The Iroquois also Haudenosaunee or Rotinonshionni are a historically powerful
and important northeast Native American confederacy. They were known during
the colonial years to the French as the "...
Champlain and his Huron allies left fight the Iroquois ... The Huron and Iroquois
were traditional enemies long before the Europeans arrived in the early 1600s.
The Seneca were once the largest tribe of the Iroquois League - the number of
their .... of them, and the enemies they defeated in war were often twice their size.
The Huron were the traditional enemy of the Iroquois. They were enemies for
quite some time. When the Huron made allies with the French in the 1600s, the ...
Early on young Iroquois boys were trained for war. Their play ... As the western-
most tribe of the Iroquois, the Seneca would become bitter enemies of the Illini.
The Iroquois were enemies of the Huron and the Algonquin, who were allied with
.... The Iroquois were at the height of their power in the seventeenth century, ...
The Iroquois were not one tribe, but a group of five tribes. The five tribes lived
near ... The Iroquois were the enemy of the Algonkin people. The Algonkins
During much of the historic period, the Illinois were surrounded by tribes hostile ...
enemies of the Illinois between 1655-1690 were the five tribes of the Iroquois ...
Traditionally, the Iroquois were farmers and hunters who practiced a ..... on the
shared assumption that most deaths were deliberately caused by enemies.
According to Iroquois tradition, the Cherokee were the aggressors, having
attacked ... The pursuers, if they chose, might still invade the territory of the
enemy, but ...