What Did the Iroquois Trade?

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The Iroquois traded with corn, squash, clay pipes, beaver furs and steak from which they got money in return. The Iroquois had a matrilineal system, which meant that property was passed down from mother to daughter.
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they traded with Europeans.
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The Iroquois were expert hunters and familiar with the Mississippi
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you mean as the Iroquois League, sometimes referred to as the Iroquois Confederacy? they had treaties, at times, with britain, france canada, and the usa. the Iroquois League still
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The above responder is correct; however, he forgot to mention that the Dutch-as well as the other Europeans-gave the native populations smallpox, influenza, whooping cough, chickenpox
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