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California Indians A-to-Z Mrs. Burke’s Class. Artifact An object that was used by people in past. P.12 An object that was used by people in past. P.12.

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1 California Indians A-to-Z Mrs. Burke’s Class

2 Artifact An object that was used by people in past. P.12 An object that was used by people in past. P.12 Examples of California Indian artifacts are: Examples of California Indian artifacts are: Baskets Baskets Tools Tools Blankets Blankets Clothes Clothes By: Abby Adams

3 Barter To trade without using money. p.110 To trade without using money. p.110 California Indians used beads, rocks, food, and tools to trade for other goods California Indians used beads, rocks, food, and tools to trade for other goods By: Bobby Burns

4 Council A group of people chosen to make laws. p.278 A group of people chosen to make laws. p.278 Each tribe had a council to make the laws for their group. They were usually the elders of the tribe who knew the most. Each tribe had a council to make the laws for their group. They were usually the elders of the tribe who knew the most. Sometimes tribe councils meet with other tribal councils. Sometimes tribe councils meet with other tribal councils. By: Casey Case

5 Desert A place with a hot, dry climate. p.66 A place with a hot, dry climate. p.66 Many California Indian tribes lived in the desert. Many California Indian tribes lived in the desert. They had to adapt to the heat and travel to find water. They had to adapt to the heat and travel to find water. By: Danny Dune

6 Economy  The ways a country or community makes and uses goods and services. p.110  The economy of early California Indians included trading, gift-giving, and sharing. By: Emily Escobar

7 Folklore  The history, beliefs, and customs of a group as told in its stories. p.116  California Indians did not write.  Adults told stories of the tribe to children.  Stories told the tribe’s beliefs about the world and humans. By: Farah Faucet

8 Government/Gabrielino Enter definition and pg. here Enter definition and pg. here Write two sentences explaining how this applied to the California Indians Write two sentences explaining how this applied to the California Indians By: name Insert at least one picture to show your word

9 Hupa

10 Indian Why is this the common name given Why is this the common name given Explain how it’s incorrect Explain how it’s incorrect

11 Jewlery

12 Karuk

13 Language

14 Maidu/miwok/mojave/mission

15 Nature/northern coastal

16 Oral history

17 Pomo/painted rock

18 Quail/quote

19 Ritual/reservation/ranchera

20 Serrano/Shelter/shaman

21 Traditions/tools/tribe/treaty/tribal council

22 Unified

23 Valley/villages

24 Wiyot/War chief

25 Xfox/expert/exchange

26 Yokuts/Yurok/yosemite/youth

27 Zone/ zigzag pattern

28 Works Cited Definitions for all words Harcourt Reflections Definitions for all words Harcourt Reflections Map of CA Indian Tribes Slide 1 Map of CA Indian Tribes Slide 1 Slide 2 pictures: basket tool blanket clothes Slide 2 pictures: basket tool blanket clothes Slide 3 pictures: necklace content/uploads/Ancient%20European%20Trade%20Beads.jpg rocks f.jpg tools ho-chunk/foto/indian-tools.jpg Slide 3 pictures: necklace content/uploads/Ancient%20European%20Trade%20Beads.jpg rocks f.jpg tools ho-chunk/foto/indian-tools.jpghttp://www.beads.com.gh/bead/wp- content/uploads/Ancient%20European%20Trade%20Beads.jpg f.jpghttp://www.american-native-art.com/publication/winnebago-or- ho-chunk/foto/indian-tools.jpghttp://www.beads.com.gh/bead/wp- content/uploads/Ancient%20European%20Trade%20Beads.jpg f.jpghttp://www.american-native-art.com/publication/winnebago-or- ho-chunk/foto/indian-tools.jpg Slide 4 picture: b.jpg Slide 4 picture: b.jpg b.jpg b.jpg

29 Works Cited Cont. Slide 6 picture mages/council.jpg Slide 6 picture mages/council.jpg mages/council.jpg mages/council.jpg


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