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Iroquois Culture - Quiz

What was the main (most important) job of an Iroquois male? Hunter
The oldest worman of the longhouse was the: clan matron
The Iroquois nations were located in the: Eastern Woodlands
Iroquois built shelters called: Longhouses
Young trees that were used to frame houses are called: saplings
Childen inherit the clans of their: mother
The main (most important) job of an Iroquois female was: farming
People who share a common ancestor belone to the same: clan
High woodenwalls or fences surrounding a village were called: stockades
The three sisters included all of the following EXCEPT: corn, tobacco, beans, squash tobacco
The practice of passing down information from generation to generation by word of mouth is called: oral tradition
Animal skins were primarily used by the Iroquois to make: clothing
How did the Iroquois educate their children? watching and working alongside the adults
All of the following were Iroquois tribes, EXCEPT Mohawk, Onondagas, Inuit, Cayuga Inuit
Iroquois tribes were settled throughout which state? New York
Who arranged marriages and selected chiefs? woman
Wooden fences surrounding the village protected it from all of the following, EXCEPT : enemy tribes, wild animals, attack, bad weather bad weather
Chiefs were called: sachems
Where did the first Americans come from? Asia
Iroquois religious beliefs and explanations were based on: their natural surroundings
Created by: cmiller621