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1. What does pueblo mean in Spanish?
a. Red people
2. What area of the United States did the Pueblo peoples originally live?
d. Great Plains
3. Who did the Pueblo revolt against in 1680?
b. United States
4. Why did the Pueblo revolt?
a. They were being treated as slaves
b. They were being forced to move to Oklahoma
c. They were being forced to grow corn
d. All of the above
e. None of the above
5. What were the homes of Pueblo made from?
a. Cedar wood planks
b. Buffalo hides
c. Wooden poles
d. Adobe bricks
e. Wattle and daub
6. True or False: The Pueblo people were farmers who ate mostly corn, beans, and squash.
7. What were kachinas?
a. Sacred rooms where the Pueblo had religious meetings
b. Dresses worn by the women
c. Spirits that the Pueblo believed lived in all things
d. Shoes made from soft leather
e. Fun songs the Pueblo liked to dance to
8. Which of the following tribes is considered part of the Pueblo peoples?
d. Nez Perce
9. Why do some archeologists believe that the Great North Road was built for religious purposes?
a. Because it leads between major religious cities
b. Because it is very wide
c. Because it leads to nowhere, the edge of a canyon
d. Because there are many shrines to the gods along the road
e. Because it is so long
10. True or False: Some Pueblo people today still live in the original adobe buildings built many hundreds of years ago.
About this quiz: All the questions on this quiz are based on information that can be found on the Pueblo Tribe page at /history/native_americans/pueblo_tribe.php.
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