"Georgia's Natural Resources and History"


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Slide4100100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Georgia’s Natural Res. Georgia’s Waterways Early Settlers Indian Nations in GA Vocabulary Hodge Podge

Slide5This natural resource, found inGeorgia, was used to carve the Lincoln Memorial GA Natural Resources 100

Slide6What isGeorgia Marble GA Natural Resources 100

Slide7This natural resource ismined at the fall line. It’s uses include: coating for paper, filler for paint, plastics and rubber, & porcelain Georgia’s Natural Resources 200

Slide8What isKaolin GA Natural Resources 200

Slide9This natural resource foundin Georgia is used primarily in kitty litter. It can also be used in soaps and medicines. GA Natural Resources 300

Slide10What isFuller’s Earth GA Natural Resources 300

Slide11In what town is most ofGeorgia’s gold found? GA Natural Resources 400

Slide12What isDahlonega GA Natural Resources 400

Slide13What is the mineral minedin Georgia that is only mined in Augusta? GA Natural Resources 500

Slide14What isQuartzite GA Natural Resources 500

Slide15The only ocean thattouches Georgia GA Waterways 100

Slide16What is theAtlantic Ocean GA Waterways 100

Slide17Between the barrier islandsand the mainland is a four to six mile band of what? (It is a coastal waterway) GA Waterways 200

Slide18What areSalt Water Marshes GA Waterways 200

Slide19What are two of the fourrivers that flow through Georgia and into the Atlantic Ocean? GA Waterways 300

Slide20What are the Savannah,Ogeechee, Altamaha, and Satilla GA Waterways 300

Slide21This is the term used todescribe an area where freshwater and saltwater mix. GA Waterways 400

Slide22What areEstuaries GA Waterways 400

Slide23This river separates Georgiaand South Carolina GA Waterways 500

Slide24What isThe Savannah River GA Waterways 500

Slide25This Indian culturelasted from 1000 B.C. until 1000 A.D. and were best known for creating the bow and arrow Early Settlers 100

Slide26Who were theWoodland Indians Early Settlers 100

Slide27This Indian culturebegan about 700 A.D. They built moats and palisades, had tattoos, wore feather headdresses, and built burial mounds. Early Settlers 200

Slide28Who wereThe Mississippian Indians Early Settlers 200

Slide29These were the earliestsettlers. The name given to them means “very old”. They used weapons such as the atlatl. Early Settlers 300

Slide30Who were thePaleo Indians Early Settlers 300


Slide32This group of settlerswere separated into 3 periods. They relied on gathering food, hunting small game, and eventually planted crops. Early Settlers 400

Slide33Who were theArchaic Indians Early Settlers 400

Slide34What type of rock wasused by the early settlers to fashion spearheads, and later arrow heads. Early Settlers 500

Slide35What isShale Early Settlers 500

Slide36One of two main IndianNations in Georgia. The nation was made up of the Yamacraw, Yamasee, Ocmulgee, Oconee, Chiaha, & Apalachicola. Their true name was Muscogee. Indian Nations in GA 100

Slide37Who were theCreek Indian Nations in GA 100

Slide38This is the other IndianNation that settled in Georgia. They were separated into tribes, then clans. They had a government, and later would develop a written language. Indian Nations in GA 200

Slide39Who wereThe Cherokee Indian Nations in GA 200

Slide40Within a tribe there was asmaller group of people who believed that they were related. Indian Nations in GA 300

Slide41What isA Clan Indian Nations in GA 300

Slide42The Cherokee traced theirlineage through the mother. What is the term that describes this? Indian Nations in GA 400

Slide43What isMatrilineal Indian Nations in GA 400

Slide44The Cherokee had a lawthat was used to prevent feuds. The law was designed so that members of the tribe could “get even” Indian Nations in GA 500

Slide45What isThe Law of Retaliation Indian Nations in GA 500

Slide46This type of economy (usedby Native Americans) did not involve the use of money, only the exchange of goods or services. Vocab 100

Slide47What is aBarter Economy Vocab 100

Slide48This Cherokee Clanwere known as the “keepers of the earth” and were associated with the color green. Vocab 200

Slide49Who were theWild Potato Clan Vocab 200

Slide50Most tribes had two ofthese, one for making war, and one for peace. Vocab 300

Slide51What is aChief Vocab 300

Slide52Georgia has this type oftide, meaning there are two low tides and two high tides each day. Vocab 400

Slide53What isA Semidiurnal Tide Vocab 400

Slide54Georgia has two ofthese, one is located in Savannah, the other in Brunswick Vocab 500

Slide55What isA deep water seaport Vocab 500

Slide56Hodge Podge 100This term means the rise and fall of sea level due to the gravitational pull of the moon.

Slide57 What is a Tide Hodge Podge 100

Slide58Hodge Podge 200This rivers name means “river of the painted rock” in Cherokee.

Slide59Hodge Podge 200What is the Chattahoochee River

Slide60These are constructed tohold or reserve water for parts of Georgia that do not have much goundwater. Hodge Podge 300

Slide61What is aReservoir Hodge Podge 300

Slide62Hodge Podge 400The first settlers in our country are believed to be Asians who came to North America using the….

Slide63Hodge Podge 400What is the Bering Land Bridge

Slide64Hodge Podge 500What is the difference between an archaeologist And an archaeologist

Slide65Archaeologist- find and useartifacts to study the past Anthropologist- use artifacts to study culture. War Presidents 500

Slide66The Final JeopardyCategory is Cherokee Clans Please record your wager

Slide67There were seven Cherokeeclans that made up the Cherokee Nation. Name three of them (not including the Wild Potato Clan)

Slide68Who were the; BlueClan, Long Hair Clan, Bird Clan, Deer Clan, Wolf Clan, & Paint Clan

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