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Longhouses of the indigenous peoples of North America - Wikipedia ...

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Longhouses were a style of residential dwelling built by Native American tribes and First Nation band governments in various parts of North America. Sometimes separate longhouses were built for comm...

The History Behind the Iroquois Longhouse - Indians.org

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The Iroquois longhouse were built to house 20 or more families.

What was Iroquois shelter? | Reference.com

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The Iroquois Indians created shelters called longhouses, which feature long and narrow designs and rectangular shapes. Longhouses served as homes to ...

Native American Homes: Wigwams, Longhouses, Tepees, Lodges ...

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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 ...

Homes - Longhouses - Native Americans in Olden Times for Kids

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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 ...

The Iroquois Longhouse – FREE The Iroquois Longhouse ...

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Thus the shelter that Iroquoian people selected as befitting their natural environment developed into the symbol for their identity as a distinct people.

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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Kids learn about Native American Indian tribe the Iroquois from the Northeast of the United States.

Iroquois History: Basic Needs - StudyZone

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Winters in the northeast are cold and long, and the Iroquois needed shelter from the elements. They lived in villages surrounded by high fences called palisades,  ...

The Iroquois

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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 is ...

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Iroquois Longhouse

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IROQUOIS LONGHOUSE. The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) people lived in villages and farmed. Their houses were called longhouses because they were longer ...

The Iroquois Longhouse | Native American Netroots

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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 ...

Longhouse: Native Indian Houses for kids *** - Native Indian Tribes

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The Iroquois and many other Tribes in the Northeast lived in villages ... Facts about Native American Homes for kids; Native American homes and shelters ...