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N. Americans/Vikings

#2 Native Americans/Vikings

Southwest Native Americans built __________for shelter? pueblos or hogans
Southwest Native Americans built pueblos and hogans by using? adobe
Plains Native Americans built ___________ for shelter. teepees
Plains Native Americans built teepees using? animal skins and poles
Woodlands Native Americans built ____________ for shelter. longhouses or wigwams
Woodlands Native Americans built longhouses or wigwams using? wood, bark, and grass
Northwest Coast Native Americans built _________________ using cedar trees. cedar plank houses
Vikings originally sailed from ____________. Norway
Erik the Red named the land he discovered Greenland.
Greenland was named to attract settlers it was actually covered by glaciers.
Leif Erikson the First European to step foot on American soil.
Newfoundland the Viking fishing village Leif named Vinland.
Sagas are Viking adventure stories.
Native Americans developed their culture based on the available ____________________ and geographic features of the area in which they lived. natural resources
Native Americans developed their culture based on the available natural resources and _________________________ of the area in which they lived. geographic features
______________waterway that separates Asia and North America. Bering Strait
____________land bridge” during the Ice Age when the water level dropped the floor of the Bering Strait became dry land, which connected Asia to North America. Beringia
Paleo Indians(First Americans)-______________ who followed herds of animals across Beringia into North America. Asian hunters
__________people moving from place to place in search of food, water, or grazing land. Nomad-
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