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1 Chapter 3 Review VocabularyEarly People of NJ Native Americans of NJ Daily Life of the Lenape Cause and Effect

2 Vocabulary 10 points It is the history, beliefs, and way of life that a group of people shares. What is heritage?

3 Vocabulary 20 points It is the name of a scientist who studies artifacts to learn about the past. What is an archaeologist?

4 Vocabulary 30 points It is what we call the time before people left written records. What is prehistory?

5 Vocabulary 40 points It is the body of water that separates Alaska from Asia today. What is the Bering Strait?

6 Vocabulary 50 points Archaeologists have used objects from here to piece together what life was like in New Jersey thousands of years ago. What is Abbott Farm?

7 Early People of NJ 10 points It is the strip of land that allowed people to walk from Asia to North America. What is Beringia?

8 Early People of NJ 20 points The time when Earth’s climate was much colder than it is now. What is the Ice Age?

9 Early People of NJ 30 points It is how the first people of New Jersey did for food. What is hunted large animals?

10 Early People of NJ 40 points Besides food, it is how animals were important to early people in New Jersey. What is for clothing and shelter?

11 Early People of NJ 50 points Many scientists believed that the fist people in North America arrived this many years ago. What is 40,000 years ago?

12 Native Americans of NJ 10 points It is the important task that the Lenape carried out in the spring. What is planted crops?

13 Native Americans of NJ 20 points It is where some Lenapes when and what they collected during the summer. What is the Jersey Shore to collect clams and oysters?

14 Native Americans of NJ 30 points These are two foods that Lenape women and children collected to store away for the winter. What are nuts and berries?

15 Native Americans of NJ 40 points They are the many different spirit forces that the Lenape believed controlled the world. What are manetu?

16 Native Americans of NJ 50 points The name of the v-shaped wall the Lenape built in a stream to help them catch fish. What is a weir?

17 Daily Life of the Lenape 10 points It was a small Lenape house that had a round shape. What is a wigwam?

18 Daily Life of the Lenape 20 points This wise person was responsible for settling arguments for the Lenape people. Who is a sakima?

19 Daily Life of the Lenape 30 points It formed a dividing line between the Munsee and Unami people. What is the Raritan River?

20 Daily Life of the Lenape 40 points These were the tree most important crops. What are the Three Sister crops (beans, corn, squash)?

21 Daily Life of the Lenape 50 points The name of the ceremony in which the Lenape gave thanks to the Creator. It lasted 12 days and included music, dancing, and singing. What is the Big House Ceremony?

22 Cause and Effect 10 points It is an event that makes something happen. What is a cause?

23 Cause and Effect 20 points It is what happens because of an event. What is an effect?

24 Cause and Effect 30 points Archaeologists study artifacts to learn how people lived in the past. They often dig through places to find these artifacts. This excavation must be done carefully so that artifacts are not destroyed. As a result, archaeologists often use small picks and paintbrushes to unearth objects. When objects are found, archaeologists try t find out how old they are. Not all artifacts can be measured in the same way, so several different methods of dating must be used. It is the cause of the sentence in yellow. What is a careful excavation so artifacts are not destroyed?

25 Cause and Effect 40 points Archaeologists study artifacts to learn how people lived in the past. They often dig through places to find these artifacts. This excavation must be done carefully so that artifacts are not destroyed. As a result, archaeologists often use small picks and paintbrushes to unearth objects. When objects are found, archaeologists try t find out how old they are. Not all artifacts can be measured in the same way, so several different methods of dating must be used. It is the cause of the words in yellow. What is that not all artifacts can be measured in the same way?

26 Cause and Effect 50 points One accurate way of finding the age of artifacts is by using carbon dating. All living things contain carbon. When something dies, the carbon 14 in it decreases at an exact rate. Because of the exact nature of this decrease, scientists use carbon dating as an accurate way to measure age. It is the effect of the sentence in yellow. What is scientists use carbon dating as an accurate way to measure age?


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