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Someone who digs up artifacts archaeologist
How hot or cold the weather is climate
How people speak/talk language
When something needs another thing dependent
Something that archaeologists dig up artifact
Where multiple habitats are environment
A long word for fences palisades
The kind of fishing net that Native American men used weir
Something that stands out distinct
The language that the Monacans spoke Siouan
The name of the tribe that spoke Siouan Monacan
The language that the Powhatans spoke Algonquian
The name of the tribe that spoke Algonquian Powhatan
The name of the tribe that spoke Iroquoian Cherokee
The language that the Cherokees spoke Iroquoian

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Word Study Crossword

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Virginia's Indians Eastern Woodlands
Languages spoken primarily in the Tidewater region, the Powhatan were a part of this group. Algonquian
Languages spoken primarily in the Piedmont region - the Monacan were part of this group. Siouan
Languages spoken in Southwestern Virginia near what is today North Carolina; the Cherokee were part of this group. Iroquoian
Arrowheads, pottery, and other tolls that have been found that tell a lot about the people who lived in Virginia. artifact
Their digs have recovered new material evidence about Werowocomoco and historical Jamestown. archiologist
A large Indian town used by Indian leaders for several hundred years before the English settlers came and was the headquarters Powhatan. Werowocomoco
A style of home built by Native American tribes in various parts of North America. longhouse
Land east of the Chesapeake Bay, includes part of Maryland and Virginia. Eastern Shore
An area of land surrounded by water on three sides. peninsula
The weather of a location over time. climate
The line east of the Appalachian Mountains, marking the end of the coastal plains and the beginning of the Piedmont Plateau. fall line

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s.s indians Crossword

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what native american tribe lived on beaches during summer yemassee
what naive american tribe had two chiefs a red and white chief cherokee
A fence that is sharp,tall, and protects a village usually made of sticks palisade
a weaving of sticks put together with mud wattle and duab
a sharp tip at the end of your spear or arrow projectile point
built from trees used to navigate water dug out canoe
tribe that lived in the sand hills of sc catawba
kind of people that move from place to place for food nomads
the yemassee tribe met in a ____________ council house
the cherokee _________ed the water to catch more fish poison

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Ohio Indian Culture Crossword

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Sport played by the Iroquois Indians lacrosse
Animal that is a source of food and clothing bison
A weapon used indian tribes tomahawk
A dome shaped building used by Indian tribes wigwam
Another name for corn used by Indian tribes maize
Beads and shells used as money wampum
Another name for fence or wall used to protect Indians from enemies palisade
A type of sled pulled by an animal such as a horse or dog to carry goods travois
Another name for a story told by Indian tribes legend
Another name for Ohio Iroquois Tribe Mingo

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THE JAMESTOWN COLONY Word Search

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ARRIVAL
DETERIORATE
ANGLO POWHATAN
WARRIOR
TOBACCO
HARVEST
EUROPEAN
INDENTURED SERVANTS
CHIEF
SURVIVING
CANNIBALISM
APPROXIMATELY
HURRICANE
BERMUDA
CAPTAIN
MOSQUITOES
AGRICULTURE
GODSPEED
NEW WORLD
SUPPLY
WARFARE
DISEASE
NEWCOMERS
JOHNSMITH
JOHN ROLFE
EMPIRE
CONFEDERACY
ROANOKE
SETTLEMENT
STARVATION
COLONISTS
LONDON
COLONY
POWHATAN
POCAHONTAS
COMPANY
VIRGINIA
JAMESTOWN

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Archaeology Crossword

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The scientific study of past human cultures by analyzing things people have left behind. archaeology
Scientists who study past human cultures by analyzing what people have left behind. archaeologist
An object made and used by people who lived long ago; the objects(items) show a certain time period and culture of the people who used them. artifact
A set of learned beliefs, values, and behaviors that show a way of life shared by members of a society. culture
The systematic digging and recording of a site; also known as a "dig". excavation
A small excavation unit dug to test the ground to look for other interesting buried artifacts. testpit
A general term for stone points that were crafted into darts, spears, or arrows; often erroneously termed "arrowheads". projectilepoints
Many layers or levels of earth in an archaeological site strata
The layering of deposits in archaeological sites. Cultural remains become buried over time, forming strata or layers. stratigraphy
Network of uniformly spaced squares that divides a site into units; used to measure and record items found during an excavation or "dig". grid
Place where people once lived and objects remain or artifacts were left behind. site
An area used for garbage or trash disposal. midden
The process of making a sharp blade by knocking off flakes around the edges of one rock by using another rock. knapping
A small tool used for digging and excavating with the purpose of scraping off only the tiniest layer of dirt at a time. trowel
Method of shaking the collected dirt through a screen to find tiny artifacts or midden. screening
Permanent places within a site like artifacts, these places are something made by people, but is also a place, such as roads, buildings, swimming pools, cemetaries, hearth, etc. feature

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early humans Crossword

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was the key to the survival of Paleolithic people during the Ice Ages. Fire
people that moved place to places Nomads
development of different kinds of jobs. Specialization
or tame animals and plants for human use. Domesticate
a method to help humans perform tasks. Technology
the study of humans. Anthropologist
things that have been preserved in rocks and ground Fossils
weapon, tools and other things made by humans. Artifacts
the study of fossils and artifacts Archaeologists
people that study the human path. Historians

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Stone Age Crossword

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Scientist who learns about past human life by studying fossils and artifacts Archaeologist
Weapon, tool, or other item made by humas Artifact
A person who studies and writes about the human past Historian
The earlist part of a time period Paleolithic
People who travel from place to place Nomad
Long periods of extreme cold Iceage
The newest part of a time period Neolithic
The taming of plants and animals Domesticate
The science or practice of farming Agriculture
A particular line of work Specialization

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SkyRecords Indian Removal Crossword Puzzle

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The first Native American tribe to leave Georgia was... Creek
This Native American tribe's land was where gold was found... Cherokee
The long, westward journey that Native Americans had to pursue... Trail of Tears
The state where Creek and Cherokee Native Americans lived... Georgia
The state where some of the Native Americans went to when they were forced out of their home... Oklahoma
Sam__broke the law by settling on Native American land... Worchester
The Cherokee capital in Georgia... New Echota
The first published Native American newspaper... Cherokee Phoenix
Created the first written Native American language... Sequoyah
The first Native American written language... Syllabary
A smart Cherokee-White man... John Ross
This is the location where gold was found in Georgia... Dahlonega
A series of battles that was mostly fought by this Native American tribe... Creek War
The war in the 1800s that was fought by the Americans, Bristish, and thier allies... War of 1812
The buying of westward land from the French in the 1800s... Louisiana Purchase

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Virginia Studies Bingo

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These bingo cards contain the following answers:

VA Indian culture
7 Tribes of the Coastal Plain
Portuguese
Africans
powwow
1619
agriculture
women
Jamestown
Christopher Columbus
Werowocomoco
architecture
Siouan
Monocan
Algonquian
Iroquoian
1620
1607
peninsula
artifacts
Eastern Woodland Indians
natural resources
capital resources
tobacco economy

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Blood on the River Crossword Puzzle

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

Who died in the raid? James
Who is the main character? Samuel
Who saved Captain Smith from getting his brains bashed out? pocahontas
Who was John Laydon's baby? Virginia
Who was the Cheif of the Powhatans? Cheif Powhatans
What was Samuel trying to get back in the beginning of the book? A locket
What was the village Samuel went to stay for a while? Warraskoyack
What was the name of Cheif Powhatan's village? Werowocomoco
Where did Samuel take baby Virginia when he stole her? Point Comfort
What was the biggest boats name? Susan Constant
Where is Samuel from? England
What language does Samuel learn? Algonquian
Who end's up being friends with Samuel? Richard
After Master Wingfeild leaves who becomes President? Captain Ratcliffe
Who is John Laydon's wife? Ann Laydon
What did Captain Smith accuse Master Wingfeild of being? A traitor
What did Samuel learn how to use in defence? Sword
Who came to stay in Jamestown? Namontack
Who was Samuel's friend when he stayed in an indian village? Kainta
What is the James River called to the Powhatan's Powhatan River

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