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Dugout Canoes external image murals-445x450.jpg photo-29.jpg. The Iroquois
used dugout canoes to travel. They also used dugout canoes to fish. They used ...
The Iroquois depended on the natural resources around them to meet all of their
basic ... Gardening tools such as hoes were made from large deer bones.
Many tools used by the Iroquois were snowshoes (see picture above) for the cold
winters, and canoes used on the Lawerence River. We must remember that the ...
Most of the Iroquois tools were made from stone, bone, and wood. Dishes and ...
Baskets and other containers were woven from cornhusks or strips of bark.
Indian Country Tools. Iroquois cradleboard · Menominee saddle with horse effigy
... Iroquois powderhorn · Menominee gunstock club · Ojibwe maple bowl.
1000 years ago- the Iroquois-language nations adapted the process of
agriculture. Eastern ... Crop fields were cleared by slashing and burning the trees
The Iroquois were hunters and gatherers, farmers, and fishermen but the main ...
The main tools used for hunting and farming include stone axes, various size ...
The Iroquois were a League or Confederacy of tribes in the Northeastern part ...
The Iroquois used the skin for making clothing and blankets, the bones for tools, ...
Traditionally, the Iroquois were farmers and hunters who practiced a ... European
trade goods had almost completely replaced the traditional weapons and tools.
The Iroquois made tools for farming. One tool was a wooden rake for leveling the
soil. Another was ... The Iroquois were very grateful for their harvests. They held ...