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2 Visual Other Who did it first? DietWeapons/T ools

3 Visual 100 Check Your Answer Weapon used here?

4 Visual 100 Answer: Atlalt Back to the Game Board

5 Visual 200 Check Your Answer Identify this picture.

6 Visual 200 Answer: Middens Back to the Game Board

7 Visual 300 Check Your Answer Which prehistoric Indian tradition produced this pottery?

8 Visual 300 Answer: Woodland Back to the Game Board

9 Visual 400 Check Your Answer During which period was this effigy mound constructed?

10 Visual 400 Answer: Woodland Back to the Game Board

11 Visual 500 Check Your Answer Which Native American group lived in villages such as this?

12 Visual 500 Answer: Mississippians Back to the Game Board

13 Weapons/Tools 100 Question: Of what material were MOST Paleo tools made of ? Check Your Answer

14 Weapons/Tools 100 Answer: Stone Back to the Game Board

15 Weapons/Tools 200 Question: Projectile point associated with the Paleo Indians? Check Your Answer

16 Weapons/Tools 200 Answer: Clovis point Back to the Game Board

17 Weapons/Tools 300 Question: Which people were the FIRST to use the atlatl? Check Your Answer

18 Weapons/Tools 300 Answer: Paleo Back to the Game Board

19 Weapons/Tools 400 Question: The bow and arrow first appeared during this period? Check Your Answer

20 Weapons/Tools 400 Answer: Woodland Back to the Game Board

21 Weapons/Tools 500 Question: A defensive wall built around a Mississippian village? Check Your Answer

22 Weapons/Tools 500 Answer: Palisade Back to the Game Board

23 Diet 100 Question: Paleo people would be described as? Check Your Answer

24 Diet 100 Answer: Nomadic, Prehistoric, Very Old Back to the Game Board

25 Diet 200 Question: Large wooly animal hunted by Paleo Indians? Check Your Answer

26 Diet 200 Answer: Mammoth Back to the Game Board

27 Diet 300 Question: Indian tradition known for their advanced farming techniques? Check Your Answer

28 Diet 300 Answer: Mississippian Back to the Game Board

29 Diet 400 Question: During which prehistoric period did large game become extinct? Check Your Answer

30 Diet 400 Answer: Archaic Back to the Game Board

31 Diet 500 Question: Mississippian Indians relied heavily on this agricultural crop? Check Your Answer

32 Diet 500 Answer: Corn Back to the Game Board

33 Firsts 100 Question: Pottery first appeared during this period? Check Your Answer

34 Firsts 100 Answer: Archaic Back to the Game Board

35 Firsts 200 Question: Designs on pottery first appeared during this period? Check Your Answer

36 Firsts 200 Answer: Woodland Back to the Game Board

37 Firsts 300 Question: Effigy mounds first appeared during this period? Check Your Answer

38 Firsts 300 Answer: Woodland Back to the Game Board

39 Firsts 400 Question: Who were the first people to use burial mounds? Check Your Answer

40 Firsts 400 Answer: Woodland Back to the Game Board

41 Firsts 500 Question: Most advanced of the Indian traditions? Check Your Answer

42 Firsts 500 Answer: Mississippian Back to the Game Board

43 Other 100 Question: Oldest known Native American culture? Check Your Answer

44 Other 100 Answer: Paleo Back to the Game Board

45 Other 200 Question: During which prehistoric period did horticulture begin? Check Your Answer

46 Other 200 Answer: Archaic Back to the Game Board

47 Other 300 Question: The prehistoric Indians cultivation of plants resulted in? Check Your Answer

48 Other 300 Answer: The establishment of permanent settlements Back to the Game Board

49 Other 400 Question: Why have so few Paleo artifacts been found in any one place? Check Your Answer

50 Other 400 Answer: People moved frequently and did not leave many artifacts behind. Back to the Game Board

51 Other 500 Question: First Indian tradition to live in tribes? Check Your Answer

52 Other 500 Answer: Woodland Back to the Game Board

53 Grab Bag 600 Question: Why did the Archaic people move frequently? Check Your Answer

54 Grab Bag 600 Answer: to find enough food

55 Grab Bag 700 Question: Why do archaeologists believe that prehistoric Indians believed in some form of life after death? Check Your Answer

56 Grab Bag 700 Answer: Burial mounds contained items such as tools, tobacco pipes, and weapons.

57 Grab Bag 800 Question: Which early people grew tobacco to use in ceremonies? Check Your Answer

58 Grab Bag 800 Answer: Mississippians

59 Grab Bag 900 Question: Which prehistoric people were the FIRST to paint and tattoo their bodies? Check Your Answer

60 Grab Bag 900 Answer: Mississippians

61 Grab Bag 1000 Question: Give 3 characteristics of the Paleo culture. Check Your Answer

62 Grab Bag st – Lived During the Ice Age 10,000 – 8,000 BC Giant Bison, Mammoths, Sloths Camped out in open Sometimes dug pits to stay warm Didn’t stay in one place for very long -- Nomadic Didn’t live long Clovis Point – jabbing and killing animals Developed the atlatl and hunted primarily w/long wooden spears Short Life Span (30 – 40 Years Old)

63 Grab Bag 1000 Question: Give 3 characteristics of the Archaic culture. Check Your Answer

64 Grab Bag 1000 Warmer climateLarge animals died Small game (rabbits, deer, Atlatl squirrelLess Nomadic Clay PotteryLife after Death Collected nuts, roots, fruits, Middens (ate oysters seeds, and berries. & shellfish) Developed tools to crush seed, berries, and nuts. Grooved axes to cut down trees and bushes Used pottery to save and plant seeds for plants and seeds for growing seasons (horticulture) Caught turtles, fish, shellfish, birds, and smaller mammals. Made hooks and nets for fishing. Evidence indicates that they moved each season in search of food

