Definitions
Shelters
Tribes
Geography
Ancient Stuff
100

another word for "very old"

ancient

100

It keeps a person out of the wind, rain, sun, and other weather.

Shelter

100

The tribe our state is named after. 

Ute

100

The capital city of Utah

Salt Lake City

200

Ancient object

artifact

200

The shelter used by Najavo people. Its made from cedar logs and mud. 

Hogan

200

Tribe that lives in Hogan use wool to make blankets.

Navajo

200

The mountain range east of Salt Lake City

Wasatch mountains

300

Ancient painting on a rock wall

Pictograph

300

Shelter used by Ancient Puebloans. 

Pueblo or cliff-dwelling

300

Tribe that used tepees and stretched from Wyoming through Utah to Nevada. 

Shoshone

300

The dry, salty region of Utah

The Basin and Range

400

Ancient carving in rock

petroglyph

400

Shelter used by Shoshone and Ute tribes. It is made of skin coverings stretched over long poles. 

Tepee

400

Tribe from the great basin who live in Wicki-ups.

Goshute

400

The wet, colder region of Utah

The Rocky Mountain region

400

Ancient hunter-gatherers who lived in circular pit houses. They used irrigation to water their fields. 

Fremont People

500

They dig up and examine relics and artifacts from the past in order to better understand past peoples and cultures.

Archaeologists

500

Shelter used by the Paiute and Goshute tribes. It is made of poles and sticks covered by brush and plant material. 

Wicki-ups

500

Tribe from southwestern Utah that traditionally lived in wicki-ups. Today, their tribal headquarters is in Cedar City. 

Paiutes

500
The region of Utah where the Green and Colorado rivers flow; region with the 5 national parks of Utah

The Colorado Plateau

500

Name of the cliff-dwellers of southeastern Utah in ancient times.

Ancient Puebloans

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