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Eastern Woodland Indians By Anne Sorenson Second Grade Curriculum

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2 Eastern Woodland Indians By Anne Sorenson Second Grade Curriculum asorenson@forsyth.k12.ga.us

3 Table of Contents Tribes Location People Homes Clothing Food FoodFood Leaders LeadersLeaders Quiz QuizQuiz Reference ReferenceReference

4 Tribes Seminole Cherokee Iroquois Powhatan

5 Location Lived in present day Florida. Lived in present day Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina. Lived near Lake Erie in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Canada. Lived in present day Virginia. Press

6 People

7 Homes Chickee Log Cabin Long House Long House

8 Clothing Wear colorful patchwork clothing. Wear clothing made of animal skins. Clothing is made of animal skins. Clothing is layered and thicker in the winter. Clothing was made of animal skins.

9 Food Corn was the main food source of most of the Eastern Woodland Tribes. They also ate fresh vegetables, berries, and meat.

10 Leaders Hiawatha was instrumental in banding together the Five Nations of the Iroquois confederacy. Osceola was a Seminole Chief. Sequoyah invented the Cherokee alphabet. Pocahontas was Chief Powhatans daughter. Press

11 Are you ready for a quiz? Then lets begin! Press button to continue

12 How do I take the quiz? Press the button to get to the next page of the quiz. Press the button to go back to the Table of Contents. Press the button to get to the next page of the quiz. Press the button to go back to the Table of Contents. Press button to begin

13 What home did the Cherokee live? 1. Chickee 4. Log Cabin 3. Wigwam 2. Long house

14 Where did the Powhatan live? 1. Virginia 2. Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina 3. Great Lakes area 4. Florida

15 What was most of the clothing made of? 4. plastic 3. silk 2. cotton 1. Animal skins

16 What tribe did Pocahontas belong? 1. Seminole 3. Iroquois 4. Cherokee 2. Powhatan

17 What home did the Seminole live? 3. Long house 2. Chickee 4. Wigwam 1. Log Cabin

18 What food item did ALL the tribes eat? 1. berries 2. corn 3. squash 4. deer

19 What tribe did Sequoyah belong? 1. Seminole 2. Iroquois 3. Cherokee 4. Powhatan

20 What home did the Iroquois live? 4. Long house 3. Chickee 1. Wigwam 2. Log Cabin

21 Where did the Cherokee live? 3. Florida 1. Virginia 2. Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina 4. Great Lakes area

22 What home did the Powhatan live? 2. Long house 4. Chickee 1. Wigwam 3. Log Cabin

23 Where did the Seminole live? 1. Florida 2. Virginia 3. Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina 4. Great Lakes area

24 What food items did they NOT eat? 1. berries 2. corn 3. horse 4. deer

25 What tribe did Hiawatha belong? 2. Seminole 3. Iroquois 4. Cherokee 1. Powhatan

26 Where did the Iroquois live? 3. Florida 2. Virginia 1. Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina 4. Great Lakes area

27 What tribe did Osceola belong? 4. Seminole 3. Iroquois 1. Cherokee 2. Powhatan

28 Great Job! You are now an Eastern Woodland Indian expert!

29 References www.nativeamericans.com www.nativeamericans.com www.nativeamericans.com http://www.seminoletribe.com/ http://www.seminoletribe.com/ http://www.seminoletribe.com/ http://www.cherokee-nc.com/outdoors_main.php? http://www.cherokee-nc.com/outdoors_main.php? http://www.cherokee-nc.com/outdoors_main.php http://www.cherokee-nc.com/outdoors_main.php? http://www.cherokee-nc.com/outdoors_main.php? http://www.cherokee-nc.com/outdoors_main.php http://www.germantown.k12.il.us/indians/woodland2.html http://www.germantown.k12.il.us/indians/woodland2.html http://www.germantown.k12.il.us/indians/woodland2.html http://www.crystalinks.com/iroquois.html http://www.crystalinks.com/iroquois.html http://www.crystalinks.com/iroquois.html http://www.apva.org/history/pocahont.html http://www.apva.org/history/pocahont.html http://www.apva.org/history/pocahont.html http://ab.mec.edu/jamestown/powhatan.html http://ab.mec.edu/jamestown/powhatan.html http://ab.mec.edu/jamestown/powhatan.html http://www.baydreaming.com/powhatan.htm http://www.baydreaming.com/powhatan.htm http://www.baydreaming.com/powhatan.htm


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