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18 Cards in this Set

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migrate
to move from 1 place to another
culture
a way of life shared by people with similar arts, beliefs and cudums.
domestication
the practice of breeding plants and taming animals to meet human needs
civilization
form of culture chracterized by city trade centers, spezialized workers, organized forms of government and religious systems
irrigations
the practice of bringing water to crops
technology
the use of tools and knowledge to meet human needs
slash and burn agriculture
a farming method in which people clear the fields by cutting and burning trees and grass, the ashes of which fertilize the siol
Iroquois Leagues
an allince formed by 5 differnt Iroquois tribes that brought about a long period of peace in the northen section of America ofr the Iroquois tribes.
Ice Age
a time of extreme cold that lasted for thousands of years-glaciers trapped so much water that the ocean level dropped.
bc
a measurement of time in history before the birth of Jesus Christ.
tracking
following
game
wild animals hunted for food
agriculture
farming- raising crops
steadty
constant
permanent
lasting
envrioment
surrounding animals, weather etc.
ecomomy
related to the production,distribution and using of goods
ad
after the date of the year of our lord.