SS. Quarterly I
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SS. Quarterly I
Imaginary lines that run north to south and measure distance from the Prime Meridian...
Imaginary lines that run east to west and measure the distance from the Equator....
The study of the Earth, people, land, and climate....
North, South, East, West are all...
Ususal weather in a place over many years...
Section of the map that explains symbols
The part of the map that gives the cardinal directions...
The part of the map that tells the subject matter...
The part of the map that gives distance in comparison to actual size in either miles or kilometers...
A scientist who examines objects to learn about past people and cultures....
A group of people with similar backgrounds, wealth, and ways of living....
A society that has cities, a central government run by leaders, and artisians....
Written and recorded events....
The past before writing was invented....
Use lines of latitude and longitude are used to find.....
Water, fossil fuels, minerals are all.....
The number of people divided by square miles in a region....
North America is in which Hemisphere? Eastern or Western
Asia is in the _______________ Hemisphere....
Line of 0 degrees latitude....
Line of 0 degrees longitude....
What allowed archeologists to understand more about the Iceman?
His tools, clothing, and body
What type of ax did the ice man have?
How did people get food in the Old Stone Age?
hunting and gathering
What new ways did people get food in the New Stone Age?
farming and domesticating animals
Food surplus led to a...... population...
Many ideas were spread by .....
Cities are represented by.....
dots or large dots on a map
Capitols are represented by ......
stars on the map
When the population grew, what did the people begin to do?
They went to cities and new jobs were created.
How many years are between 2000AD and 3000 BC?