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  • The First Americans Lesson 2-Vocabulary Lesson 2-Vocabulary By Mr. Casey
  • Agenda Vocabulary American Indian Groups Working Together
  • custom (noun) an accepted way of doing something
  • tradition (noun) a set of customs that people create over time
  • folklore (noun) a group’s stories or customs
  • ceremony (noun) a set of activities done for a special purpose
  • religion (noun) a system of faith or worship
  • Trading & The Barter System The Barter System Native Americans resources depended on the region that they lived in. How did they get other resources and ideas? TRADE (BARTER) We didn’t alwaysWe didn’t always speak the samespeak the same language, but welanguage, but we developed a system ofdeveloped a system of trade!trade! Tribes would trade their surplus of food or resources for materials from other regions
  • Review Native Americans did work together through trading surplus items (corn, bison, pottery, etc.) Native American celebrations and ceremonies had different purposes. Some honored nature, some were for special occasions like potlatches, and some were religious ceremonies. Native Americans passed on traditions and customs through oral language, practice, or folklore. Many customs involved the relationship they had with nature.
  • Review Native Americans did work together through trading surplus items (corn, bison, pottery, etc.) Native American celebrations and ceremonies had different purposes. Some honored nature, some were for special occasions like potlatches, and some were religious ceremonies. Native Americans passed on traditions and customs through oral language, practice, or folklore. Many customs involved the relationship they had with nature.