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Section 5: The Mississippi, Plains, and Northwest Civilizations United States History: p
Key Words Totem pole: a tall, colorful carved object that had a certain religious meaning
Section 5 Review 1. Cahokia was a major trade center for the Mississippians near the Mississippi River. True
Section 5 Review 2. Moundville was the largest settlement in Mesoamerica. False
Section 5 Review 3. The Hidatsa and Mandan were experts in farming. False
Section 5 Review 4. Pacific Northwest civilizations depended on the sea for food and trade. True
Section 5 Review 5. Americans Indians today still practice many ancient beliefs. True
Native Americans Native Americans were the people who lived in America before people from other countries came here.
The 1 st Americans Before: Skim and Scan Section 1 and write a short prediction.
Ch. 2Essential Questions. Standards SS8H1 – Evaluate the development of Native American cultures and the impact of European exploration and settlement.
Major Bodies of Water SOL I.2c. Oceans: Atlantic, Pacific Rivers: Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Columbia, Colorado, Rio Grande Lakes: Great lakes Gulf:
Ch 1 Sec 1 Paleo Indians (Early/Ancient Native Americans) Migrated from Asia and Crossed the land Bridge that is were the Bering Strait is today Migrated.
REGIONS IN NORTH AMERICA. A region is an area in which natural or human features are similar. Landforms, such as mountains or plains, are a natural feature.
Chapter 2 Review!! Eastern Woodlands Great Plains Southwest Desert Northwest Coast.
Pre-Columbian Societies and Transatlantic Encounters.
What am I? Images of Native American Culture You have to select the correct answer to identify the object.
5 th Grade iLEAP Social Studies LA State Assessment Guide Release Test Items.
Holt McDougal, The World before the Opening of the Atlantic Chapter 1.
Chapter 16 Section 1 North American Societies. Quick Review… Remember where the North American societies came from? Remember where the North American.
Geography/Land: Climate/Weather: Animal life: Plant life: A Description of the Desert :
People Who Settled Where? Early.
Pre Columbian Wisconsin. Paleolithic Period 10,000 BCE – 6500 BCE.
Questions on Early Societies in the Americas and Oceania.
First Americans BeringiaBeringia Scientists believe that Native Americans migrated from Asia.Scientists believe that Native Americans migrated from Asia.
Mesopotamia Mesopotamia is the Greek word meaning "land between the rivers."
Major Civil War Battles. Objective By the end of the lesson, SWBAT identify the major battles of the Civil War.
The Indian Removal Act Five major Native American groups lived in the southeastern United States: the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, and Creek.
Pre- Quiz Put your Name on your paper Number #1-10.
Prehistoric Cultures of the North American Continent.
Pacific Northwest Emily, Izabella, Cameron, and Arda.
Who was in the Americas? Northern Regions Arctic and Northwest California Great Basin Southwest Great plains Eastern Woodlands.
Where We Have Been, Where We Are Going Weeks 1 and 2: Defining “History” and approaches to the “Southwest”
Chapter 5 Review. Who founded the settlement of Hartford that later became part of the Connecticut Colony? Thomas Hooker Anne Hutchinson Metacomet Roger.
Bellringer What is the purpose of the Dynastic Cycle? LOTS to do today – the more we do, the more prepared you will be for the test.
Latin a very old language that few people speak today many words and languages developed from Latin The languages of Spanish and Portuguese are developed.
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