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Haudenosaunee Unit Exam Audit Power Point. This force point is one of the audit devices for the unit exam. You additionally require your notes and your crossword riddle and you ought to go to the after school audit class. Prehistoric studies and Human sciences. Vocabulary. Finding as definite a date as would be prudent
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Haudenosaunee Unit Exam Review Power Point This power point is one of the audit apparatuses for the unit exam. You additionally require your notes and your crossword perplex and you ought to go to the after school survey class.

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Archeology and Anthropology Vocabulary

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Finding as correct a date as conceivable – Radio Carbon ( Carbon 14) Dating is a case of this sort of dating. Total Dating

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Evidence of New Stone Age or Neolithic individuals would be found at this kind of site. Town Site

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Objects found at a site of human residence –, for example, refuse from cooking, bones from eaten suppers and drops from making a point. Material Remains

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The spread of a thought and the innovation important to make it work. Dissemination

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A zone in which distinctive gatherings of individuals adjust to their encompassing in comparative ways. The Eastern Woodlands is an illustration. Culture Area

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The investigation of noteworthy or ancient people groups and their way of life by examination of their curios, non – versatile antiques and material remains Archeology

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Evidence of Paleo – Indian Big Game Hunters would be found at this kind of site Kill Site

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When man figured out how to tap the vitality in plants and creatures he could remain in one place longer. This is known as the . . . Neolithic Revolution

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A man made stay of a culture Artifact

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The study of man – the investigation of man and his way of life Anthropology

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Dating ancient rarities and material stays by contrasting them with things around them. The Law of Superposition is a case of this sort of dating. Relative Dating

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Evidence of Archaic Hunters and Gatherers would be found at this sort of site. Campground

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Five Changes that happen when a culture gets a steadier supply of nourishment Population expands Villages create Greater assortment of ancient rarities Trade grows More spare time to grow more mind boggling religious and political frameworks

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Iroquois Creation Story

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The Iroquois trust that the world is an island coasting on the back of an incredible . . . Ocean Turtle

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The Iroquois call the earth . . . Turtle Island

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What crops developed from the Twins Mother\'s body? Head – Corn, Beans and Squash Heart - Tobacco

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Corn, Beans and Squash were called . . . "Our Supporters – The Three Sisters"

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What creatures were made by the Right and Left Handed Twins? Right – Deer, Ground Squirrel and Porcupine Left – Mountain Lion, Weasel and Bear

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What were the initial two duels battled by the Twins? Extraordinary Bowl Game and Lacrosse

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Sapling, "He holds up the Sky", Master of Life and Great Creator are all names for the ____ Handed Twin? Right

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Who controls the day and who controls the night? Day – Right Handed Twin Night – Left Handed Twin

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Flint, "The Devious One", "The One Covered with Boils" and Old Wharty are all names for the ______ Handed Twin. Left

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What did the Iroquois call the moon? Our Grandmother

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What was the name of the Left - Handed Twin when he was the leader of the False Faces? Incredible Fellow

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Iroquois Family Organization Kinship System

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A general public in which the female is the leader of the family Matrilineal Society

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A general public in which the male is the leader of the family Patrilineal Society

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Iroquois name for the Nuclear Family of mother, father and youngsters Fireside Family

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Iroquois name for the Extended Family including every one of the relatives of your mom. Most vital family in the Iroquois world Longhouse Family

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You were dependably in the Longhouse and Clan of your . . . Mother

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What are the three factions that each Iroquois town has? Bear, Wolf and Turtle

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Clans of the Air Heron, Hawk and Snipe (Woodcock)

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Clans of the Land Bear, Wolf and Deer

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Clans of the Water Turtle, Beaver and Eel

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All the kids who live under the top of a Longhouse are . . . Siblings and Sisters

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Powers of the Clan Mother (Matron) Name youngsters Choose the boss Decide the destiny of detainees of war Arrange relational unions

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Iroquois Time and Religion

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What address opens all Iroquois celebrations? Thanksgiving Address

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Three sustenance cycles Hunting and angling cycle Gathering Cycle Domestic ( Agricultural ) Cycle

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"When the leaf of the oak tree achieves the measure of a squirrel\'s ear" the Iroquois : plant crops

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"When the corn is in the drain" the Iroquois commend the . . . Green Corn Festival

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"When the Three Sisters return home from the fields" the Iroquois praise the . . . Collect Festival

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Children are named twice per year by the Clan Matrons. What are the two celebrations at which youngsters are named? Green Corn and Mid - Winter

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Mid – Winter Festival – What occurred? Iroquois New Year Children named Honor the Great Creator Dream Rite White Dog Ceremony Great Bowl Game

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Three Spaces on the Turtle\'s Back Forest – Man\'s World Clearing – Woman\'s World of Water – Fishing, Trade, Travel and War

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How did you turn into an individual from the False Faces? Be cured by the False Faces Inherit a veil from your folks Have a fantasy about a soul that created illness

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Iroquois Confederacy Story and Iroquois Government

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Characters in the Confederacy Story Deganawidah – the Peacemaker Jigonsahseh – Mother of Nations Hiawatha – "He Who Combs" Atotarho – Evil Wizard

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Levels of Iroquois Government Village Council – Local Government Tribal Council – State Government Confederacy Council – National Government

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what number boss made up the Confederacy Council? 50

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The name for the boss that prompted the Confederacy Council yet did not vote Pine Tree Chiefs

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The head of the Iroquois Confederacy was . . . Atotarho

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Uses of Wampum Truth Memory Condolence

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Name the tribes from West to East and their Title inside the Confederacy

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Iroquois Tribes from West to East Seneca – Keepers of the Western Door Cayuga – Younger Brother Onondaga – Keepers of the Council Fire Oneida – Younger Brother Mohawk – Keepers of the Eastern Door

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Name the tribes from East to West and their Title inside the Confederacy

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Iroquois Tribes from East to West Mohawk – Keepers of the Eastern Door Oneida – Younger Brother Onondaga – Keepers of the Council Fire Cayuga – Younger Brother Seneca – Keepers of the Western Door

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Iroquois Symbolism

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Hiawatha Wampum Belt Represents the establishing of the Iroquois Confederacy The Tree of Peace is in the focal point of Iroquoia and furthermore speaks to the Onondaga The squares speak to alternate countries – Seneca, Cayuga, Oneida and Mohawk

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White Pine – Tree of Peace Eagle Branches White Roots of Peace War Club

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Circle Wampum Double string on the outside 50 strings going into the inside - Chiefs Circle in the center speaks to the general population

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Who is the man to one side of the tree and what is he holding in his correct hand? Hiawatha Strings of Wampum that speak to the laws of the Confederacy

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Who is the man to one side of the tree and what is he holding in his left hand? Deganawidah – the Peacemaker Cluster of Arrows

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Who is the man sitting before the tree and what is his position in the Iroquois Confederacy? Atotarho Head Chief

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Seal of the Iroquois 50 Confederacy Chiefs around the outside Nine families Tree of Peace

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Good Luck!

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