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iroquois study

grade 6 study

what is a clan mother? a clan mother is usually the oldest and most respected person in their clan. this position was hereditary, the clan mothers were responsible for maintaining peace between the other clans and nations
what are all the six nations in order ? Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk and later jointing the Tuscarora nation
What is the line going through the Hiawatha wampum belt mean? It is called the path of peace and it means that any nation is aloud to join the Iroquois confederacy.
what nation would half to come to a consensus first. (the older brothers)? Seneca and Mohawk
who would be the last ones to decide if the law would go through? Why The Onondaga; because Tadodaho was from there.
who is Hiawatha Hiawatha was the person from that originally came up with the idea of the grate law of peace and helped convince all the five nations
what is a chiefs also known as the Hoyaneh? The chiefs were men that were advised by their clan mothers. each nation had several Hoyaneh that came together and talked about issues.
who was the peace maker? the peace make was the person that helped to found the great law of peace.
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