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Iroquois

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The Iroquois also Haudenosaunee or Rotinonshionni are a historically powerful and important northeast Native American confederacy.

Iroquois food - What did Iroquois people eat? - Quatr.us

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4 days ago ... Iroquois food history - Native Americans- - what Iroquois people ate, and how they cooked it.

Iroquois Food.

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FOOD. Before Europeans, the Iroquois were farmers, and hunters. The main crops were corn, beans, and squash and were considered special gifts from the ...

Iroquois - Hunters and Gatherers - Native Americans in Olden Times ...

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Although the Iroquois grew much of their food, they were also hunters and gatherers. Women and children gathered wild nuts, fruits and vegetables, mushrooms, ...

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

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Information about the Iroquois Indians and the Haudenosaunee League for students and teachers. Covers food, clothing, longhouses, art and crafts, weapons ...

Native American History for Kids: Iroquois Tribe - Ducksters

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The Iroquois ate a variety of foods. They grew crops such as corn, beans, and squash. These three main crops were called the "Three Sisters" and were usually  ...

What foods did the Iroquois eat? - Ask.com

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The Iroquois ate foods such as hickory nuts, butternuts, roots and wild meat. The Iroquois were farmers first with hunting and fishing skills.

The Iroquois - Nanuet Union Free School District

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They made up the main food supply of the Iroquois. At harvest time, the crops were gathered. The women and the girls scraped the kernels ...

Iroquois Tribe: Food and Clothing - Buzzle

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Mar 30, 2016 ... The Iroquois Tribe belongs to the Confederacy by the same name. Known by different names, such as 'League of Peace and Power', 'Six ...

IROQUOIS INDIAN FACTS

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The Iroquois nation is a fascinating union of tribes from the Northeast United States. come ... river, they also relied heavily on fishing as a constant source of food.

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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.

Iroquois Food - Mrvanduyne

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Iroquois Food. 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  ...

Iroquois - Food - Native Americans in Olden Times for Kids

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The Iroquois Indians honored the needs of other people, just as they honored the land and animals. No one in the village went hungry. Everyone would share ...