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American Indians


Dialects Different forms of a single language
Peacemaker A leader who worked to end fighting among Iroquois tribes
Clan A large family group
Constitution Basic laws and rules for government
Council Group of people chosen to make decisions
League A group of people, teams, states, or nations
Longhouse Long building where Iroquois clans lived
Pelts Furry animal skins
Reservations Areas of land set aside for Native Americans to love on
Revolutionary War A war from 1775-1778 That gave 13 American Colonies independence from Great Britain, forming the United States of America
Sachems members of the Great Council of the Iroquois League; powerful chiefs
Treaty a formal peace or trade agreement
Wampum Tube-shaped beads made from polished shells and used in trade or ceremonies
Created by: lcbennett