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8SS Daily Schedule

Weeks of October 10 - October 21

QuestionAnswer
Who introduced sugar cane, grains and soybeans? Europeans
Who introduced maize, potato & healing plants? Native Americans
Where did Christopher Columbus land in 1492? the Caribbean
Where did Columbus think he landed? India
What four (4) European groups explored the Americas? England, France, Spain & Portugal
What famous explorer were the Americas named? Amerigo Vespucci
Who was Amerigo Vespucci? he was the 1st explorer to suspect the Europeans found another continent
What is indigenous? native to the land
What indigenous people lived in the Mountain Region? Cherokee
What indigenous people lived in the Piedmont Region? Catawba & Siouan
What indigenous people lived in the Coastal Region? Algonquian & Tuscarora
What does it mean that the Native Americans "lived with the seasons?" they only did the work needed for that season
Why did towns send tributes to a Native American chief? for help and protection from the chief
What kind of tribute might the chief receive? corn or deer skins
Created by: ndmsteach