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Longhouse - Wikipedia


A longhouse or long house is a type of long, proportionately narrow, single-room building built by peoples in various parts of the world including Asia, Europe, ...

Longhouse: Native Indian Houses for kids *** - Native Indian Tribes


Visit this site for facts and info on the Longhouse. Native American Indian houses and homes including the Longhouse. The Longhouse, a Native American ...

Oct 14, 2010 ... A Documentary Short on the Iroquois Indian's lifestyle inside a longhouse created by Westbrook Shortell, Daniel Jackson, Dan Scharfenberger ...

Homes - Longhouses - Native Americans in Olden Times for Kids


Longhouses were built by the Eastern Woodland Indians. Many families lived together in one longhouse. Each was assigned their own section. Fireplaces and  ...

longhouse | dwelling | Britannica.com


Traditional dwelling of many Northeast Indians of North America. A traditional longhouse was built by using a rectangular frame of saplings, each 2 to 3 inches (5 ...

Learn about native american longhouses - Indians.org


Native American longhouses were large homes designed for multiple families. They were especially popular among the tribes who lived in the northern United ...

The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center at Evergreen


2015 to 2016 marks the 20<sup>th</sup> Anniversary of the Evergreen Longhouse! The theme for our vicennial is "Building Upon the Past, Visioning Into the Future" — learn ...

Longhouse, Publishers & Booksellers - Home


From Our Press in 2016, Celebrating 45 Years of Publishing. Longhouse Titles & more. All first edition, softcovers, perfect bound. Dudley Laufman Bull.

Native American Homes: Wigwams, Longhouses, Tepees, Lodges ...


Pictures and descriptions of different types of Native American Indian homes including wigwams, longhouses, tipis, and adobe houses.



Click On The Buttons To Learn More About The Haudenosaunee (People of the Longhouse). The Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy includes the ...

long house
a communal dwelling, especially of the Iroquois and various other North American Indian peoples, consisting of a wooden, bark-covered framework often as much as 100 feet (30.5 meters) in length.
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