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Chap7 Quiz Questions

What kind of environment did the Iroquois live in? Forest Environment
What were the longhouses made of? Elm Bark
They trapped forest animals for ... Food
The ___ allowed the Iroquois to farm crops. Climate
The Iroquois grew beans, squash, and maize, which is another word for? Corn
The Iroquois was made of ___ nations. Five
The tribes included Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, and ____ Seneca
The tribes formed a joint government called the ____ Iroquois League
Each chief in the Iroquois had one _____. Vote
In the 1700s the _____ were admitted to the League. Tuscarora
The Iroquois also known as the Haudenosaunee or the _____ People of the Longhouse
Longhouses were ... Large wood-frame buildings covered with sheets of elm bark.
Iroquois men wore _____ with long leggings. Breechcloths
The Iroquois used elm-bark or _____ for fishing trips. Dugout canoes
The Iroquois were a mix of _____though their main diet came from farming. Farmers, fishers, gatherers and hunters,
The Iroquois were skilled _____, steaming wood so they could bend it into curved tools. Woodworkers
The two most important Iroquois instruments are ... Drums and flutes
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