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Native American Weapons: Bows and Arrows, Spears, Tomahawks ...

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Nearly every Native American tribe used some form of bow and arrow as a ... The Ball-Headed War Clubs, used by the Iroquois and Algonquian tribes of the ... been used as tools and ritual objects by Native Americans for millenia, the axe did ...

Facts for Kids: Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Indians - Orrin's Website

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Information about the Iroquois Indians and the Haudenosaunee League for students ... Covers food, clothing, longhouses, art and crafts, weapons and tools, legends, government, and culture of the Iroquois tribes. ... What language do the Iroquois Indians speak? ... Originally the Iroquois tribes used dogs as pack animals.

Iroquois Hunting Tools | Entertainment Guide

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Spears were primarily used in order to help the Iroquois catch fish. Along with nets, these served as an effective means of easily capturing plenty of fish. In order ...

Iroquois History: Basic Needs - StudyZone

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The Iroquois depended on the natural resources around them to meet all of their ... as the materials for making their tools and weapons came from their environment. ... natural resources: materials supplied by nature that can be used or have ...

Iroquois Technology - Mrvanduyne

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Iroquois Tools and Clothing. Most of the Iroquois tools were made from stone, bone, and wood. Dishes ... They did not know how to weave cloth, however. Later  ...

IROQUOIS INDIAN FACTS

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The Iroquois nation is a fascinating union of tribes from the Northeast United States. ... The main tools used for hunting and farming include stone axes, various size ... They went to war when necessary and they did the jobs that required the ...

Native American History for Kids: Iroquois Tribe - Ducksters

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Kids learn about Native American Indian tribe the Iroquois from the Northeast of the United States. ... What type of homes did they live in? ... The Iroquois used the skin for making clothing and blankets, the bones for tools, and the tendons for ...

THE IROQUOIS TRIBES

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The Iroquois are a group of six Native American tribes (also called the “Six Nations”) who joined together ... TOOLS- Iroquois hunters used bows and arrows.

The Eastern Woodland Farmers - Food / Tools - First Peoples

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1000 years ago- the Iroquois-language nations adapted the process of agriculture. ... Today you can still see worn spots made hundreds of years ago, on grinding stones ... Tools used by the Eastern Woodland Farmers for hunting and farming.

Iroquoian Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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ETHNONYMS: Five Nations, League of the Iroquois, Six Nations ... goods had almost completely replaced the traditional weapons and tools. .... but could do so indirectly by burning tobacco, which carried their prayers to the lesser spirits of good. ... Used in the curing ceremonies of the False Face Societies, the masks are ...

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What were Iroquois tools? - Ask.com

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Tools used by the Iroquois included stone axes, flint knives, hoes, arrowheads and knives. ... What are some of the tools used by Hopi tribe?

HuntingFishing - Tools the Iroquois Used to Hunt and Fish

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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 ...

Food, Tools, Art - Iroquois Indian Tribe

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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 ...