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What Native American tribe lived in the Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina, Western North Carolina, North East Georgia, and Tennessee?
a) Cherokee
b) Catawba
c) Yemassee
d) Navajo

What protected Native American villages from their enemies?
a) long distance telescopes
b) guns
c) palisades
d) Cannons

A native american tool that propelled spears farther and faster
a) Sling Shot
b) Mase
c) Trebuchet
d) Atlatl

The study of past people and culture through artifacts?
a) Archaeology
b) Histography
c) Psychology
d) Math

Carvings on cave and rock walls that tell a story
a) Pictographs
b) Jpegs
c) Gifs
d) Petroglyphs

Women were treated as second class citizens and could not make tribal decisions in Indian society. *
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Prehistoric refers to a period of time before written records were kept
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

What type of location is the precise position on Earth where something is located?
a) Relative Location
b) Absolute Location
c)
d)

What type of location describes a place compared with other places?
a) Relative Location
b) Absolute Location
c)
d)

The distance east or west of the Prime Meridian?
a) Latitude
b) Longitude
c)
d)

The distance north or south of the Equator?
a) Latitude
b) Longitude
c)
d)

21. What were the three most grown crops in SC (Three Sisters)?
a) Corn, beans, Squash
b) Beans, rice, wheat
c) Squash, honey, oats
d) Barley, soy, cotton

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