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What did the Archaic Indians hunt with? What is the atlatl
Name what the Archaic Indians and the Fremont ate. Archaic- Duck eggs, trout, berries, cattail Fremont- Pumpkins, squash, beans, and corn
Which group have archeologists found the with the oldest documented artifacts? Who are the Paleo Indians
Which two prehistoric groups were known as being hunter gatherers Who are the Paleo and Archaic Indians
T or F Did the Anasazi people practice cannibalism? What is true
Where do the Fremont Indians get their name from? What is the Fremont River
Where did the Anasazi live? Where is the four corners area?
T or F Did the Anasazi domesticate turkeys? What is true
What did the Anasazi eat? What is pumpkins, squash, beans, and corn
What happened to the Anasazi? What is they mysteriously disappeared?
Which two tribes hunted using the horse? Who are the Ute and Shoshone?
Which tribe is called the “Root Diggers?” Who is the Goshute Indians
Which tribe is known as nomadic hunter gatherers and farmers? Who is the Paiute?
Which tribe ate crickets, roots, seeds, plants, and nuts? What is the Goshute?
How did the Navajo make their clothing? What is they raised sheep and used the wool to make clothing?
Which tribes lived in tepees? Who are the Utes and Shoshone?
Which tribe lived in hogans? Who are the Navajo
Where did the Shoshone, Ute, and Navajo live?
Which tribes lived in wikiups? Who are the Paiute, the Goshute, and the Archaic Indians?
Show me where the Goshute and Paiute tribes lived
UTAH’S EARLY PEOPLE. PALEO-INDIANS 11,000-13,000 Years Ago.
UTAHS Historic Tribes. Utahs 5 Tribes 1. Utahs tribes are the Ute, Navajo, Shoshone, Paiute and Goshute. A. The largest tribe in Utah is the Ute tribe.
Historic Native Americans There is a written history about them--from Spanish explorers, Catholic priests, fur trappers and government explorers. Five.
Bell Ringer You were on a cruise ship far out to sea…A terrible storm rages and over turns your ship.. Fortunately luck is with you because you find yourself.
BELL RINGER…WELCOME!!! Answer the following question in your next box… What has been the most interesting thing you have learned about the Native Americans?
Ancient Utahns Paleo, Archaic, Anasazi, and Fremont.
Location: Central-eastern Utah “Ute” means “land of the sun” Largest Utah tribe Wore animal skins, wove grasses & bark Lived in tepees.
NATIVE AMERICANS. Using your Native Americans Cultures notes from yesterday, make as many observations you can about Native Americans in general.
THE AMERICAN INDIANS. Adaptation and Migration Adaptation – Changing the way one lives to survive in an environment Migration – A group of people moving.
Comparisons of the Foods of Prehistoric Indians Paleo Indians Paleo Indians Paleo Indians Paleo Indians Archaic Indians Archaic Indians Archaic Indians.
Western Indians By: Kylie, Shade, Fran, Garrett. Homes Paiute: brush shelters Miwok: houses of wood Some Indian tribes: teepees Some Pomo tribes: teepees.
Chapters 3 & 4 in the class textbook Unit 2: Utah’s First Residents Pre-historic peoples, Native Americans, Mountain Men, and Government Explorers.
Populating Utah. Sources When discovering history we use two types of resources: Primary sources and secondary sources. Primary Sources are made by people.
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1. Paleo Indian Period 2. Archaic Period 3. Late Prehistoric Period 3 Eras of Prehistoric Texas.
Ute, Navajo, Goshute, Shoshone, and Pauite. 11 different bands of Utes lived in Utah They moved back and forth from the mountains They started using.
Early People of The Americas Social Studies and Arts Integration Lesson.
Historic American Indians in Utah Presented by B. Page.
Utah Native Tribes. Take out all the work you have for this class. Put it into a packet in this order and staple them. Chapter 3 Study Guide Prehistoric.
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First Humans of Utah Notes #3. Class Objective Students will investigate the Anasazi and Fremont Indians of Utah.
The First Americans Native/Indians. The First Americans Native Americans were the first people to live in America. The believed that the land was for.
Who were the Navajo? The word Navajo comes from the Indians, meaning “farmlands or planted fields” The Navajo lived in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado.
T HE F IRST A MERICANS : P REHISTORY TO 1492 Early Peoples.
Chapter 2 Native Americans Origins Many scientists believe that Indians’ came from Asia during the last ice age. The ancestors of these Indians crossed.
The Woodland Period. I am Landwood, a Woodland Indian. When I have killed this deer for food for my tribe, I will tell you more about my people. Shhhh…it.
Paleo Indians- 12,000 years ago -The earliest people to live in North America. -Moved from place to place following herds of animals for food. -Gathered.
Georgia’s Early Native Tribes and Civilizations. Georgia’s Prehistoric Time Periods 1. Paleo–Indian Period (10,000 – 8,000 B.C.E) 2. Archaic Period (8,000.
NATIVE AMERICANS. Set up Cornell Notes on IN Page 81 Title: Early Native Americans Essential Question: What do we know about early Native Americans.
BY:ASHTON Anasazi Tribe Table Of Contents: Slide three :Traditions Slide Four :What they ate Slide five :Where they lived Slide Six :How they.
Comparison the Prehistoric vs. Historic Indians of Ohio Paleo Indians Archaic Indians Woodland Indians Late Pre-Historic Indians Historic Indians.
Prehistoric Indians Created by Mr. Hemmert Robertsdale Elementary Fourth Grade.
Timucuan Tribe By: Ben & Mercedes. Hunting The Timucuan tribe hunted deer, wild turkey and alligators. They used tools for hunting like spears, clubs,
Navajo Indians By Kyler Moody Table of contents 1slide. Traditions 2slide. What did they eat 3slide. Where did they live 4slide. How did they dress 5slide.
INDIANS OF UTAH Objective: Investigating the Native Indians of Utah.
Utah’s Prehistoric Indians Utah Studies Mr. Bailey Chapter 3.
Pre-History: Observations and Inferences. Prehistoric= Before written records Artifacts= Things that were left behind by ancient people Observations:
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Southwest Indians By: Andrew, Blair, Kayla, And Brooke.
Prehistoric GA What happened before anyone wrote it down…
The First New Mexicans. First New Mexicans ◊Big game Hunters (Clovis and Folsom) ◊Desert Dwellers (Mogollon and Anasazi) ◊Big game Hunters (Clovis and.
Navajo American Native Tribe Where did they live? The Navajo Indian Natives lived around Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado. The Navajo people are.
Coahultecans Karankawas Atakapans Alabama Coushattas Caddoes Wichitas Cherokees Lipan Apaches Kickapoos Jumanos Tiguas Mescalero Apaches Comanches Kiowas.
THE LAND AND EARLY PEOPLE CHP 3. Bering Land Bridge Bering Strait – A land bridge once connected Asia and the America’s Many people and animals crossed.
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