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OUR COUNTRY'S REGIONS CHAPTER 6 LESSON 1

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A HURON NATEIVE AMERICAN WHO TRIED TO PERSUADE PEOPLE TO STOP FIGHTING DEGANAWIDA
DEGANAWIDA JOINED THIS MOHAWK LEADER TO PERSUADE NATIVE AMERICANS TO STOP FIGHTING HIAWATHA
A UNION OF IROQUOIS PEOPLE WHO JOIN TOGETHER FOR A COMMON GOAL IROQUOIS CONFEDERACY
IROQUOIS VILLAGES WERE USUALLY BUILT NEAR RIVERS
RECTANGULAR BUILDING MADE FROM WOOD AND BARK OF ELM TREES IN THE IROQUOIS VILLAGES LONGHOUSE
DOZENS OF IROQUOIS LIVED IN A _____________ LONGHOUSE
MOST OF THE VILLAGES WERE CONNECTED TO EACH OTHER BY WELL-USED ______________ TRAILS
THESE INDIVIDUALS HAD A GREAT DEAL OF POWER IN THE IROQUOIS VILLAGE WOMEN
A GROUP OF FAMILIES WHO SHARE THE SAME ANCESTERS CLANS
THESE INDIVIDUALS OWNED THE LAND AND THE LONGHOUSE WOMEN
WHO IS KNOWN AS "PEACE MAKER" DEGANAWIDA
WHAT LAW DID THE CONFEDERACY LEADER AGREE ON TO GOVERN SUCH A LARGE GROUP OF NATIVE AMERICANS? GREAT LAW OF PEACE
A SET NUMBER OF COUNCIL MEMEBERS IN TEH IROQUOIS CONFEDERACY SACHEMS
THE CAPITAL OF THE IROQUOID CONFEDERACY ONONDAGA
WHO ARE THE LEADERS OF THE CLAN WOMEN
Created by: acscholl