The Iroquois Indians created shelters called longhouses, which feature long and narrow designs and rectangular shapes. Longhouses served as homes to many populations around the wor...
The Iroquois (Haudenosaunee or "People of the Longhouses") who resided in
the Northeastern United States as well as Eastern Canada (Ontario and Quebec)
The Iroquois longhouse were built to house 20 or more families.
Longhouses are Native American homes used by the Iroquois tribes and some of
their .... Most Native Americans only made a brush shelter when they were out ...
Sep 30, 2011 ... The Iroquois were an agricultural people who lived in permanent villages. They
used the symbol of their house-the hodensote or longhouse-as ...
The Iroquois people were known as “Hodenosaunee” which in Huron means “
People Of ... The Iroquois Indians lived in two different types of shelters. The first
The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) people lived in villages and farmed. Their
houses were called longhouses because they were longer than they were wide.
Information about the Iroquois Indians and the Haudenosaunee League for
students and teachers. Covers food, clothing, longhouses, art and crafts,
LONGHOUSES. The design of the longhouse reflected the social organization of
Iroquois culture, 300 - 500 years ago. Its architecture and construction are ...
Longhouses were so important to the Iroquois way of life that, even today, the
Iroquois call themselves "the People of the Longhouse", although today, the ...