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Section 5: The Mississippi, Plains, and Northwest CivilizationsUnited 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.
Chapter 9: The Americas Section 2: Cultures of North America ( )
Lesson 4. In the Northwest there was little agriculture. Instead there were many fish, deer and other animals. The true staple is seafood. These.
NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURES
North American Societies. Complex Societies in the West The Pacific Northwest was rich in resources and supported a sizable population. To the Kwakiutl,
Before: Skim and Scan Section 1 and write a short prediction .
Native American Cultures
The Eastern Mound Builders The earliest of the Eastern Mound Builder cultures were the Adena, who lived about 600 B.C. They and the later Hopewell and.
SOCIAL STUDIES. EXTINCT To die out. AGRICULTURE Farming.
Social Studies Unit 1 Overview: The First Americans Chapter 1 – Early People Lesson 1 – The Land and States (BrainPOP Teaser)BrainPOP Teaser Lesson 2 –
Bell Ringer What are some factors you think led to the end of the Native American cultures in the United States? This day in History : August 19, 1812-
Native American Region
The Earliest Americans
Pre-Columbian North America. Ancient America Kennewick Man found in years old, 5’9” tall, dead for 9,400 years.
The Americas CHAPTER 9 Section 1: The Earliest Americans
North American Tribes The first Americans descended, or came from immigrants who originated in Asia. These were the first people to live in North America.
Three Worlds Meet, 1200 B.C.E C.E Native Americans and Africans develop complex societies and cultures. Europeans explore and conquer parts of the.
LET’S PLAY Ancient America JEOPARDY!! Vocabulary The start of the Americas Mesoamerica Mayas & Incas Mound Builders Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
The First Americans. Cultural Regions of North America Tribes We Will Study: Northwest Coast: Chinooks Makahs Southwest: Navajos Great Plains Mandans.
$20 $30 $40 $50 $10 $30 $40 $50 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $10 Migration Theories Ancient Civilizations Culture Areas.
NORTH AMERICAN PEOPLES. EARLY NATIVE AMERICANS Mounds looked like PYRAMIDS with temples Like the Aztec & Maya.
Pre-Columbian Civilizations and European Settlement Unit
Unit #2: Pre-Columbian Civilizations & Native Americans.
Three Worlds Meet Chapter 1- The First Americans Why they came, where they came from and where they settled ◦ 22,000 years ago the first people came to.
5/12/20151 The Americas: A Separate World 5/12/20152 Hunters & Farmers in the Americas More than 10,000 years ago, humans migrate from Asia to the Americas.
AP World History POD #10 - Mesoamerica North American Civilizations.
The Earliest Americans. The Land and the People The physical setting –Mountains – Rocky, Andes –Rivers – Mississippi, Amazon –Bering Strait - Land bridge.
First Americans Prehistory to Journey from Asia People traveled from Asia to North American during the Ice Age through a land mass known as Beringia,
Unit 3 Chapter 5 Louisiana’s Early History. Question 1 Which group of Native Americans lived in the northwest part of what is now Louisiana?
10/6/20151 The Americas: A Separate World Mr. McKinley.
Chapter 10 Section 3 British Columbia: Economic and Cultural Changes
World Map Review. Map A 1. Europe 2. Africa 3. Atlantic Ocean.
The Moundbuilders Dennis Rees Teacher-Consultant Arizona Geographic Alliance.
Gordon Childe’s Characteristics of a Civilization PRIMARY 1.Settlement in Cities 2.Full Time Specialization of Labor 3.Class Structure 4.State Organization.
Chinese River Valley Geography Aim: How did geography affect the development of early Chinese civilizations?
World History Chapter Six Section Three. Peoples of North America Lived by hunting and gathering Farming spreads north from Mesoamerica to North America.
North American Societies Enrique.V Vanessa.A Jessica.L Yulissa.S kevin.A Betsabe F.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Plains SW DesertPacific NWArctic.
Early Civilizations in the Americas Map Assignment Get a textbook and open to page 155.
Chapter 2, Lesson 2 ACOS #3: Compare major Native American cultures in respect to geographic region, natural resources, government, economy, and religion.
Northwest coast Kwakiutl tribe
THE HISTORY OF ILLINOIS PREHISTORIC INDIANS. THE MOUND BUILDERS WHO WERE FIRST PEOPLE TO LIVE IN ILLINOIS? SCIENTISTS BELIEVE THAT THE FIRST PEOPLE LIVED.
The First Americans.
The Northwest Coast People. Location/Geography Pacific Coast of Canada (from Oregon to Alaska) Climate is very mild and rainy: cool summers and warm/mild.
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 28 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
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