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Chapter 2: Early People of Kansas. Big Game Hunters The first people to live in the area that eventually becomes Kansas, are people we call big game hunters.

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1 Chapter 2: Early People of Kansas

2 Big Game Hunters The first people to live in the area that eventually becomes Kansas, are people we call big game hunters. The first people to live in the area that eventually becomes Kansas, are people we call big game hunters. Over a long period of time they migrated from the northern part of the world. Over a long period of time they migrated from the northern part of the world. We know very little about them, we do know they hunted large animals because of the tools we have found. We know very little about them, we do know they hunted large animals because of the tools we have found.

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4 Vocab Terms Write these in your notebook with their definition. Write these in your notebook with their definition. Migration: Migration: Adaptation: Adaptation: Artifact: Artifact: Barter: Barter: Nation.html Nation.html Nation.html Nation.html

5 Review Questions 1. Explain where and how the first people came to North America. 1. Explain where and how the first people came to North America. 2. Name two technological changes that led to an increase population among the early people of Kansas. 2. Name two technological changes that led to an increase population among the early people of Kansas. 3. What is a domesticated dog? 3. What is a domesticated dog? 4. Name 4 ways Native American used the buffalo. 4. Name 4 ways Native American used the buffalo.

6 Notebook Writing I want you to explain to me the most important item in your life. Tell me what it is and why you can’t live without it. I want you to explain to me the most important item in your life. Tell me what it is and why you can’t live without it. What would you do if you no longer had that item. What would you do if you no longer had that item. 5 sentence total. 5 sentence total.

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8 Native Americans Buffalo will be the most important resource for the Plains Indians. Buffalo will be the most important resource for the Plains Indians. It is there main source for living. It is there main source for living. Because the buffalo was so important to the Plains Indians the animal was sacred and much of their culture focused on the buffalo. Because the buffalo was so important to the Plains Indians the animal was sacred and much of their culture focused on the buffalo. The Native Americans used almost every part of the buffalo. The Native Americans used almost every part of the buffalo.

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10 UL2bY UL2bY UL2bY UL2bY Native Americans people of the plains. Native Americans people of the plains. s.html s.html s.html s.html 56/native-americans-the-first-kansans.html 56/native-americans-the-first-kansans.html 56/native-americans-the-first-kansans.html 56/native-americans-the-first-kansans.html

11 Graphic Notes- Native Americans of Kansas For the following paragraphs you will write a 2 sentence summary explaining the main points of each paragraph and draw a picture that goes with the information you learned. For each Paragraph you must include the title, summary and picture. For the following paragraphs you will write a 2 sentence summary explaining the main points of each paragraph and draw a picture that goes with the information you learned. For each Paragraph you must include the title, summary and picture. Pg. 32- Where is the Money. Pg. 32- Where is the Money. Pg. 34- Horses and Buffalo Pg. 34- Horses and Buffalo Pg. 36- Homes- Wichita and Pawnee Pg. 36- Homes- Wichita and Pawnee Pg. 37 Crops, Clothing, and Traditions- Wichita and Pawnee. Pg. 37 Crops, Clothing, and Traditions- Wichita and Pawnee. Pg. 37 What’s in a Name? Pg. 37 What’s in a Name? Pg. 38 – Homes Kansa and Osage Pg. 38 – Homes Kansa and Osage Pg. 38 – Crops, Clothing, and Traditions- Kansas and Osage. Pg. 38 – Crops, Clothing, and Traditions- Kansas and Osage.

12 Native American’s of Kansas Great Plains Indians Sedentary Tribes Nomadic Tribes

13 Vocab Words Sedentary: staying in one place; Sedentary: staying in one place; Nomadic: are people who move from place to place, rather than living in one place. Nomadic: are people who move from place to place, rather than living in one place.

14 Sedentary Tribes Wichita, Pawnee, Kansa, and Osage Built in lived in permanent homes. Built in lived in permanent homes. Farmed and planted many crops like corn and squash. Farmed and planted many crops like corn and squash. Though they were sedentary tribes they still hunted buffalo and they would make hunting trips twice a year. Though they were sedentary tribes they still hunted buffalo and they would make hunting trips twice a year.

15 Review Questions: 1. Who were the first people to come to Kansas? 1. Who were the first people to come to Kansas? 2. What was the most important resource for the Plains Indian? 2. What was the most important resource for the Plains Indian? 3. Name five ways the Plains Indians used the buffalo. 3. Name five ways the Plains Indians used the buffalo. 4. What does the word Sedentary mean? 4. What does the word Sedentary mean? 5. Name the four Sedentary tribes of Kansas. 5. Name the four Sedentary tribes of Kansas. 6. Name the five themes of geography. 6. Name the five themes of geography.

16 Native American’s of Kansas Great Plains Indians Sedentary Tribes Nomadic Tribes

17 Native American Tribes that moved place to place following their resources. Native American Tribes that moved place to place following their resources. Main Resources: Buffalo and Water Main Resources: Buffalo and Water Would trade items from Buffalo to sedentary tribes for crops. Would trade items from Buffalo to sedentary tribes for crops. Environment did not allow them to live in one place. – Think about Western Kansas… Environment did not allow them to live in one place. – Think about Western Kansas…

18 Nomadic Tribes: Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, and Kiowa Apache Nomadic Tribes lived in Tipis. Nomadic Tribes lived in Tipis. Tipis were easy to set up and took less than a day to put up and take down. Tipis were easy to set up and took less than a day to put up and take down. Horse became a major tool for nomadic tribes because it made travel much easier. Horse became a major tool for nomadic tribes because it made travel much easier.

19 Chapter 2 Review Questions: 1. What is the main difference between nomadic tribes and sedentary tribes? 1. What is the main difference between nomadic tribes and sedentary tribes? 2. What type of homes did nomadic tribes live in? 2. What type of homes did nomadic tribes live in? 3.Why did they live in these type of homes? 3.Why did they live in these type of homes? 4. Why couldn’t nomadic tribes live in one place? 4. Why couldn’t nomadic tribes live in one place? 5. What did nomadic tribes trade to get crops from other tribes? 5. What did nomadic tribes trade to get crops from other tribes? 6. What tool was extremely useful to the Nomadic Indians? 6. What tool was extremely useful to the Nomadic Indians? 7. Name the 5 Nomadic tribes. 7. Name the 5 Nomadic tribes. 8. Give me two examples on types of homes Sedentary tribes lived in. 8. Give me two examples on types of homes Sedentary tribes lived in. 9. What is the most important resource of the Plains Indians 9. What is the most important resource of the Plains Indians 10. Name the 5 themes. 10. Name the 5 themes.


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