The economy of the Iroquois (also known as Haudenosaunee) historically was
based on ... The Iroquois men carried out hunting and fishing, trading, and
fighting, while the women took care of farming,...
North-South-East-West: American Indians and the Natural World. hunting gear In
the Forest: Animals and Humans. Hunting and Fishing The Iroquois people ...
Iroquois hunters caught fish by netting them using a fence-style trap known as a
weir. They then speared them using bone harpoons. Fish were an important part
Although the Iroquois grew much of their food, they were also hunters and ... the
catch back, everyone in the village pitched in the help dry the fish over fires.
Facts about Iroquois Hunting, Gathering, and Farming ... to water every 10-30
years as the soil lost its nutrients and the animal and fish population declined.
Many Iroquois children like to go hunting and fishing with their fathers. In the past,
Indian kids had more chores and less time to play, just like colonial children.
Spear Fishing. Besides farming and hunting, Native Americans did a lot of spear
fishing. Fish was a big part of some of their diets year-round. Because fishing ...
Feb 10, 2016 ... Visitors can participate in hunting big and small game, waterfowl and other
migratory birds. Both state and federal regulations apply and not all ...
As expert hunters, the Iroquois tribe hunted several types of animals, which
primarily included deer, fish, black bear and rabbits. In order to successfully hunt
Like bows and arrows, spears were used for both hunting and warfare. ... The
Ball-Headed War Clubs, used by the Iroquois and Algonquian tribes of the ....
Special fishing spears were used by the Inuit and some Native American tribes of