Native Americans

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something that is always needed or used
a celebration to honor a cultural or religious event
cone-shaped shelters were built by covering a wooden frame with mud or adobe
cone-shaped tent
layer of soil held together by the roots of grasses
made of two poles tied together at one end and then fastened to a hardness on a dog
sun- dried bricks made of clay and straw
beads cut from seashells to make beaded designs that shoed important decisions, events, or stories
a group of leaders who meet to make decisions
round, bark covered shelters
made it possible for people to produce more goods
adjust their ways of life to the land
an early family member
large round eathern houses
an area in which people share some ways of life
walls of tall qooden poles, around their villages
extra amounts of food
a system that allows people to get goods from faraway places
an idea based on study and research
way of life or an idea that has been handed down from the past
group of people with ways of life, religion and learning
loose group of grovernments working together
objects made by people
short supply
movement of people
group of people in a society who have something in common
Iroquois lived in shelters called

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