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100 200 300 400 500 VocabularyTrue or False Iroquois/ Cherokees Aztecs/ Hopis Kiowas/ Mandans Little of Everything
What is a cone-shaped house built by covering a log frame with mud or grass? A 100
Hogan A 100
What vocabulary word describes stories handed down over time to explain the past? A 200
Legend A 200
What vocabulary word means earth that is cut into blocks or mats? A 300
Sod A 300
What vocabulary word describes many differences? A 400
Diversity A 400
What vocabulary word describes people from important families? A 500
Nobles A 500
The Dalles is a trading post along the Mississippi River. B 100
False- The Dalles is located along the Columbia River. B 100
Only nobles could become a chief in a Kiowa tribe. B 200
False B 200
The Aztec civilization started in present day Florida. B 300
False- It was located in Mexico. B 300
The Navajos lived in the Four Corners region of the United States. B 400
True B 400
The vocabulary word that describes trading or exchanging of good is legend. B 500
False- That description describes barter. B 500
True or False- There were between 300 and 400 houses in a typical Cherokee village. C 100
True C 100
True or False- Five tribes united to form the Iroquois League. C 200
True C 200
What was the reason that the Iroquois League was formed? C 300
To keep the peace within the Iroquois League. C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Name 4 of the 5 Iroquois tribes that formed the Iroquois League. C 400
Any of the 4 would be considered correct: Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca C 400
Name 4 animals that the Cherokees used for food. C 500
Squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, bear, and deer C 500
What present day city stands where Tenochtitlan was located? D 100
Mexico City D 100
True or False- The Hopis were nomads because it was too dry to farm. D 200
False D 200
Describe what a pueblo looked like. D 300
A pueblo was a multiple story house typically made out of adobe bricks. D 300
What vocabulary word describes a religious healer and leader? D 400
Shaman D 400
What is another name for corn that the Hopis used? D 500
Maize D 500
True or False- The Mandans and the Kiowas depended on the buffalo for survival. E 100
True E 100
What kind of homes did the Kiowas live in? E 200
Tepees E 200
What vocabulary word means a cone shaped tent? E 300
Tepee E 300
Name the important animal that the Mandans hunted. E 400
Buffalo E 400
Name 4 things that the Mandans used the buffalo for. E 500
Clothing, blankets, food, and tools E 500
What was the top social class in the Mayan culture? F 100
Powerful priests F 100
True or False- There can only be one effect for every cause. F 200
False F 200
Name 4 things the Makahs used the whale for. F 300
Food, fuel, ropes, tools, bags F 300
What vocabulary word describes the leader of an empire? F 400
Emperor F 400
What group was more civilized the Mayas or the Kiowas? F 500
Mayas F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Waterways Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
What tribe controlled the Columbia River waterway? Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy and good luck on the Chapter 2 test! Game Designed By Mr. Gombar
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