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Title: Haudenosaunee Unit Exam Review Power Point


1
Haudenosaunee Unit Exam Review Power Point
  • This power point is one of the review
  • tools for the unit exam. You also need your
    notes and your crossword puzzle and you should
    come to the after school review class.

2
Archaeology and Anthropology
  • Vocabulary

3
Finding as exact a date as possible Radio
Carbon ( Carbon 14) Dating is an example of this
type of dating.
Absolute Dating
4
Evidence of New Stone Age or Neolithic people
would be found at this type of site.
Village Site
5
Objects found at a site of human habitation
such as garbage from cooking, bones from eaten
meals and flakes from making a point.
Material Remains
6
The spread of an idea and the technology
necessary to make it work.
Diffusion
7
An area in which different groups of people adapt
to their surrounding in similar ways. The
Eastern Woodlands is an example.
Culture Area
8
The study of historic or prehistoric peoples
and their culture by analysis of their artifacts,
non movable artifacts and material remains
Archaeology
9
Evidence of Paleo Indian Big Game Hunters
would be found at this type of site
Kill Site
10
When man learned to tap the energy in plants and
animals he was able to stay in one place longer.
This is called the . . .
Neolithic Revolution
11
A man made remain of a culture
Artifact
12
The science of man the study of man and his
culture
Anthropology
13
Dating artifacts and material remains by
comparing them to things around them. The Law of
Superposition is an example of this type of
dating.
Relative Dating
14
Evidence of Archaic Hunters and Gatherers would
be found at this type of site.
Camp Site
15
Five Changes that occur when a culture gets a
steadier supply of food
  • Population increases
  • Villages develop
  • Greater variety of artifacts
  • Trade develops
  • More free time to develop more complex religious
    and political systems

16
Iroquois Creation Story
17
The Iroquois believe that the world is an island
floating on the back of a great . . .
Sea Turtle
18
The Iroquois call the earth . . .
Turtle Island
19
What crops grew from the Twins Mothers body?
Head Corn, Beans and Squash Heart - Tobacco
20
Corn, Beans and Squash were called . . .
Our Supporters The Three Sisters
21
What animals were created by the Right and Left
Handed Twins?
Right Deer, Ground Squirrel and Porcupine Left
Mountain Lion, Weasel and Bear
22
What were the first two duels fought by the Twins?
Great Bowl Game and Lacrosse
23
Sapling, He holds up the Sky, Master of Life
and Great Creator are all names for the ____
Handed Twin?
Right
24
Who controls the day and who controls the night?
Day Right Handed Twin Night Left Handed Twin
25
Flint, The Devious One, The One Covered with
Boils and Old Wharty are all names for the
______ Handed Twin.
Left
26
What did the Iroquois call the moon?
Our Grandmother
27
What was the name of the Left - Handed Twin when
he was the head of the False Faces?
Great Fellow
28
Iroquois Family Organization
  • Kinship System

29
A society in which the female is the head of the
family
Matrilineal Society
30
A society in which the male is the head of the
family
Patrilineal Society
31
Iroquois name for the Nuclear Family of mother,
father and children
Fireside Family
32
Iroquois name for the Extended Family including
all the relatives of your mother. Most important
family in the Iroquois world
Longhouse Family
33
You were always in the Longhouse and Clan of
your . . .
Mother
34
What are the three clans that every Iroquois
village has?
Bear, Wolf and Turtle
35
Clans of the Air
Heron, Hawk and Snipe (Woodcock)
36
Clans of the Land
Bear, Wolf and Deer
37
Clans of the Water
Turtle, Beaver and Eel
38
All the children who live under the roof of a
Longhouse are . . .
Brothers and Sisters
39
Powers of the Clan Mother (Matron)
  • Name children
  • Choose the chiefs
  • Decide the fate of prisoners of war
  • Arrange marriages

40
Iroquois Time and Religion
41
What address opens all Iroquois festivals?
Thanksgiving Address
42
Three food cycles
  • Hunting and fishing cycle
  • Gathering Cycle
  • Domestic ( Agricultural ) Cycle

43
When the leaf of the oak tree reaches the size
of a squirrels ear the Iroquois
plant crops
44
When the corn is in the milk the Iroquois
celebrate the . . .
Green Corn Festival
45
When the Three Sisters come home from the
fields the Iroquois celebrate the . . .
Harvest Festival
46
Children are named twice a year by the Clan
Matrons. What are the two festivals at which
children are named?
Green Corn and Mid - Winter
47
Mid Winter Festival What took place?
  • Iroquois New Year
  • Children named
  • Honor the Great Creator
  • Dream Rite
  • White Dog Ceremony
  • Great Bowl Game

48
Three Spaces on the Turtles Back
  • Forest Mans World
  • Clearing Womans World
  • World of Water Fishing, Trade, Travel and War

49
How did you become a member of the False Faces?
  • Be cured by the False Faces
  • Inherit a mask from your parents
  • Have a dream about a spirit that caused disease

50
Iroquois Confederacy Story and Iroquois
Government
51
Characters in the Confederacy Story
  • Deganawidah the Peacemaker
  • Jigonsahseh Mother of Nations
  • Hiawatha He Who Combs
  • Atotarho Evil Wizard

52
Levels of Iroquois Government
  • Village Council Local Government
  • Tribal Council State Government
  • Confederacy Council National Government

53
How many chiefs made up the Confederacy Council?
50
54
The name for the chiefs that advised the
Confederacy Council but did not vote
Pine Tree Chiefs
55
The head chief of the Iroquois Confederacy was .
. .
Atotarho
56
Uses of Wampum
  • Truth
  • Memory
  • Condolence

57
Name the tribes from West to East and their Title
within the Confederacy
58
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
59
Name the tribes from East to West and their Title
within the Confederacy
60
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
61
Iroquois Symbolism
62
Hiawatha Wampum Belt
  • Represents the founding of the Iroquois
    Confederacy
  • The Tree of Peace is in the center of Iroquoia
    and also represents the Onondaga
  • The squares represent the other nations Seneca,
    Cayuga, Oneida and Mohawk

63
White Pine Tree of Peace
  • Eagle
  • Branches
  • White Roots of Peace
  • War Club

64
Circle Wampum
  • Double string on the outside
  • 50 strings going into the center - Chiefs
  • Circle in the middle represents the people

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66
Who is the man to the left of the tree and what
is he holding in his right hand?
  • Hiawatha
  • Strings of Wampum that represent the laws of the
    Confederacy

67
Who is the man to the right of the tree and what
is he holding in his left hand?
  • Deganawidah the Peacemaker
  • Cluster of Arrows

68
Who is the man sitting in front of the tree and
what is his position in the Iroquois Confederacy?
  • Atotarho
  • Head Chief

69
Seal of the Iroquois
  • 50 Confederacy Chiefs around the outside
  • Nine clans
  • Tree of Peace

70
Good Luck!
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