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During the Ice Age, how do scientists believe that people got to North America?
Ancient Americans 100 Over many years humans followed the migration of the animals they hunted from Asia across Beringia into North America. They believed they walked across a land bridge from Asia to Alaska. Click on What is to enter questions Right click each yellow box, action settings or hyperlink, choose play sound, and select sound for either right or wrong answers Click on column heading to enter category name Selecting sounds: right click on sun, go to Action Settings, click on box next to sound, click drop down arrow (delta) and go to Other Sound… Navigate to sound folder in Jeopardy folder, click on sound to be used. Back To Insert a sound: Go to Insert Menu and select Sound, From File. Navigate to folder with sound that you want and click on it and select OK. Move the sound away from the slide. Choose whether you want the sound to play automatically or on mouse click.
How did the first people in North America find food?
Ancient Americans 200 They hunted animals. Back
They wanted to find a faster route to Asia where they could get spices and silk. Back Ancient Americans 300
What is the name of each of the 3 early civilizations?
Ancient Americans 400 Mound Builders, Cliff Dwellers, and Aztecs Back
How many years ago did people in the Americas begin farming?
Ancient Americans 500 About 9,000 years ago, a long time after they began hunting. Back
What were the important resources for the Indians in the Northwest?
Salmon and forests Back Northwest 100
True or False. The Tlingit people, who were one of the largest American Indian groups in the Pacific Northwest, were divided into clans.
TRUE Back Northwest 200
True or False. Families from the same clans lived in separate houses along the river.
False. They lived together in big houses and put dividers up so each family had it’s own area. Back Northwest 300
How did the Northwest’s forests influence the Indians living there?
They used the trees to build large houses. These houses became central to their culture. Back Northwest 400
In what state do many Tlingit live today?
Alaska Back Northwest 500
What is the land like in the Southwest?
Southwest 100 Mostly low, flat desert, with high plateaus in some places. Back
True or False. The Hopi grew corn, beans, and squash.
Southwest 200 Back TRUE
What does the Hopi religion say about the people??
Southwest 300 It says they are caretakers of the land and they need to keep their land healthy. If the land was healthy they they would have good harvests and enough rainfall. Back
How did the Southwest Indians solve their problem of little rainfall?
Southwest 400 They used irrigation. Back
What did the people of the Southwest use to build houses since they did not have enough trees due to the little rainfall?
Southwest 500 They used clay called adobe. Back
Were the Eastern or Western Plains people nomads?
Plains/East 100 Western because they moved every time they ran out of food. Back
Which group moved whenever herds of buffalo moved?
Plains/East 200 Western Plains people Back
True or false. The Comanche Indians were were fierce warriors.
Plains/East 300 TRUE Back
True or false. The American Indians of the Eastern Woodlands relied on one single resource to live.
Plains/East 400 FALSE. They hunted and farmed all different things for food. Back
What was the role of the Clan Mother in the Haudenosaunee League?
Plains/East 500 Back They chose the chief.
How were the decisions made for the Haudenosauneee people?
The First Americans: Final Jeopardy Each of the 5 chiefs (they each represented a different nation) talked until they reached an agreement. Back