The Iroquois or Haudenosaunee are a historically powerful and important
northeast Native American confederacy. They were known ...
Farming and agriculture provided most of the Iroquois diet. The Iroquois men
were responsible for clearing the fields while the women did the actual planting.
Women in the Iroquois tribes oversaw the agriculture. The most popular
agricultural product on the Iroquois was the three-sisters: corn, beans, and
Iroquois food history - Native Americans- - what Iroquois people ate, and how
they cooked it.
Although the Iroquois grew much of their food, they were also hunters and
gatherers. Women and children gathered wild nuts, fruits and vegetables,
No one in the village went hungry. Everyone would share their food even in the
hardest times. The Iroquois believed in cooperation. Farming and Agriculture.
Storing Food: Dried Fish: Much of the catch would be dried and then stored. If the
store of food was getting low, the men would go out at night with torches.
FOOD. Before Europeans, the Iroquois were farmers, and hunters. The main
crops were corn, beans, and squash and were considered special gifts from the ...
What kind of food did the Iroquois eat? We must remember that they were farmers
even more than they were hunters and fishermen. Thus, much of what they ate ...
The Iroquois ate foods such as hickory nuts, butternuts, roots and wild meat. The
Iroquois were farmers first with hunting and fishing...