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$ 100 Question
According to the land bridge theory, from which continent
did early people cross into North America?
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A.
Africa
B.
Asia
C.
Europe
D.
South America
$ 100 Question
According to the land bridge theory, from which continent
did early people cross into North America?
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A.
C.
Africa
B.
D.
Asia
$ 200 Question
After water, what was the most important
natural resource for the Plains Indians?
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A.
Fish
B.
Trees
C.
Buffalo
D.
Rivers
$ 200 Question
After water, what was the most important
natural resource for the Plains Indians?
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A.
Fish
B.
C.
Buffalo
D.
$ 500 Question
Which of these natural resources was most important
to people of the Eastern Woodlands and the
Northwest Coast?
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A.
wood
B.
corn
C.
adobe
D.
grass
$ 500 Question
Which of these natural resources was most important
to people of the Eastern Woodlands and the
Northwest Coast?
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A.
C.
wood
B.
D.
corn
$ 1,000 Question
What large mountain range is located in
the western part of the United States?
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A.
Himalayas
B.
Andes
C.
Rockies
D.
Appalachian
$ 1,000 Question
What large mountain range is located in
the western part of the United States?
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A.
C.
B.
Rockies
D.
Appalachian
$ 2,000 Question
Scientists can learn a great deal about the life of
early people living in the Americas from __________.
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A.
the seasons
B.
C.
erosion
D.
the economy
artifacts
$ 2,000 Question
Scientists can learn a great deal about the life of
early people living in the Americas from __________.
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A.
B.
the economy
C.
D.
artifacts
$ 4,000 Question
Why did the economy of Native Americans living in the
Arctic cause families to band together?
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When food was scarce,
the families shared seal meat.
A.
C.
They had to travel long
Distances to hunt seals.
They were able to grow
B.
plenty of food in the summer.
They held potlatch celebrations
D.
to share their many resources.
$ 4,000 Question
Why did the economy of Native Americans living in the
Arctic cause families to band together?
50:50
When food was scarce,
the families shared seal meat.
They were able to grow
plenty of food in the summer.
A.
B.
C.
D.
$ 8,000 Question
Native Americans often held a ________
to celebrate a cultural or religious event.
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A.
show
B.
presentation
C.
ceremony
D.
observance
$ 8,000 Question
Native Americans often held a ________
to celebrate a cultural or religious event.
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A.
C.
B.
ceremony
D.
observance
$ 16,000 Question
What is the main reason that early peoples in the
Americas began to live in larger, more settled villages?
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They found dependable
water sources
They learned how to
hunt with bows and arrows
B.
They needed protection
from warring peoples
D.
A.
C.
They developed
agriculture
$ 16,000 Question
What is the main reason that early peoples in the
Americas began to live in larger, more settled villages?
50:50
They found dependable
water sources
A.
B.
C.
D.
They developed
agriculture
$ 32,000 Question
What was used to group Eastern Woodland peoples
as Iroquoian or Algonquian?
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The types of homes
they built
B.
the languages they
spoke
The systems of
government they used
D.
the crops they grew
A.
C.
$ 32,000 Question
What was used to group Eastern Woodland peoples
as Iroquoian or Algonquian?
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A.
B.
the languages they
spoke
C.
D.
the crops they grew
$ 64,000 Question
Use the cultural map to answer the question:
Which of the following Iroquois Nations had
the largest cultural region in the Eastern Woodlands?
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A.
The Seneca
B.
The Mohawk
C.
The Cayuga
D.
The Oneida
$ 64,000 Question
Use the cultural map to answer the question:
Which of the following Iroquois Nations had
the largest cultural region in the Eastern Woodlands?
50:50
A.
C.
The Seneca
B.
D.
The Mohawk
$ 125,000 Question
What early civilization in the Americas
developed a counting system that included zero?
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A.
The Adena
C.The Ancient
Puebloan
B.
The Olmec
D.
The Mayan
$ 125,000 Question
What early civilization in the Americas
developed a counting system that included zero?
50:50
A.
B.
The Olmec
C.
D.
The Mayan
$ 250,000 Question
What other resources did the Northwest Coast people
have that were important to their economy?
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A.
Buffalo
B.
Wheat
C.
Salmon
D.
Cows
$ 250,000 Question
What other resources did the Northwest Coast people
have that were important to their economy?
50:50
A.
Buffalo
C.
Salmon
B.
D.
$ 500,000 Question
How did the people of the Arctic learn to adapt their
shelters to the resources that were available?
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Because there were no trees,
A. the people used blocks of ice
to build shelters called igloos.
C.
In the winter, the Arctic
people lived in caves.
In the summer, Arctic people
B. built shelters out of buffalo
hide.
Those people that couldn’t
D.
adapt their shelters migrated.
$ 500,000 Question
How did the people of the Arctic learn to adapt their
shelters to the resources that were available?
50:50
Because there were no trees,
A. the people used blocks of ice
to build shelters called igloos.
In the summer, Arctic people
B. built shelters out of buffalo
hide.
C.
D.
$ 1 Million Question
Using the following video, answer the question:
What kinds of natural resources were used to build each
of the following shelters?
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A.
Animals skins, rock,
and ice
B.
Animal skins, sod,
and ice
C.
Trees, sod,
and ice
D.
Animal skins, trees,
and adobe
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Video 1
$ 1 Million Question
Using the following video, answer the question:
What kinds of natural resources were used to build each
of the following shelters?
50:50
A.
B.
Animal skins, sod,
and ice
C.
D.
Animal skins, trees,
and adobe

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