Pacific Northwest History
Lead Author(s): Susan Vetter
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A Pacific Northwest history question pack from Susan Vetter.
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Sacajawea played many roles on the Lewis and Clark expedition. What was her most important role ?
As an interpreter with western Indian peoples.
She collected plants and other foods for the expedition.
Her husband was a skilled navigator.
Sacajawea knew where fur-bearing animals lived.
A characteristic of hinterlands is their dependence on extractive economies that supply raw materials to metropolitan centers.
Each of the following is an identified culture area for indigenous peoples in the Pacific Northwest EXCEPT
Who is "Kennewick Man"?
A skeleton found near the Whitman Mission site that documented the murder of the Whitmans.
One of the best preserved and oldest skeletons ever found in North America.
The unnamed fur trapper who first saw the Columbia River.
A member of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery.
The red and blue lines in the map that begin and end at St. Louis represent what?
The route of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
The route of Captain James Cook.
The path followed by Oregon Trail pioneers west.
The route of the Astorians.
Match the locations below with the numbers on the map. Use each number only once.
1 (mouth of Columbia River)
Along Astorians' route
2 (area in square)
Center for the maritime fur trade
3 (Cascade Mountain range)
Great Basin Indians
Discovered by Robert Gray in 1792
Separates Northwest Coast and Plateau culture areas
Each of the following is one of the "3 C's of Empire" EXCEPT
Only in partnership with Indian people and especially by marrying Indian women were white fur traders able to succeed.
In the Pacific Northwest, the maritime replaced the continental fur trade by 1820.
By 1780 which of the following countries did NOT claim areas in the Pacific Northwest?