65 Grab Bag 1000 Question: Give 3 characteristics of the Woodland culture. Check Your Answer

66 Other 1000 Earthen mounds – Kolomoki Effigies -- Rock Eagle Bow and Arrow Saved Seeds Tribes Did Not Move Around as Much Trade Built cone-shaped burial mounds

67 Grab Bag 1000 Question: Give 3 characteristics of the Mississippian culture. Check Your Answer

68 Grab Bag 1000 Mississippi River Corn and Beans Harvested Crops Community Storehouses Constant Supply of Food Permanent Settlements with Palisades and Moats Chiefdoms Painted and Tattooed Bodies Also Known as the Temple Mound Period Large villages with impressive buildings

69 Grab Bag 100 Question: What was a midden? Check Your Answer

70 Other 100 Garbage piles of shells

71 Grab Bag 500 Question: Why do archaeologists claim that learning to make and use pottery was one of greatest contributions of the Archaic Indians ? Check Your Answer

72 Grab Bag 500 Pottery could be used to store food.

73 Grab Bag 200 Question: What is a barter economy? Check Your Answer

74 Grab Bag 200 trading items or services without the use of money

75 Grab Bag 300 Question: Why do archaeologists think that prehistoric Indians believed in some form of life after death? Check Your Answer

76 Grab Bag 300 burial mounds for dead contained tools, tobacco pipes, and weapons

77 Grab Bag 400 Question: What identifies the Mississippian civilization as being more advanced than the others? Check Your Answer

78 Grab Bag 400 sophisticated farming methods, tools, dress and fashion styles, villages.

79 Grab Bag 100 Question: What are artifacts? Check Your Answer

80 Grab Bag 100 items left behind by ancient people such as pottery shards, weapons, tools and jewelry

81 Grab Bag 600 Question: Why are there so few Paleo sites in Georgia? Check Your Answer

82 Grab Bag 600 Paleos were nomadic and did not leave many artifacts in one place.

83 Grab Bag 800 Question: What are probable reasons why the Mississippian civilization disappeared so early? Check Your Answer

84 Grab Bag 800 tribal warfare, moved away in search of food, disease or starvation.

85 Grab Bag 400 Question: What factor helped prehistoric Indians establish permanent settlements? Check Your Answer

86 Grab Bag 400 cultivating plants as food (horticulture)

87 Grab Bag 200 Question: How long did the Woodland Indians live? Check Your Answer

88 Other 200 2,000 years

89 Final Jeopardy

90 Give the time period that people built small, dome shaped huts with grass tops as shelters.

91 1,000 BC – 1,000 AD

92 VOCABULARY

93 The beliefs, traditions, music, art, and social institutions of a group of people who share common experiences A) culture B) religion C) antiquities D) Archaic

94 culture

95 A wide ditch around a village palisade used to provide protection against attack A) moat B) effigy C) midden D) Beringia

96 moat

97 An economy based on the ability to trade or exchange goods or services without the use of money A) market economy B) traditional economy C) barter economy D) global economy

98 barter economy

99 A social and political institution that developed during the Mississippian Indian period which would consist of one to many villages A) chiefdom B) effigy C) bartering D) mayor

100 chiefdom

101 Bits of broken pottery left by earlier societies A) sherds B) mastidons C) Archaics D) palisades

102 sherds

103 People who dig into the earth to find artifacts that will tell us something about early inhabitants A) archaeologists B) psychologists C) anthropologists D) geologists

104 archaeologists

105 ancient relics A) culture B) antiquities C) anthropologists D) horticulture

106 antiquities

107 A large extinct mammal from the elephant family A) mammoth B) bison C) giant sloth D) camel

108 mammoth

109 The general term archaeologists use for the stone points (“heads”) of spears and arrows made by Indians A) clovis points B) effigy C) projectile points D) atlatl

110 projectile points

111 Garbage heaps of discarded oyster and mussel shells A) moat B) effigy C) middens D) Beringia

112 middens

113 A wall made of tall posts built around Mississippian Indian villages for protection A) stilts B) stonewall C) palisade D) compound

114 palisade

115 Relating to a more primitive time; old A) Woodland B) Archaic C) Paleo D) Mississippian

116 Archaic

117 Leaf-shaped flint projectile points having fluted sides A) palisade B) clovis points C) atlatl D) clans

118 clovis points

119 An image of a person or an animal A) moat B) effigy C) middens D) Beringia

120 effigy

121 The exposed land between Alaska and Siberia during the Ice Age that served as a bridge between North America and Asia A) Russia B) peninsula C) middens D) Beringia

122 Beringia

123 A type of rock that is formed in successive layers A) moat B) artifacts C) projectile points D) shale

124 shale

125 People who use artifacts along with cave drawings, well-traveled pathways, and oral history to study the culture of a group A) archaeologists B) psychologists C) anthropologists D) geologists

126 anthropologists

127 wanderers A) sherds B) clans C) tribes D) nomads

128 nomads

129 A group of people who share a common ancestry, name, and way of life A) moat B) tribe C) culture D) clan

130 tribe

131 Pottery shards (pieces), weapons, tools, jewelry, or any items that were made by people A) moat B) artifacts C) projectile points D) shale

132 artifacts

133 very old A) Woodland B) Archaic C) Paleo D) Mississippian

134 Paleo

135 Groups of people who believe themselves related by blood A) tribe B) effigy C) middens D) clans

136 clans

137 A spear-throwing tool developed by early prehistoric Indians to increase the speed and distance a spear could be thrown A) sherds B) clovis point C) bow and arrow D) atlatl

138 atlatl

139 The science of cultivating plants and trees A) biology B) horticulture C) chemistry D) bioculture

140 horticulture


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