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    Unit1 Lesson3 Unit1 Lesson3 Presentation Transcript

    • Vocabulary UNIT 1, LESSON 3 UNIT 1, LESSON 3 By: Mr. Casey
    • surplus (noun) more than is needed(noun) more than is needed
    • specialize (verb) to focus on one kind of product or(verb) to focus on one kind of product or activityactivity Eastern WoodlandsEastern Woodlands Desert SouthwestDesert Southwest (Pueblo)(Pueblo)
    • economy (noun) a system of organizing resources,(noun) a system of organizing resources, such as money and goodssuch as money and goods
    • interact (verb) to talk to and work with others(verb) to talk to and work with others
    • barter (verb) to trade goods for other goods(verb) to trade goods for other goods without the use of moneywithout the use of money
    • barter
    • government (noun) a system of laws and the people who(noun) a system of laws and the people who carry them outcarry them out
    • N.A Governments Just as we have governments today, many Native American tribes had governments or leaders as well Why would you need a system of government?
    • Convincing People to Cooperate Deganawidah asked Hiawatha to explain and spread his ideas to other groups. This led to the council that made up the Iroquois Confederacy. They discussed land use, trade, and war? What do our leaders discuss and work on today?