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Iroquois
Iroquois League
sachem
clan
wampum
This is when 5 Iroquois Tribes joined together to form one na…
An Iroquois Leader, or a chief (like a boss)
This was made up of families that shared an ancestor, or a re…
Belts that were made from small beads from sea shells and wer…
Iroquois League
This is when 5 Iroquois Tribes joined together to form one na…
sachem
An Iroquois Leader, or a chief (like a boss)
18 terms
Iroquois
community
culture
customs
wants
A place where people live and work together
A way of life for a group of people
When people wear special costumes, dance, sing native songs,…
Things that are desired or wished for but are not necessary
community
A place where people live and work together
culture
A way of life for a group of people
11 terms
Iroquois
Iroquois Confederacy
impressed
alliance
reserves
a powerful group of Native Americans in the eastern part of t…
To think highly of someone
A union of two or more groups
Areas of land that are set aside for a specific purpose and c…
Iroquois Confederacy
a powerful group of Native Americans in the eastern part of t…
impressed
To think highly of someone
10 terms
The Iroquois
Where did the Iroquois live?
What was the organization of the Iroqu…
What homes did they build?
What did the Iroquois use for transpor…
They lived in the Eastern Woodlands, some physical characteri…
Whit the Iroquois tribe they had a group called the Great Cou…
They mostly built longhouses and wigwams and the roofing is m…
They manly use boats because of all the lakes,rivers, and str…
Where did the Iroquois live?
They lived in the Eastern Woodlands, some physical characteri…
What was the organization of the Iroqu…
Whit the Iroquois tribe they had a group called the Great Cou…
21 terms
Iroquois
The leaders of a clan were called
What was the top job for a boy
What was the top job for a girl
If you were a chief you served on this
chiefs
chief
clan mother
Grand Council
The leaders of a clan were called
chiefs
What was the top job for a boy
chief
12 terms
Iroquois
heritage
longhouse
ancestor
Iroquois Confederacy
history, beliefs, and customs that a group of people share
a wooden building that housed many families
the people in your family who lived before you
the union formed by the Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, and…
heritage
history, beliefs, and customs that a group of people share
longhouse
a wooden building that housed many families
20 terms
IROQUOIS
Iroquois
Hiawatha
Longhouse
wampum
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
a long, open-ended house that Iroquois lived in. It was made…
a string or belt of polished beads or shells, usually telling…
Iroquois
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
Hiawatha
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
IROQUOIS
Iroquois
Hiawatha
Longhouse
wampum
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
a long, open-ended house that Iroquois lived in. It was made…
a string or belt of polished beads or shells, usually telling…
Iroquois
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
Hiawatha
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
5 terms
Iroquois
Iroquois
longhouse
government
meeting
group of Native Americans
make decisions and control a country
a group of people talk
Iroquois
group of Native Americans
longhouse
IROQUOIS
Iroquois
Hiawatha
Longhouse
wampum
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
a long, open-ended house that Iroquois lived in. It was made…
a string or belt of polished beads or shells, usually telling…
Iroquois
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
Hiawatha
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
20 terms
IROQUOIS
Iroquois
Hiawatha
Longhouse
wampum
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
A long, open-ended house that Iroquois lived in. It was made…
A string or belt of polished beads or shells, usually telling…
Iroquois
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
Hiawatha
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
IROQUOIS
Iroquois
Hiawatha
Longhouse
wampum
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
a long, open-ended house that Iroquois lived in. It was made…
a string or belt of polished beads or shells, usually telling…
Iroquois
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
Hiawatha
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
10 terms
Iroquois
community
customs
clothing
longhouse
