SS8H1

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SS8H1
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2014-09-03 10:48:46
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These are the vocabulary terms that help students evaluate the development of Native American cultures and the impact of European exploration and settlement on the Native American cultures in Georgia.
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  1. The system in which older persons in a family or other members of a group repeated narratives of events over and over until the younger generations learned them by heart.
    Oral Tradition
  2. Those who dig into the earth to find artifacts that will  tell us something about early inhabitants.
    Archaeologists
  3. Pottery shards, weapons, tools, jewelry, or any items that were made by people.
    Artifacts
  4. A type of rock that is formed in successive layers.
    Shale
  5. Those who use these artifacts along with cave drawings, well-traveled pathways, and oral history to study the culture of a group.
    Anthropologists
  6. The beliefs, traditions, music, art, and social institutions of a group of people who share common experiences.
    Culture
  7. Also known as arrowheads.
    Projectile Points
  8. A word coming from the Greek, meaning "very old"
    Paleo
  9. A smooth stone sling-like implement used to throw darts far more accurately than if they were thrown by hand.
    Atlatl
  10. Another word for roaming.
    Nomadic
  11. From the Greek, meaning "old"
    Archaic
  12. The science of cultivating plants, and trees, began in the late Archaic period.
    Horticulture
  13. A group of people who share a common ancestry, name, and way of living.
    Tribe
  14. Wooden fences.
    Palisades
  15. A garbage pile.
    Midden
  16. A group of families
    Clan

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