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Longhouse

Iroquois house about 150-200 feet long, built of wooden poles covered with sheets of bark and housing about 12 families

Clan

A group of related families



Tepee

A circular tent made by stretching buffalo skins over wooden poles



Adobe

Sun-dried bricks


Pueblo

A multi-storied structure of the Anasazi that could house up to 250 people



Bering Strait

Land bridge from Asia to Alaska



Inuit

People who moved from Asia to North America




Most settled along the coast of the Tundra region

Gulf of Mexico

Gulf that is located next to Mexico, next to Florida, and south of other American states



Hopewell

Eastern woodlands group, near the Ohio River Valley

Cahokia

Modern city of St. Louis, IL, over 10,000 people, found a pyramid here


Iroquois

Northeast of the Mississippian culture, lived in villages called log houses, hunters and warriors,




Corn, beans, and squash

Plains Indians

West of the Mississippi River basin, farmed in the Great plains on the river basin




Buffalo, Tepees



Anasazi

Southwest, turned the desert lands into fertile farming land, used Adobe and lived in Pueblos

Mesa Verde

In Southern Colorado, there is an Anasazi national park