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Alex's Chapter 2

Social Studies for Alex

What cultural region did the Iroquois live in? Eastern Woodlands Cultural Region
What cultural region did the Cheyenne live in? Great Plains Cultural Region
What cultural region did the Hopi live? Southwest Desert Cultural Region
What cultural region did the Kwakiutl live in? Northwest Coast Cultural Region
What kind of dwelling did the Iroquois build? Longhouses
What kind of dwelling did the CHeyenne build? lodges and tepees
What kind of dwelling did the Hopi build? apartment villages
What kind of dwelling did the kwakiutl build? wodden houses
Name one natural resource the Iroquois had. trees
Name one natural resource the Hopi had. rivers
Name one natural resoure the Cheyenne had. buffalo
Name one natural resource the Kwakiutl had. forests
Explain what the Iroquois's Great Council was. a group of 50 men, picked by the women, to make laws for the tribes.
Explain why the buffalo was important to the Cheyenne. Buffalo provided for all the Cheyenne's needs for food, shelter, and clothing.
Explain why irrigation was important to the Hopi. The desertwas hot and arid, so irrigation helped them water their crops.
Explain why a shaman was important to the Kwakiutl. They could cure them if they were sick. This man or woman was like a doctor to them.
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