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  1. LEQ:From what continent were the first immigrants to North America? This image shows the seven continents of the world. North America is on the left. This image is courtesy of pinterest.

  2. LEQ:From what continent were the first immigrants to North America?Asia The continent of Asia is now colored red. This image shows the seven continents of the world. This image is courtesy of pinterest.

  3. “New World” Beginnings Basics This is a surviving fragment of the Piri Reis World map showing the central America and South America shores. This map was created (circa 1467- circa 1554). This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  4. New World BeginningsVocabulary This image is from wordinfo.info.

  5. A person who moves from one place to make a permanent home in another place. The early immigrants to America are known as the Clovis people. This image is courtesy historyofamerica.info

  6. ImmigrantA person who moves from one place to make a permanent home in another place. The early immigrants to America are known as the Clovis people. This image is courtesy historyofamerica.info

  7. Some of the first immigrants to North America were hunters who were following game such as the woolly mammoth. Frozen carcasses of the woolly mammoth have been discovered in Siberia and in Alaska. This image is courtesy of the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria Canada, and of Wikimedia Commons.

  8. A scientist who searches for and studies the remains of people from the past. This photograph shows an archaeologist sifting for World War II Prisoner of War remains on Wake Island in the Pacific Ocean. This photograph was taken by United States Air Force Technical Sergeant Shane A. Cuomo. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  9. ArchaeologistA scientist who searches for and studies the remains of people from the past. This photograph shows an archaeologist sifting for World War II Prisoner of War remains on Wake Island in the Pacific Ocean. This photograph was taken by United States Air Force Technical Sergeant Shane A. Cuomo. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  10. Archaeology is very important for learning about societies that did not have written records in order to present a clearer picture of those living at that time. This photographs taken at excavations of the Edgewater Park Site in Coralville, Iowa. This photograph was taken by Bill Whittaker. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  11. A time period before written records. This photograph is of a display at Baconao Park in Santiago, Cuba. It shows the first Americans killing a woolly mammoth. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  12. PrehistoricA time period before written records. This photograph is of a display at Baconao Park in Santiago, Cuba. It shows the first Americans killing a woolly mammoth. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  13. The dinosaur is a prehistoric animal. This image shows an Anchisauripus Sillimani. This lion sized dinosaur was a meat eater and it used to roam its subtropical habitat in Adams and York County, Pennsylvania on two legs. A footprint of this dinosaur is at Gettysburg National Military Park. The footprint is from the Triassic period, of the Mesozoic era, approximately 200 to 250 million years ago. The Mesozoic era is also known as the “Age of Reptiles.” This image is courtesy of gettysburgdaily.com.

  14. A way of life for a group of people who share similar beliefs and customs. Religion and expressive art are important aspects of human culture. This photograph shows the tower at the entrance of the Sri Mariamman Temple in Singapore. This photograph was taken by AngmoKio on February 15, 2011. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  15. CultureA way of life for a group of people who share similar beliefs and customs. Religion and expressive art are important aspects of human culture. This photograph shows the tower at the entrance of the Sri Mariamman Temple in Singapore. This photograph was taken by AngmoKio on February 15, 2011. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  16. Celebrations, rituals, food, sports, and patriotism are different parts of America’s culture. Some items that are considered to be uniquely American are apple pie and baseball. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  17. An object made by humans that represents a culture. These camels are glazed pottery made in China during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE). CE stands for “Common Era.” These figures were placed in tombs with other ceremonial and everyday objects. These images were on display on the University of Pennsylvania’s Museum. This image was taken by Robert Housch on Sunday, March 13, 2011.

  18. ArtifactAn object made by humans that represents a culture. These camels are glazed pottery made in China during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE). CE stands for “Common Era.” These figures were placed in tombs with other ceremonial and everyday objects. These images were on display on the University of Pennsylvania’s Museum. This image was taken by Robert Housch on Sunday, March 13, 2011.

  19. Almost any man-made object is an artifact. This image shows a procession of horsemen that was on the south frieze of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. This display is now located at the British Museum in London, England. This photograph was taken by Robert Housch on December 27, 2014.

  20. New World BeginningsPeople to Meet This painting is titled Landing of Columbus. It was createdby John Vanderlyn (1775-1852) in 1846. This painting was placed in the rotunda of the United States Capitol in 1847. This image is courtesy of the Architect of the Capitol.

  21. Italian who while sailing for Spain ran into the Americas and informed Europe about the “New World” and the possibilities that existed. This portrait of Christopher Columbus (1450-1506) was painted Sebastiano del Piombo (circa 1485-1547) in 1519. This image is courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and of Wikimedia Commons.

  22. Christopher ColumbusItalian who while sailing for Spain ran into the Americas and informed Europe about the “New World” and the possibilities that existed. This portrait of Christopher Columbus (1450-1506) was painted Sebastiano del Piombo (circa 1485-1547) in 1519. This image is courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and of Wikimedia Commons.

  23. New World BeginningsMaps This map shows the continents except for Antarctica. North America is in light green. South America is colored dark green. Europe is colored a dark red. Africa is colored yellow. Asia is colored orange. Australia is colored purple. This image is courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

  24. EuropeFind the continent of Europe on the map showing the continents of the world. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  25. EuropeFind the continent of Europe on the map showing the continents of the world. Europe is now colored red. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  26. North AmericaFind the continent of North America on the map showing the continents of the world. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  27. North AmericaFind the continent of North America on the map showing the continents of the world. North America is now colored red. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  28. South AmericaFind the continent of South America on the map showing the continents of the world. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  29. South AmericaFind the continent of South America on the map showing the continents of the world. South America is now colored red. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  30. AlaskaFind Alaska on the this map showing the continents of the world. Alaska is not a continent. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  31. AlaskaFind Alaska on the this map showing the continents of the world. Alaska is now colored red. Alaska is not a continent. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  32. Bering StraitFind the Bering Strait on the this map showing the continents of the world. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  33. Bering StraitFind the Bering Strait on the this map showing the continents of the world. The Bering Strait is now colored purple. The words “Bering Strait” are also in purple above the strait. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  34. ScandinaviaFind Scandinavia on the this map showing the continents of the world. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  35. ScandinaviaFind Scandinavia on the this map showing the continents of the world. Scandinavia is now colored red. Scandinavia is a region consisting of the countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  36. IcelandFind Iceland on the this map showing the continents of the world. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  37. IcelandFind Iceland on the this map showing the continents of the world. Iceland is now colored red. Iceland is a country, not a continent. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  38. GreenlandFind Greenland on the this map showing the continents of the world. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  39. GreenlandFind Greenland on the this map showing the continents of the world. Greenland is now colored red. Greenland is a country, within the realm of the Kingdom of Denmark. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  40. SpainFind Spain on the this map showing the continents of the world. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  41. SpainFind Spain on the this map showing the continents of the world. Spain is now colored red. Spain is a country, not a continent. This map shows the seven continents. The image is courtesy of vecteezy.com.

  42. LEQ:From what continent were the first immigrants to North America? This image shows the seven continents of the world. North America is on the left. This image is courtesy of pinterest.

  43. LEQ:From what continent were the first immigrants to North America?Asia The continent of Asia is now colored red. This image shows the seven continents of the world. This image is courtesy of pinterest.