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TECHNOLOGY
THE DESIGN AND USE OFTOOLS, IDEAS AND METHODS TO SOLVE PROMLEMS.
TOTEM POLE
A TALL CARVED LOG USED BY NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE NORTH WEST COAST TO HONOR AN IMPORTANT PERSON OR TO MARK A SPECIAL EVENT.
POTLATCH
A SPECIAL FEAST GIVEN BY THE NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE NORTH WEST COAST IN WHICH THE GUESTS RECEIVE GIFTS
SITKA
A CITY IN ALASKA
LODGE
A TYPE OF HOME USED BY THE NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE PLAINS
PRAIRIE
FLAT OR GENTLY ROLLING LAND COVERED MOSTLY WITH GRASS AND WILD FLOWERS.
TEEPEE
A CONE-SHAPED TENT USED BY THE NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE PLAINS
TRAVOIS
A SLED LIKE DEVICE MADE BY THE NORTH AMERICANS OF THE PLAINS.
COUP STICK
A SPECIAL WEAPON USED BY THE LAKOTASIOUZ SOLIDER TO SHOW HIS BRAVERY BY TOUCHING, BUT NOT KILLING HIS ENEMY.
JERKY
FOOD MAKE FROM BUFFALO
LONGHOUSE
A HOME SHARED BY SEVERAL RELATED FAMILIES
WAMPUN
POLISHED BEADS USED IN GIFT-GIVING AND TRADING BY THE IROQUOIS AND OTHER NATIVE AMERICANS.
CLAN
A GROUP OF FAMILIES WHO SHARE THE SAME ANCESTOR.
IROQUOIS CONFEDERACY
THE UNION OF THE FIVE MAJOR IROQUOIS PEOPLES BEGINNING ABOUT 1570
PUEBLO
A SPANISH WORD MEANING VILLAGE
ADOBE
A TYPE OF CLAY USED AS A BUILDING MATERIAL
KACHINA
IN PUEBLO RELIGION THE LIVING SPIRIT OF AN ANCESTOR WHO HELPS BRING RAINS AND MAKES CROPS GROW.
1400 OLD ORAIBI
THE HOPI LIVE IN A LARGE PUEBLO NOW KNOWN AS OLD ORAIBI
1500 HEDENOSAUNEE TRAIL
THE IROQUOIS TRADE AND HUNT IN THE EASTERN WOODLANDS
1600 MISSISSIPPI RIVER
THE NATCHEZ RAISE CROPS IN THE SOUTH EAST
1600 SITKA
THE TLINGIT OF ALASKA HOLD CELEBRATIONS TO HONOR LEADERS AND FAMILY MEMBERS
1700 BLACK HILLS
THE LAKOTA SIOUX HUNT ON THE GREAT PLAINS.
LAKOTA SIOUX
THE MOST FAMOUS PLAINS INDIANS. THEY LIVED IN THE BLACK HILLS, SOUTH DAKOTA
(HOMELAND)
DECEMBER, 1890
THE BATTLE OF WOUNDED KNEE
THE IROQUOIS NATION
FIVE TRIBES
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca