Eastern Woodland Indians
Native American Relations
Potpourri
Vocab
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100

Name three main crops that were grown by the Eastern Woodland Indians
Corn, beans, squash

100

The trading of this item led to strong relationships between Europeans and Native Americans, especially the French
Deerskin and furs

100

The greatest killer of Native Americans was...
Disease

100

Workers who were considered property
Slaves

100

_______________ was the first colony to be successfully settled by the English, and the cash crop they learn to grow successfully is __________________.
Virginia; tobacco

200

State the two reasons why these groups lived and traveled along sources of water
Food and transportation

200

Name two Native American contributions (how they changed the culture of Europeans)
Cultivation of food, words like raccoon and moccasin, taught Europeans to hunt and farm

200

Native Americans settled into permanent villages when they learned to do this…
Grow crops (be food producers)

200

The way of life of a group of people
Culture

200

The ____________________ believed in equality of all peope before God and settled the colony of Pennsylvania, which was settled based on the principle of religious tolerance.
Quakers

300

A common food made by mixing corn, water, and lye.
Hominy

300

The MAIN disagreement between Native Americans and Europeans was over this...
Land

300

What sections of the state were the Yemassee and the Cherokee located in?
Yemassee – Low Country; Cherokee- UpCountry

300

French Protestants who sought refuge from the Catholics in the attempted, but unsuccessful, settlement of Charlesfort in SC.
Huguenots

300

_____________________ was the first Spanish settlement attempted in South Carolina.
San Miguel deGualdape

400

Before planting food, the Native Americans got their food by doing what?
Hunting and gathering (many fished)

400

The name of the European explorer who marched through South Carolina on his way to the Mississippi River:
DeSoto

400

The first legislative body to meet in America, established by the London Company in the colony of Virginia.
House of Burgesses

400

Spanish explorers, adventurers, or soldiers...
Conquistadores

400

The Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth in 1620 on the __________________ and signed a compact, establishing a government, by the same name.
Mayflower

500

Name the three most important tribes to South Carolina
Catawba, Cherokee, Yemassee

500

Name three ways Native Americans used natural resources...
Carved rocks for arrowheads, animal bones for farming tools, trees for canoes, animal hides to disguise themselves as they hunted, etc.

500

The first proposed laws of the colony of Carolina (SC) that allowed freedom of religion but created a noble class.
Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina

500

A grant of land provided to settlers upon paying for a passage, used to entice immigration to colonies like South Carolina.
Headright

500

______________’s exploration of the interior of SC left us the only written record of the Mississippian culture.
Hernando deSoto