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Chapter 3 Vocabulary Preview Alabamas Early People
fossil The preserved remains of a plant or animal from long ago. Examples include: shells, skeletons, leaf prints
paleontologist A scientist who learns about the past by studying fossils
artifact An object that was made and used by people long ago
archaeologist A scientist who studies the lives and cultures of people from the past
migrate To move from one place to settle in another
adapt Change the way you live to fit different conditions
agriculture Planting and growing crops
government System of ruling people
hunter-gatherer The earliest Alabamians that hunted large animals and gathered plants
folklore Beliefs and customs
council Advisors that help with making important decisions
Green Corn Ceremony Native American celebration to give thanks for their harvest
Moundville Native American Festival A festival that takes place in Moundville, Alabama each year to teach people about the lives of Alabamas Native Americans.
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