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extinct
A family of plants or animals that has died out.
dead
artifact
Object made by people who lived in the past, often found and studied by archaeologists.
handmade object
archaeologist
A scientist who studies the way people lived in the past, including prehistoric times.
scientist that digs
history
The written story of the past.
way back when
prehistory
The time before written records.
before paper
band
Small group to which some Native Americans belonged.
friends
flint
A kind of hard rock used for making tools and points for arrows and spears.
like the cartoon, the ________stones
Beringia
A wide land bridge that connected Asia and Alaska that people traveled across during the Ice Age.
40,000 years ago, hunters traveled here across this piece of land.
culture
The way of life shared by a group of people, including language, beliefs, music, foods, and holidays.
Germans, Spaniards, English, etc. have a _________.
religion
The way people worship the God or gods they believe in.
Lutheran, Muslim, Catholic, etc. are _________s.
barter
To trade things for other things without using money.
Mom ________ed a coat and hat for the bee plates.
Shaman
A religious leader who is believed to heal the sick, tell the future, and control events.
Native American religious leader
Trading Post
A store in an unsettled area where trading and bartering are done.
Store that bartered rather than used money, such as furs, food, cattle.
Council
A group of people who meet to talk and make decisions.
Bainbridge has a town _________.
Fort Ancient Mound
Hopewell stacked dirt 10-25 feet high, looked like forts.
dirt hill
Great Serpent Mound
Scientists believe it was built by the Fort Ancient People.
huge dirt mound or hill shaped like a snake.
hunter-gatherers
Early people in Ohio that hunted and gathered food.
wore animal furs and wore boots from animal skins.
Mound Builders
Groups of Native Americans that built dirt mounds to possibly bury their dead, hold religous ceremonies, celebrate special occasions.
Builders of Great Serpent Mound and Fort Ancient Mound
The 3 groups of Mound Builders were called:
1. Adena
2. Hopewell
3. Fort Ancient
Are Adena
Hedy Hopewell
Fun? Fort Ancient
Prehistoric Indians
Native Americans that settled in our country before records were kept.
40,000 years ago, they came over across the Beringia.
The Adena people were the:
1st group
1st farmers
The Hopewell people:
* hoped they wouldn't die out
* the 2nd group
* built fort-like & geometric mounds
* 1st to trade & barter
2nd group
6 Historic Native American Indian Tribes were the:
1. Ottawa
2. Miami
3. Wyandot
4. Mingo (also called Seneca)
5. Shawnee
6. Delaware
O Oh
M my!
W Will
M mom
S smile
D delightfully!
Native Americans moved into Ohio to search of:
hunting grounds
land
Some Native Americans came to Ohio because of __________ with other tribes.
fights
arguments
Some Native Americans were pushed off the land by Europeans who wanted the hunting grounds for ___________.
farmland
Native Americans liked to settle near _________.
rivers
water
Native Americans obtained food by _______, ______, __________, ________, _________, and ___________.
hunting
fishing
gathering
farming
trading
trapping
H Happy
F fish,
G good
F fish,
T true
T tale.
It was positive for Native Americans to trade with Europeans because they received:
new goods like clothes & tools
technology (guns)
It was negative for Native Americans to trade because:
* exposed to diseases like Small Pox
* Guns wiped out food & fur supply
* caused Native Americans to fight each other to claim new hunting grounds
* Guns made the fights more deadly
timeline
a diagram that shows historical events in order, read left to right.
lick
a natural salt deposit.
deer like these
longhouses
a long wooden house in a Native American village that might house as many as 60 families.
wigwam
a rounded hut where one family would live.
built by Delaware, Shawnee, Miami & some Mingo
teepee
hunters built teepees while away on summer hunts. These teepees held only a few people. Similar to a tent, but covered with grass mats.
built by various native american hunters.