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Jeopardy Tribes Climates/ location Customs Terms History Mystery Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Tribes Which tribe would have been least likely to grow and harvest crops for food due to their environment?
$100 Answer from Tribes Inuit
$200 Question from Tribes Where did the Kwakiutl live?
$200 Answer from Tribes Pacific Northwest Coast
$300 Question from Tribes Which tribe lived in the Eastern Woodlands?
$300 Answer from Tribes Iroquois
$400 Question from Tribes Which tribe lived in the Great Plains?
$400 Answer from Tribes Sioux
$500 Question from Tribes Which tribe lived in the Southwest, what is now New Mexico and Arizona?
$500 Answer from Tribes Pueblo
$100 Question from Climate/location Which tribes fished, and lived in plank houses with totem poles outside?
$100 Answer from Climate/location Kwakiutl
$200 Question from Climate/location Which people used seal skin for clothing?
$200 Answer from Climate/location Inuit
$300 Question from Climate/location Why were the Sioux nomadic for a time?
$300 Answer from Climate/location They followed herds of migrating buffalo
$400 Question from Climate/location Why did Pueblo build their homes in areas bordering cliffs?
$400 Answer from Climate/location Protection from enemies Shade and comfort in the heat
$500 Question from Climate/location What was the climate like in the Eastern Woodlands?
$500 Answer from Climate/location Cold in the winter Hot in the summer
$100 Question from Customs What did Native Americans use for clothing
$100 Answer from Customs Plants, animal skins, animal fur
$200 Question from Customs The type of food the Native Americans ate depended upon what?
$200 Answer from Customs Local geography and climate
$300 Question from Customs Where did materials used by Native Americans come from?
$300 Answer from Customs Their environment
$400 Question from Customs What was the significance of a Kachina dance?
$400 Answer from Customs The Pueblo prayed to the Kachinas in order to have a good harvest due to plenty of rain and sunshine
$500 Question from Customs Which tribe practices the “Ghost Dance”?
$500 Answer from Documents The Sioux
$100 Question from Terms What do archaeologists use to study the past?
$100 Answer from Terms artifacts
$200 Question from Terms What is a kiva?
$200 Answer from Terms An underground chamber for Pueblo religious services
$300 Question from Terms What is the Salmon Beings?
$300 Answer from Terms The spirits to whom the Kwakiutl prayed to grow new Salmon on the old bones
$400 Question from Terms What is a potlatch?
$400 Answer from Terms A tribal dinner where wealth is given away.
$500 Question from Terms What was Beringia?
$500 Answer from Terms The land bridge that Native Americans are thought to have crossed between Asia and North America in search of food
$100 Question from History Mystery Why did the Pueblo build houses from adobe bricks?
$100 Answer from History Mystery They had clay and sand available to them. They made the bricks and used them to build their houses.
$200 Question from History Mystery What did the horses look like to the Sioux Indians?
$200 Answer from History Mystery Big dogs
$300 Question from History Mystery Why did Native Americans migrate to North America?
$300 Answer from History Mystery They were following herds of migrating animals
$400 Question from History Mystery How were all Native American Tribes alike?
$400 Answer from History Mystery They adapted to their environments, They had respect for animal spirits, They did not believe anyone could “own” land
$500 Question from History Mystery What changed the lives of Native Americans forever?
$500 Answer from History Mystery The arrival of Europeans who spread their religion, diseases, and who took their land
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