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The Iroquois or Haudenosaunee are a historically powerful northeast Native American confederacy. They were known during the colonial years to the French as ...

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Women were also responsible for selecting the sachems for the Confederacy. Iroquois society was matrilineal; when a marriage transpired, the family moved ...

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Simply put, the Iroquois were the most important native group in North American history. Culturally, however, there was little to distinguish them from their ...

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Jul 12, 2016 ... The five Iroquois nations, characterizing themselves as “the people of the longhouse,” were the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and ...

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This may have been an insulting nickname (the Algonkian and Iroquois Indians were traditional enemies.) The Iroquois tribes originally called their confederacy ...

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Jul 12, 2016 ... As was typical of Northeast Indians before colonization, the Iroquois were semisedentary agriculturists who palisaded their villages in time of ...

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The Iroquois tribes lived in the Eastern Woodlands region. They were expert farmers and lived on the resources of the woods. The Iroquois were not one tribe,  ...

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The Iroquois were a League or Confederacy of tribes in the Northeastern part of America. Originally they were formed by five tribes: the Cayuga, Onondaga, ...

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There were other tribes who spoke a similar language, but who were not part of the confederacy. For example, the Erie natives were related to the Iroquois.

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Traditionally, the Iroquois were farmers and hunters who practiced a slash-and- burn form of horticulture. In addition, they fished and gathered berries, plants, ...