Unit 1 Native Peoples Of North America Question Preview (ID: 38536)


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What were the Navajo known for?
a) migrating south, learning from the Pueblo
b) living in longhouses with multiple families
c) villages centered around a council house
d) dry farming, homes with no front door

What were the Pueblo known for?
a) dry farming, homes with no front door
b) migrating south, learning from the Navajo
c) living in longhouses with other families
d) villages centered around a council house

What were the Inuit known for?
a) hunting in the Pacific Northwest
b) wealthy civilization, overpopulation
c) chocolate, calendars, zero, stone carvings
d) building mounds in Illinois

What were the people of Cahokia known for?
a) building mounds in Illinois
b) chocolate, calendars, zero, stone carvings
c) hunting in the Pacific Northwest
d) wealthy civilization, overpopulation

What were the Olmec known for?
a) chocolate, calendars, zero, stone carvings
b) wealthy civilization, overpopulation
c) building mounds in Illinois
d) hunting in the Pacific Northwest

What were the Mayans known for?
a) wealthy civilization, overpopulation
b) hunting in the Pacific Northwest
c) building mounds in Illinois
d) chocolate, calendars, zero, stone carvings

What were the Iroquois known for?
a) living in longhouses with multiple families
b) keeping records in the winter months
c) villages centered around a council house
d) migrating south, learning from the Pueblo

What were the Three Sisters?
a) Susie, Sally, Samantha
b) squash, beans, maize
c) head of the Creek Confederacy
d) Mrs. Goodson, Mrs. VanZant, Mrs. Alderman

What does it mean to adapt to your environment?
a) using the resources available to you to survive and thrive
b) Native American government
c) Iroquois Confederacy
d) Coup stick

Why were horses important to Native Americans civilization?
a) hunting, farming, travel
b) eat them
c) start confederacies
d) build mounds

What type of farming is slash and burn?
a) cut down trees and burn the undergrowth
b) dry farming
c) irrigation using ditches and canals
d) maize, squash, beans

What is a teepee?
a) a cone shaped home made of animal hides
b) dome shaped Navajo home
c) longhouse that the Iroquois lived in
d) Pueblo houses with no front doors

What is a coup stick?
a) used to touch the enemy to show bravery
b) sled used to pull items by humans or animals
c) cone shaped home made of animal hides
d) stick used to build teepees

What is a travois?
a) a sled used to pull items by humans or animals
b) farming method used to burn undergrowth
c) dome shaped Navajo home
d) move from one area to another

What does it mean to migrate?
a) move from one area to another
b) dome shaped Navajo home
c) supplying dry land with water
d) study remains of ancient people

What is a hogan?
a) dome shaped Navajo home
b) cone shaped teepee
c) method of supplying dry land with water
d) special feast where the guests receive gifts

What is a potlatch?
a) special feast where the guests receive gifts
b) a person who studies remains from ancient times
c) move from one area to another
d) method of supplying dry land with water

What is irrigation?
a) method of supplying dry land with water
b) special feast where the guests receive gifts
c) move from one area to another
d) a person who studies remains from ancient times

What is an archaeologist?
a) a person who studies remains from ancient times
b) move from one area to another
c) special feast where the guests receive gifts
d) method of supplying dry land with water

What were the Creek known for?
a) villages centered around a council house
b) keeping records in the winter months
c) wealthy civilization, overpopulation
d) building mounds in Illinois

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