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1

What early people used shallow canals to irrigate their fields, lived in pithouses, and planted crops in earthen mounds?
 

the Haida

the Aleut

the Hohokam

the Anasazi

the Hohokam

 

2

Whose architecture included pueblos, kivas, and cliff dwellings?
 

the Ingalik

the Aleut

the Anasazi

the Hopewell

the Anasazi

3

Which of the following statements concerning the mound builders of the eastern woodlands of North America is not true?
 

Mound builders relied on hunting and gathering, as well as farming some native crops.

Mound builders lived in log houses.

Evidence from the Hopewell mounds shows that the Hopewell had an extensive trade network.

The Inuit, Aleut, and Ingalik were all mound builders.

The Inuit, Aleut, and Ingalik were all mound builders.

4

What does the city of Cahokia and its mounds tell us about the Mississippian people?
 

The Mississippians had an organized labor force.

The Mississippians had knowledge of math and engineering.

The Mississippians has a complex society with clear divisions between social classes.

all of the above

all of the above

5

What determined how the Inuit, the Iroquois, and the Plains Indians obtained food, created shelters, and organized their societies?
 

the buffalo herds

geography

trade networks

geology

geography

6

Who developed a form of sign language to communicate with different tribes?
 

the Inuit

the Iroquois

the Plains Indians

the Chinook

the Plains Indians

7

The first farmers in the Americas grew maize in __________ , a region that includes southern Mexico and northern Central America.

Mesoamerica

8

The _________ developed an extensive trade network, invented a calendar, used writing, and carved giant stone heads.

Olmec

9

The __________ were a militaristic people who mined obsidian and established their capital at Tula.

Toltec

10

_________ cities functioned as city-states, each had its own ruler and its own government, and no ruler ever united the many cities into one empire.

Maya

11

The Maya were among the first people in the world to use the concept of zero, and they developed a writing system based on _________  , or symbols, that represented both objects and sounds.

glyphs

12

The ________ ruled 400 to 500 city-states and had about 5 million people in their empire.

Aztecs

13

Trade and ________  , a tax paid by the conquered people of the empire, formed the basis of the Aztec economy.

tribute

14

In Aztec society kings were at the top of the social order, and they were followed in importance by _______, who interpreted calendars and performed ceremonies and sacrifices.

priests

15

Warrior-priests ruled the Moche of Peru.

true

false

True

16

The Nazca Lines were created to provide directions to hidden food and weapon caches.

true

false

false

17

By the early 1500s the Inca Empire extended along almost the entire Pacific coast and throughout the Andes and had a population of about 12 million.

true

false

true

18

Women might pay their mita, a labor tax, by weaving for the army and men by working on government farms, in mines, or on roads.

true

false

true

19

The ayllu was a set of colored and knotted cords that the Inca used to record information such as tax records, quantities of livestock, and census data.

true

false

false

20

Slaves were at the bottom of Inca society and were required to wear plain clothes.

true

false

false

21

The sun god was the most important god in the official Inca religion.

true

false

true

22

The arrival of the Spanish marked the end of the Inca Empire.

true

false

true