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Native American

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Two major groups of Native Americans in New York Iroquois and Algonquian
Name the first five nations of the League of Iroquois? Seneca, Cayuga, Oneida, Onondaga and Mohawk
Who were the keepers of the Eastern Door? Mohawk
Who were the keepers of the Western Door? Seneca
Who were the keepers of the Council Fire? Onondaga
Why were the Mohawks Keepers of the Eastern Door Because they were located in the far East territory.
Whey were the Seneca keepers of the Western Door Because they were located in the far west
Why were the Onondaga the Keepers of the Council Fire They were located in the central part of the territory and also their responsibility to help them agree to the Confeederacy.
What was the meaning (importance) for the Native Americans to belong to the same clan? Members belognged to their mother's clan. Members of a clan were like family, no matter what tribe they belonged to.
Give 3 examples of how the Iroquois used their natural resources of Deer for survival skin used for blankets jawbone for tools Antlers for tools
Give 3 examples of how the Iroquois used their natural resources of trees for survival bark for canoes trunk for firewood trunk for to make spears/weapons
Give 3 examples of how the Iroquois used their natural resources of corn for survival leaves for cooking husks for buckets cobs for bottle stoppers
Created by: brianconniem