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7th grade test 1 review
7th grade test 1 review
7th grade test 1 review
7th grade test 1 review
7th grade test 1 review
7th grade test 1 review
7th grade test 1 review
7th grade test 1 review
7th grade test 1 review
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  • 1. Test #1 Review Pre-Columbian America
  • 2.
    • How did people get to North America from Asia?
    • Why did they come?
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • Who would study these ruins?
    • Evidence?
      • Copied Iroquois
      • Made wooden homes
      • Terrace farming
      • Advanced civilization
  • 5. What does CULTURE mean?
    • Ways of life shared by members of a society
  • 6.
    • Why were there so many different native cultures throughout North America?
    • Which Indian group hunted buffalo?
  • 7.
    • Plains Indians (Cree, etc) lived in homes made from Buffalo skin
    • Northwest Coast Indians (Inuits, etc) wore clothing made of seal skins.
    • Eastern Woodlands (Iroquois, Algonquins, etc) lived in longhouses made of wood.
    • Why were they different?
  • 8. What are some examples of landforms?
    • Mountains
    • Hills
    • Plains
    • Plateaus
    • Valleys
  • 9. Primary Sources
    • Letters
    • Photographs
    • Autobiographies
    • Journals/diaries
    • Lists/receipts
    • Personal items
  • 10. Secondary Sources
    • Textbook
    • Encyclopedia
    • Biographies
    • Anything written by someone who WAS NOT there!

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