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Kentucky History Review Chapter 3 Test Created by Gina Crider Southwest Calloway Elementary
1. What is an archeologist?
An archeologist is a person who specializes in the study of things from long ago.
What does an anthropologist do for a living?
An anthropologist studies the everyday lives of human beings, or people.
What is an artifact?
An artifact is a simple, everyday object that was made by humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.
Paleo means very old.
What made prehistoric animals come to Kentucky?
They came to escape the polar ice caps and to find food.
Why did prehistoric people come to Kentucky?
They followed the animals for food.
Explain how the Paleo Indians lived.
They lived in small groups and hunted with spears.
What did Paleo Indians use for clothes? Hint, hint…They had animal magnetism. Some of them probably looked “foxy”!
They used animal skins.
What happened to the mastodons and the mammoths?
They became extinct. (That’s it. They bit the dust. Adios amigos! Extinction is forever.)
Which Indians began raising squash?
The Archaic Indians began raising squash as storage units rather than food.
What was the main difference between the Archaic Indians and the Paleo Indians?
The Archaic Indians didn’t move around as much.
What was an atlatl?
An atlatl was a spear thrower.
How did the Archaic Indians use stones to cook?
They dropped hot rocks into water until the water became boiling hot.
How were Woodland Indians able to clear larger areas of land, which helped them stay in one place longer?
They learned to make better axes.
Which were the first Indians to live in houses year round?
The Mississippian Indians lived in houses year round. Can you guess the hint this picture gives?
What was the main job of Mississippian Indians?
The Mississippian Indians were farmers.
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