moving water to grow crops or provide for cattle
Cohokia a Native American city with a population of 25,000
abolitionist Someone who does not believe in slavery and fights for it to end Ex: Frederick Douglas
Middle Passage The voyage between Africa and to the 13 colonies. 2 million African Americans dies on this voyage
Creole A mixed race person of French/Native American/African
Mestizo A mixed race person of Spanish/ Native American/African
Iroquois Confederacy Was a group of five tribes, Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, and Mohawk. U.S Constitution is based on theirs.
enduring issue A challenge or problem that a society has faced and debated or discussed across time.
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