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Ch. 2 Jeopardy Review Game
$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Fill in the Blank Q&A The Great Plains Southwest Desert Northwest Coast
A home used by the Cheyenne while hunting that was easily brought from place to place ___________.
Tepee home home
An Iroquois home built for several families
Longhouse home home
Polished seashells that hung on strings or were woven into belts ____________.
Wampum Home Home
Land set aside for Native Americans by the government ____________
Reservation home home
A hut built over a deep hole ______________
Lodge home home
True or False - A powwow is a religious ceremony ___________
False – A powwow is a party at which the host gives guests gifts home home
TRUE OR FALSE The Iroquois hunters spoke to the deer because they thought they might talk back to them.
FALSE The Iroquois hunters would speak to and thank the deer they killed because the Iroquois felt a connection with nature. home home
In addition to meat, what did animals provide to the peoples of the Eastern Woodlands?
Skins and furs for clothing home home
What custom is still practiced my Iroquois members today?
The Great Council home home
What was the Iroquois League, and why was it formed?
The Iroquois League was formed by a group of five Native American Tribes. Its purpose was peace and cooperation. Together, all the members made decisions that affected all the tribes. home home
TRUE OR FALSE Most Plains people lived by only farming.
FALSE Most Plains people lived by farming and hunting. Home Home
Which animal was important to the people of the Plains for meat, clothing, blankets, and utensils?
Buffalo home home
TRUE or FALSE One way horses affected the lifestyle of the Cheyenne is that travois were no longer needed.
FALSE The horses made hunting buffalo easier. home home
Which Great Plains state is home to many Cheyenne today?
Montana home home
Name 3 reasons why the Cheyenne place such high value on horses.
1. Made it easier to hunt 2. Made it easier to travel 3. Made it easier to defeat enemies. home home
TRUE or FALSE The Southwest Desert environment can be best described as known for constant flooding.
FALSE The Southwest Desert environment is known as hot and dry. home home
Why did the Hopi build their villages on top of mesas?
For protection! Home Home
Which dance honored the kachinas and asked for their help?
The Hopi dance home home
How are the Hopi people living today?
They blend old and new ways of living. home home
What is the connection between Pueblo Indian and Anasazi housing?
Their housing customs are similar, rising several stories off the ground. home home
TRUE or FALSE A potlatch is a religious ceremony to prepare for the future.
FALSE A potlatch is a party where the hosts give gifts to show their wealth and generosity. home home
What was a shaman’s main role in Kwakiutl society?
To cure the sick! home home
TRUE or FALSE Men and women could be a shaman.
TRUE home home
Name a modern addition to the Kwakiutl culture.
1. Sugar 2. Flour 3. Potatoes 4. Tea home home
How do the cultural purposes of a totem pole and a potlatch compare?
Both are a way to show wealth.
Native Americans of North America: Jeopardy Review Game.
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a. Using woodland animals as a primary food source b. Living in longhouses c. The Great Council.
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