When people think of American Indian weapons, the bow and arrow is ... Like
bows and arrows, spears were used for both hunting and warfare. ... Iroquois
spiked ... Tomahawks were prized by Native American warriors for their versatility
. ... as a versatile tool for preparing food and hides, making crafts, and building
Native American tribes used tools and weapons they fashioned out of materials
from the ... First Nation People use sealskin floats when harpooning animals to
keep the prey ... Their tools and weapons were made of wood and buffalo parts.
... Also known as Five Nations, the Iroquois League includes the Mohawk,
The early bow and arrows were made from the wood of various trees like cherry,
ash, cedar, oak, ... For the arrow tips, there was a wide variety of materials used.
Information about the Iroquois Indians and the Haudenosaunee League for ...
and crafts, weapons and tools, legends, government, and culture of the Iroquois
tribes. ... There were five tribes in the original Iroquois Confederacy: the Mohawk,
... A longhouse was a large wood-frame building covered with sheets of elm bark.
Lesson plan covers Wampanoag clothing, houses, villages, crafts, food, tools, ...
The Wampanoag Indians were original natives of Massachusetts and Rhode
Island. ... They didn't belong to a larger Wampanoag government like the Iroquois
and ... Today, Native Americans only build a wigwam for fun or to connect with
Some Seminole people were forced to move to Oklahoma in the 1800's along
with other eastern tribes. ... Here are some pictures of chickees like the ones
Seminole Indians used. ... They also began building their houses on wooden
stilts that raised the floor ... Here is a website about Native American weapons
So when they are specifically referring to their tribe, they usually use ... Today,
Native Americans only build a birchbark lodge for fun or to connect with their
heritage. ... What were Algonquin weapons and tools like in the past? ... The
Algonquins often fought with the Iroquois tribes, but when they weren't at war with
Eight Seneca chiefs represented their tribe's interests in the Iroquois Council. ....
Iroquois snowshoes, Sometimes--the Seneca Indians did use elm-bark or ... What
were Seneca weapons and tools like in the past? ... Wampum beads were traded
as a kind of currency, but they were more culturally important as an art material.
It comes from a name their Algonkian enemies used to call them, meaning "man-
eaters. ... But the Mohawks were also subject to the decisions made by the
Iroquois Great .... What were Mohawk weapons, tools, and artifacts like in the past
? ... as a kind of currency, but they were more culturally important as an art
For example, the Woodland Crees built houses out of birchbark, but the Plains
Crees built ... Cree tepee, There were two types of dwellings used by the Crees.
In the ... What were Cree weapons and tools like in the past? ... the powerful
Iroquois and Dakota tribes, and the northern Crees were enemies of the Inuit (