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History7 FinalReview

The Iroquois

Something made by humans Artifact
Known as the people of the Longhouse Iroquois
A group of people who trace their family to a common ancestor Clan
The way of life of a group of people Culture
Nuclear family plus cousins,aunts,uncles,grandparents Extended Family
A narrow piece of land-from Asia to North America across The Bering Strait Land Bridge
The type of house used by the Iroquois Longhouse
The mother's side of the family Matrilineal
A story used to explain something in nature Myth
Mother,father,children Nuclear Family
Before Christopher Columbus Pre-Columbian
Before written history Prehistoric
Land set aside or given to Indians Reservation
Brothers and sisters Sibling
Corn,beans,and squash The Three Sisters
Used by the Iroquois in ceremonies Tobacco
The 6th Nation to join the Iroquois Confederacy Tuscarora
A group of loosely united peoples or states Confederacy
Name the 5 Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy: Oneidas,Mohawks,Onondagas,Senecas,Cayugas
Why was the Iroquois Confederacy formed? To keep the Iroquois nations from fighting each other and provide strength against common enemies
Created by: ShefyP