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1 Hungry 4 History Trivia VA Studies 2010 and beyond Level 2 1 Who were the first people to live in Virginia? 2 3 American Indians lived in areas of Virginia. Christopher Columbus called the people he found in the lands he explored Indians because he thought he was in the (near China). 4 5 What evidence is there that American Indians lived in all areas of the state? Name two artifacts found in Virginia. 6 7 Name the three major language groups found in Virginia. The were part of the Algonquian language group. 8 9 What was spoken in Southwestern Virginia and in Southern Virginia near what is today North Carolina? Which languages were spoken primarily in the Piedmont region? Virginia Studies VS.2 d, e, f, g

2 10 11 Which languages were spoken primarily in the Tidewater region? The Cherokee were a part of this language group? The were part of the Siouan language group. Virginia s American Indians worked with the and the to meet their basic needs Virginia Indian have changed over time. What are the characteristics of Virginia s climate? 16 17, which have a variety of trees, cover most of the land in Virginia. Virginia s Indians are referred to as Indians. 18 The kinds of food the American Indians ate, the clothing they wore, and the shelters they had depended upon the. 19 In winter, the American Indians hunted and and lived on stored foods from the previous fall. Virginia Studies VS.2 d, e, f, g

3 20 21 In, the American Indians hunted, fished, and picked berries. In, the American Indians grew crops (beans, corn, and squash). 22 In fall, the American Indians and hunted for foods to preserve and keep for the winter. 23 What did the American Indians use for clothing? What did the American Indians use for shelter? Native peoples of the past,, and for food Native peoples of the past made homes using resources. Today, most native peoples live like other. 28 study all kinds of material evidence left by people from the past. 29 What was the name of the large Indian town used by Indian leaders for several hundred years before the English settlers came? Virginia Studies VS.2 d, e, f, g

4 30 31 Where was the headquarters of the leader, Powhatan, located in 1607? What became the first permanent English settlement in North America? 32 Who has lived in Virginia for thousands of years? 33 Archaeologists have discovered the site of the original Jamestown fort. The recovered artifacts give archaeologists clues about the interactions of, and in early Virginia How many American Indian tribes are recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia today? Where do the American Indians, who can trace their family histories back to well before 1607, continue to live today in Virginia? 36 What current state-recognized American Indian tribe is located in the Piedmont region? 37 What are the names of the current state-recognized American Indian tribes in Virginia? 38 In what region of Virginia are the Chickahominy, Eastern Chickahominy, Mattaponi, Nansemond, Pamunkey, Rappahannock, and Upper Mattaponi state-recognized American Indian tribes located? 39 Virginia Studies VS.2 d, e, f, g

5 1 American Indians 3 2 Indies all 5 4 arrowheads pottery tools artifacts 7 6 Powhatan Algonquian Siouan Iroquoian 9 8 Siouan languages Iroquoian languages Answers Level 2

6 11 10 Iroquoian Algonquian languages climate/environment Monacan relatively mild with 4 distinct seasons cultures Eastern Woodland Forests birds and animals seasons Answers Level 2

7 21 20 summer spring animal skins (deerskin) harvested crops farmed, hunted, and fished materials around them Americans natural Werowocomoco Archaeologists Answers Level 2

8 31 30 Jamestown Werowocomoco English, Africans, and Indians American Indian people in all parts of Virginia eight 37 Chickahominy Eastern Chickahominy Mattaponi Nansemond Pamunkey Rappahannock Upper Mattaponi Monacan Monacan Coastal Plain (Tidewater) region Answers Level 2

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