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100 200 300 400 500 Georgia’s Natural Res. Georgia’s Waterways Early Settlers Indian Nations in GA VocabularyHodge Podge
This natural resource, found in Georgia, was used to carve the Lincoln Memorial GA Natural Resources 100
What is Georgia Marble GA Natural Resources 100
This natural resource is mined at the fall line. It’s uses include: coating for paper, filler for paint, plastics and rubber, & porcelain Georgia’s Natural Resources 200
What is Kaolin GA Natural Resources 200
This natural resource found in Georgia is used primarily in kitty litter. It can also be used in soaps and medicines. GA Natural Resources 300
What is Fuller’s Earth GA Natural Resources 300
In what town is most of Georgia’s gold found? GA Natural Resources 400
What is Dahlonega GA Natural Resources 400
What is the mineral mined in Georgia that is only mined in Augusta? GA Natural Resources 500
What is Quartzite GA Natural Resources 500
The only ocean that touches Georgia GA Waterways 100
What is the Atlantic Ocean GA Waterways 100
Between the barrier islands and the mainland is a four to six mile band of what? (It is a coastal waterway) GA Waterways 200
What are Salt Water Marshes GA Waterways 200
What are two of the four rivers that flow through Georgia and into the Atlantic Ocean? GA Waterways 300
What are the Savannah, Ogeechee, Altamaha, and Satilla GA Waterways 300
This is the term used to describe an area where freshwater and saltwater mix. GA Waterways 400
What are Estuaries GA Waterways 400
This river separates Georgia and South Carolina GA Waterways 500
What is The Savannah River GA Waterways 500
This Indian culture lasted from 1000 B.C. until 1000 A.D. and were best known for creating the bow and arrow Early Settlers 100
Who were the Woodland Indians Early Settlers 100
This Indian culture began about 700 A.D. They built moats and palisades, had tattoos, wore feather headdresses, and built burial mounds. Early Settlers 200
Who were The Mississippian Indians Early Settlers 200
These were the earliest settlers. The name given to them means “very old”. They used weapons such as the atlatl. Early Settlers 300
Who were the Paleo Indians Early Settlers 300
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This group of settlers were separated into 3 periods. They relied on gathering food, hunting small game, and eventually planted crops. Early Settlers 400
Who were the Archaic Indians Early Settlers 400
What type of rock was used by the early settlers to fashion spearheads, and later arrow heads. Early Settlers 500
What is Shale Early Settlers 500
One of two main Indian Nations in Georgia. The nation was made up of the Yamacraw, Yamasee, Ocmulgee, Oconee, Chiaha, & Apalachicola. Their true name was Muscogee. Indian Nations in GA 100
Who were the Creek Indian Nations in GA 100
This is the other Indian Nation that settled in Georgia. They were separated into tribes, then clans. They had a government, and later would develop a written language. Indian Nations in GA 200
Who were The Cherokee Indian Nations in GA 200
Within a tribe there was a smaller group of people who believed that they were related. Indian Nations in GA 300
What is A Clan Indian Nations in GA 300
The Cherokee traced their lineage through the mother. What is the term that describes this? Indian Nations in GA 400
What is Matrilineal Indian Nations in GA 400
The Cherokee had a law that was used to prevent feuds. The law was designed so that members of the tribe could “get even” Indian Nations in GA 500
What is The Law of Retaliation Indian Nations in GA 500
This type of economy (used by Native Americans) did not involve the use of money, only the exchange of goods or services. Vocab 100
What is a Barter Economy Vocab 100
This Cherokee Clan were known as the “keepers of the earth” and were associated with the color green. Vocab 200
Who were the Wild Potato Clan Vocab 200
Most tribes had two of these, one for making war, and one for peace. Vocab 300
What is a Chief Vocab 300
Georgia has this type of tide, meaning there are two low tides and two high tides each day. Vocab 400
What is A Semidiurnal Tide Vocab 400
Georgia has two of these, one is located in Savannah, the other in Brunswick Vocab 500
What is A deep water seaport Vocab 500
Hodge Podge 100 This term means the rise and fall of sea level due to the gravitational pull of the moon.
What is a Tide Hodge Podge 100
Hodge Podge 200 This rivers name means “river of the painted rock” in Cherokee.
Hodge Podge 200 What is the Chattahoochee River
These are constructed to hold or reserve water for parts of Georgia that do not have much goundwater. Hodge Podge 300
What is a Reservoir Hodge Podge 300
Hodge Podge 400 The first settlers in our country are believed to be Asians who came to North America using the….
Hodge Podge 400 What is the Bering Land Bridge
Hodge Podge 500 What is the difference between an archaeologist And an archaeologist
Archaeologist- find and use artifacts to study the past Anthropologist- use artifacts to study culture. War Presidents 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is Cherokee Clans Please record your wager
There were seven Cherokee clans that made up the Cherokee Nation. Name three of them (not including the Wild Potato Clan)
Who were the; Blue Clan, Long Hair Clan, Bird Clan, Deer Clan, Wolf Clan, & Paint Clan
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THIS IS With Host... Your Vocab 5 Regions Native American Era Geography Important Places Hodge Podge.
