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Chapter 2 Review!! Eastern Woodlands Great Plains Southwest Desert Northwest Coast
Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands
What was the Great Council?
A group of 5 tribes (50 representatives) who made decisions for the Iroquois League
Name three ways forests were important to the Indians of the Eastern Woodlands
food clothing water
When did the Iroquois feel a particular connection to animals?
When they killed deer, they thanked it for the food and clothing it provided their family
A custom still practiced by the Iroquois today is…
The Great Council (50 members)
Native Americans of the Great Plains
Most Plains Indians made their living by…
farming (settled near rivers) and hunting (buffalo)
What did the buffalo provide for the Plains Indians?
meat clothing blankets utensils
How did the horse change the lifestyle of the Cheyenne?
*made hunting buffalo easier *helped with travel *helped to defeat enemies in warfare
What was a measure of wealth to the Cheyenne?
In what present day state did the Cheyenne live?
Describe a lodge
*large, round huts build over a deep hole *made of earth and packed over a wooden frame
Describe a tepee
*portable *poles in a circle to a point *covered with buffalo hide
Native Americans of the Southwest Desert
Describe the environment of the SW Desert region.
mostly hot and arid
Where were Hopi villages built and why?
On top of mesas for protection from enemies
Describe a Hopi dance ceremony.
A ceremony to honor kachinas and ask for their help
How do the Hopi keep their traditions and customs alive today?
by blending old and new ways of living
Native Americans of the Northwest Coast
What is a potlatch?
A party where hosts give gifts to show their wealth and generosity.
What is a shaman and how was he important to the Kwakiutl?
A shaman was an important person in the Kwakiutl culture. He was important because he cured sick people.
List three characteristics of a shaman.
*it was believed he/she could cure illness *performed dancing ceremonies *men or women
What new foods do the Kwakiutl have today?
*sugar *flour *potatoes *tea
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