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Q: Who were the first people who lived in Virginia? A: The American Indians (First Americans)
Q: In which areas of Virginia did the American Indians (First Americans) live? A: All areas, but mostly in the Tidewater, Piedmont, and Appalachian Plateau
Q: How many First American major language groups were there in Virginia? A: Three
Q: Who named the First Americans “Indians”? A: Christopher Columbus
Q: Christopher Columbus thought that he had found— A: The Indies
Q: The Indies are located near— A: China
Q: What artifacts tell us a lot about the First Americans who lived in Virginia? A: arrowheads, pottery, and other tools
Q: What was spoken primarily in the Tidewater region? A: Algonquian
Q: The Powhatan were a member of which language group? A: Algonquian
Q: What was spoken primarily in the Piedmont region? A: Siouan
Q: What was spoken in Southwestern Virginia and in Southern Virginia near what is today North Carolina? A: Iroquoian
Q: The Cherokee were a part of which language group? A: Iroquoian
Q: First Americans met their basic needs by interacting with the— A: Climate and Environment
Q: The climate of Virginia is relatively— A: Mild
Q: Because of the four seasons in Virginia, we have a variety of— A: Vegetation
Q: Forests have a variety of— A: Trees
Q: Virginia’s Indians are referred to as— A: Eastern Woodlands
Q: The kinds of food the First Americans ate, the clothing they wore, and the shelters they had depended upon the what? A: Seasons
Q: American Indian foods changed with the what? A: Seasons
Q: What did American Indians eat in the winter? A: birds and animals
Q: What did the First Americans eat in the Spring? A: Fish and berries
Q: In the summer, the First Americans grew crops like— A: beans, corn, squash
Q: In the Fall, the American Indians— A: Harvested crops
Q: What was used for clothing in American Indian cultures? A: animal skins (deerskin)
Q: American Indians made shelters from— A: Materials around them
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