* Archaeologists dig for artifacts that tell us about people of the past. * Artifacts are objects that were made, modified, or used by humans of past.
STUDY SLIDESHOW CDA. WHAT TWO MAJOR RIVERS MAKE UP THE BORDERS FOR GEORGIA? Savannah and Chattahoochee.
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.
Native American Cultures of North America. Prehistoric Native Americans Terms and concepts Terms and concepts Paleo Period Paleo Period Archaic Period.
Unit 2: The 1 st People of North America SS8H1: SS8H1: The student will evaluate the development of Native American culture and the impact of European.
THIS IS With Hosts... Your Geographic Regions of GA Geography Terms GA’s 7 Wonders Hodge Podge Georgia’s Climate Hodge Podge II.
Georgia Early Settlers Review. 1. The beliefs, traditions, art, music and social institutions of a group of people who share common experiences.
FLORA AND FAUNA 8 th SS. Climate Mild to moderate Mild to moderate Allows for diverse plant and animal population Allows for diverse plant and animal.
What is the acronym for remembering the order of our first Native American cultures?
Chapter 3 Test Review Clickers. 1. Who studies fossils to learn about the past? A. An archaeologist B. A historian C. A paleontologist D. Early people.
Georgia’s Waterways Chapter 2 Section 3: This Place We Call Home SS8G2 (a, b) ~waterways~
Unit 2 The Prehistoric Period Mr. Lamm. The Location of Georgia Locate Georgia in relation to hemisphere. Locate Georgia in relation to hemisphere. What.
Define Absolute Location Type of location refers to the exact spot where a place can be found – use latitude & longitude.
Georgia’s Prehistoric Past. Use Your Book to Define These Vocabulary Words 1.archaeologist 2.prehistory 3.artifact 4.Carbon 14 dating 5.ecofact 6.sherd.
Chapter 2 EQ: Which prehistoric culture is considered the highest stage of Native American civilization in Georgia and North America?
Georgia’s First Inhabitants (SS8H1a) – Describe the development of Native American cultures (Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian) prior to European.
Ancient Americas. The Four Major Culture Periods of Pre-Contact Native Americans.
Warm Up: Draw this line and Fill in the following years: 2010 CE, 1992 CE, 800 BCE, 1929 CE, 100 CE, 30 BCE, 9000 BCE, 333 BCE Year 0 B.C.E.C.E
Ch. 1: Native American Groups Vocabulary: conquistadors, habitat, nomad, origins, clan, confederacy.
Prehistoric Native Americans August 12, Introduction Long before ___________ ever arrived in North America, Native American tribes lived here The.
GA Studies Review Game Choose a category and an amount You will be given a question. You must give the correct answer. Click to begin.
Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, & Mississippian © 2014 Brain Wrinkles SS8H1a.
Unit 1 Jeopardy Final Jeopardy GAPIEDMONT ATLANTACHEROKEE WOODSTK WMS Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
Georgia and the American Experience Chapter 3: The Land And Its Early People Study Presentation.
Native Americans of the Southeast: Cherokee Creek.
Prehistoric Native Americans August 12, Introduction Long before Europeans ever arrived in North America, Native American tribes lived here Long.
Visual Other Who did it first? DietWeapons/T ools
Alabama’s Early People Chapter 3. Lesson 1 Prehistory Much of what we know about the past and about the earliest people who lived in Alabama comes from.
Alabama’s Early People Alabama History Chapter 3 Lesson 1 Early Alabamians.
Jadyn Headrick Presents:. Location Origin of Cherokee name Government Native Alabamian Life Homes Appearance Food Transportation Weapons.
Unit 2: North American Cultures SS8H1: SS8H1: The student will evaluate the development of Native American culture and the impact of European exploration.
SS8H1 The student will evaluate the development of Native American cultures and the impact of European exploration and settlement on the Native American.
Chapter 2 Native Americans Origins Many scientists believe that Indians’ came from Asia during the last ice age. The ancestors of these Indians crossed.
Number your next empty page in your notebook as pg. 5 and write today’s EQ at the top How did prehistoric Indians evolve?
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.
September 23, 2013 The Early People of North Carolina.
Georgia’s Early Native Tribes and Civilizations. Georgia’s Prehistoric Time Periods 1.) Paleo–Indian Period (10,000 – 8,000 B.C.E) B.C.E) 2.) Archaic.
1 SS8G1 TSW describe Georgia with regard to physical features and location. c. Locate/evaluate key physical features on the development of Georgia.
Georgia History Chapter 4 GEORGIA’S PREHISTORIC PAST: CLUES OF THE FIRST PEOPLE.
LOCATE AND EVALUATE THE IMPORTANCE OF KEY PHYSICAL FEATURES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF GEORGIA SS8G1c.
Paleo (10,000 – 8,000 BC) Housing Housing –No permanent housing –Lived in groups of 25 – 50 –Nomadic Food Food –Followed large game such as mammoth and.
Guale. What is a Catholic mission? A religious settlement that contains a church outpost and priests.
Category Category Category Category Category.
Discovering Prehistoric Indians in Georgia Listen to the song and then turn and talk you to your partner and make of list of facts that you know about.
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