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Which culture was from about AD 800 to AD 1500?
a) Paleo b) Archaic c) Woodland d) Mississippian
Which culture was from about 10,000 BC to about 7,000 BC?
a) Paleo b) Archaic c) Woodland d) Mississippian
The way a particular people live at a given time in history is called...
a) tribe b) religion c) race d) culture
How is it believed that people arrived in North America?
a) People from Africa walked across a land bridge to North America. b) People from Asia walked across a land bridge to North America. c) People from Europe followed herds of animals to North America. d) People followed herds of animals to North America.
Examples of artifacts are
a) Arrowheads, fossils, tools, and pottery. b) Spear points, arrowheads, tools, and pottery. c) Fossils, pottery, bones, and arrowheads. d) Tools, bones, jewerly, and pottery.
The physical remains of things made by people are called...
a) fossils b) pottery c) tools d) artifacts
Scientists who study the items left behind by ancient people to determine how they lived are called...
a) biologists b) archaeologists c) scientists d) astronomers
Which culture was the most advanced?
a) Paleo b) Archaic c) Woodland d) Mississippian
Which cultue was from about 1000 BC to AD 800?
a) Paleo b) Archaic c) Woodland d) Mississippian
Who were the first families of Alabama?
a) Paleo b) Archaic c) Woodland d) Mississippian
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