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1 Native American Vocabulary and Location Quiz

2 Make sure you can locate the area of each of the 6 groups we have studied. KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole Nez PercePawnee

3 KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole Nez PercePawnee

4 KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole Nez PercePawnee

5 Kwakiutl Pacific Northwest at the Pacific Ocean

6 KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole Nez PercePawnee

7 Hopi: people of the Southwest; Lived in an extreme desert climate

8 KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole Nez PercePawnee

9 Inuit: lived in many areas of the extreme north in a harsh frozen climate

10 KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole Nez PercePawnee

11 Nez Perce: live on the plateau; this is to the northwest, but not at the Pacific Ocean. Always on the move….They were nomads or nomadic, meaning they had no permanent home.

12 KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole Nez PercePawnee

13 Pawnee: traveled the great plains in the center of the land; lived in permanent homes when not time to hunt.

14 KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole Nez PercePawnee

15 Seminole: located in Florida, after migrating/moving from Georgia and Alabama

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17 Understand the importance of climate and natural resources for food and shelter. Understand that groups could not have survived without understanding how to use both climate and natural resources.

18 Climate: the patterns of year-long weather that are established over many years.

19 Sample climate quiz question: Which Native American group lived in a climate that was frozen for more than half of the year? KwakiutlHopi InuitSeminole

20 Climate: the patterns of year-long weather that are established over many years. Sample test question: Which of these sentences gives the best information about a climate? A.The weather in Georgia today will be warm and rainy. B.There is not enough rainfall for the season, but Georgia is still good area for crops. C.The high temperature for today will be 90 degrees.

21 Native American Homes

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23 An igloo of the Inuit

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25 Longhouse of the Kwakiutl, made from forest cedar trees

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27 A teepee that could belong to the Nez Perce or the Pawnee. Nez Perce: traveled all year; no permanent home Pawnee: made permanent homes, but used teepees while tracking buffalo/bison

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29 An lodge or earth home that could have belonged to the Pawnee. The Pawnee dug homes into the earth as permanent homes when they were not hunting.

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31 A Hopi pueblo made of adobe. The Hopi baked mud, clay, and straw into brick for building materials. The levels are connected by ladders.

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33 A Seminole chickee. A raised platform protects them from the dangerous animals of the Florida wetland/swamp area. The open walls help them to keep cool in a warm climate.

34 Culture and culture words. Culture describes the proof of a groups ways of living. The things we leave behind are evidence our culture.

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36 Kachina dolls of the Hopi; these represented spirits and were an expression of art and religion/ spiritual belief.

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38 Totem poles of the Kwakiutl: these totem poles identified the family clan, and were symbols of connection to ancestors (relatives).

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40 This is the pottery and weaving of the Hopi in the Southwest. It shows their desire for art, and shows that their way of life gave them time to use color and design.

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42 This is an Inuit sled. It shows that the Inuit thought of ways to move things more easily across the frozen land.

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44 This is a Kwakiutl fist trap or weir. The Kwakiutl built these and low walls to make fishing easier for themselves. This gave them more time for other activities.

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