Native Americans Of The Eastern Woodlands

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Native Americans Of The Eastern Woodlands

Native Americans Of The Eastern Woodlands

BY:Queenie Huang

Homes;The Iroquois lived in homes that is about 20 feet wide and 100 feet long called longhouses. It is made of a log called elm bark.

Men Jobs: Hunted Animals and burn plants for space in farming.Women Jobs:Gather plants (ex.berries and nuts), make clothes and farming.

Tools;-Stored food in bark bins-Ground corn with wooden sticks and 2 stones-Paddled log and bark canoes along water

Map:The Iroquois and the Algonquian lived in the Eastern Woodlands which stretches from the Mississippi river to the Atlantic Ocean and include parts of Canda.

Food:-Nuts, berries, corn and fresh fruits -deer, bears, beavers, birds and fish


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