Eastern Woodlands
Plains
Great Basin
Pacific Northwest
Southwestern

100

This is the explanation of the Land Bridge Theory.
What is how the early people may have migrated from Asia to the Americas?

100

This caused the earliest people to move frequently.
What is to follow their food source?

100

This is what the Great Basin Native Americans used to make their homes.
What are twigs and grasses?

100

The Pacific Northwest Native Americans used these to tell stories of their family history.
What are totem poles?

100

This is why the Southwestern Native Americans built their homes in the cliffs.
What is the cliffs formed a natural barrier against enemies and the elements of nature?

200

This is the type of home the early Eastern Woodland Native Americans lived in most often.
What are Longhouses?

200

Native Americans in the Great Plains used teepees and were frequently migrating because of this.
What is they were following and hunting the buffalo herds?

200

This animal represented good spirits to the people of the Great Basin. He is also known as "Father of the People."
What is the wolf?

200

This Native American tribe held potlatches as part of their culture.
Who are the Pacific Northwest?

200

This describes the environment inhabited by the Southwestern Native Americans.
What is hot desert?

300

Hunting, fishing, or growing crops are ways the Eastern Woodlands got this.
What is food?

300

The Spanish brought this to the Plains Native Americans which changed the way they lived and hunted.
What are horses?

300

This animal represented evil spirits to the people of the Great Basin.
What is the coyote?

300

The Pacific Northwest way of life can best be described by this.
What is they fished along the coast, rivers, and lakes?

300

In this Native American tribe, the women ran the villages and the men owned the property.
What are the Southwest Native Americans?

400

This describes how Native American tribes were similar.
What is they adapted to their environment?

400

The Plains Native Americans used this as their main source of food.
What is buffalo?

400

This describes the Native American's relationship with nature.
What is they felt a deep respect for nature?

400

This is a group's way of life and their beliefs.
What is culture?

400

These are ways Native Americans used the buffalo.
What are weapons, food, clothing, houses, tools, and containers?

500

These are the three main crops most Native Americans farmed.
What are corn, squash, and beans?

500

The Cheyenne were part of this Native American cultural group.
Who are the Plains Native Americans?

500

This is the powerful spirit the Great Basin Native Americans worshipped.
Who is Shaman?

500

In this Native American group, the leaders were selected by members of the community.
Who are the Great Basin Native Americans?

500

The Southwestern Native Americans developed this type of system to help grow their crops.
What is an irrigation system?