A place where people live and work together
When people wear special costumes, dance, sing native songs,…
Iroquois made much of their clothing from deerskin including…
Began as a wooden frame tied together with animal hide strips…
community
A place where people live and work together
customs
When people wear special costumes, dance, sing native songs,…
IROQUOIS
Iroquois
Hiawatha
Longhouse
wampum
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
a long, open-ended house that Iroquois lived in. It was made…
a string or belt of polished beads or shells, usually telling…
Iroquois
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
Hiawatha
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
Iroquois
Seneca
Cayuga
Onondaga
Oneida
Iroquioa indian
Indian
Indian
Indian
Seneca
Iroquioa indian
Cayuga
Indian
10 terms
Iroquois
originally
nation
including
community
có nguồn gốc
bao gồm
originally
có nguồn gốc
nation
10 terms
Iroquois
Iroquois (Haudenausaunee)
Confederation
Sachem
Matriarchal
A confederation of tribes in New York State living in the Eas…
Alliance for groups
Tribal leader
Family or society run by women
Iroquois (Haudenausaunee)
A confederation of tribes in New York State living in the Eas…
Confederation
Alliance for groups
Iroquois
longhouses
wampum
artifact
prehistory
a long wooden building in an Iroquois village that housed man…
polished beads used in ceremonies by Iroquois and other Nativ…
an object made by people who lived in the past
the time before written records
longhouses
a long wooden building in an Iroquois village that housed man…
wampum
polished beads used in ceremonies by Iroquois and other Nativ…
iroquois
confederacy
location
food
crops
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, then Tuscaroas
northeastern New York woodlands culture
hunters, gatherers, fishermen, farmers
...
confederacy
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, then Tuscaroas
location
northeastern New York woodlands culture
Iroquois
Grade 4
Roach
Longhouse... The type of home the Iroquo…
Seneca
...
The lock or tuft in the center and back of the iroquis men's…
...
The iroquis tribes in PA, NY, and NJ
Grade 4
...
Roach
The lock or tuft in the center and back of the iroquis men's…
Iroquois
The Confederacy
Location
Jobs
Food
Mohawk-Oneida-Onondaga-Cayuga-Seneca-later Tuscaroras
Northeast United States, New York state, Eastern Woodlands cu…
hunters, gathers, fishers, farmers
corn, beans, squash (the three sisters)
The Confederacy
Mohawk-Oneida-Onondaga-Cayuga-Seneca-later Tuscaroras
Location
Northeast United States, New York state, Eastern Woodlands cu…
Iroquois
Confederacy
Location
Food
The Three Sisters (Vegatables)
Mohawk,Oneida,Onondaga,Cayuga,Seneca,Later the...Tuscaroras
Northeast united states,New York state, Eastern woodlands
Hunters,gatherers,Fishermen, farmers
Corn,beans,squash
Confederacy
Mohawk,Oneida,Onondaga,Cayuga,Seneca,Later the...Tuscaroras
Location
Northeast united states,New York state, Eastern woodlands
18 terms
Iroquois
Council
Longhouse
Clan
Clan Mother
meeting
a long wooden house building in an Iroquois village that hous…
A group of native Americans families who share the same ances…
The head of the clan
Council
meeting
Longhouse
a long wooden house building in an Iroquois village that hous…
26 terms
Iroquois
Green Corn Festival
Longhouse
Maple Festival
Sap
a celebration held in August when the 3 sisters were ready to…
House of the Iroquois
The celebration of the maple tree giving forth it's sap
Syrup of the maple tree
Green Corn Festival
a celebration held in August when the 3 sisters were ready to…
Longhouse
House of the Iroquois
15 terms
Iroquois
Iroquois League
Deganawidah
Hiawatha
Sachems
Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga... They agreed to follo…
Traveled from village to village talking with many Iroquois l…
One of the leaders that Deganawidah spoke to. He helped to sp…
Fifty leaders were chosen from each Nation. They were men and…
Iroquois League
Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga... They agreed to follo…
Deganawidah
Traveled from village to village talking with many Iroquois l…
iroquois
dreamcatcher
lacrosse stick
hunting
wampum
Commonly used by many Native Americans to create a "filter" f…
In the beginning of the game, these were made out of wood, de…
iroquoi men hunted for their food
Belts or strings of polished seashells that were used for tra…
dreamcatcher
Commonly used by many Native Americans to create a "filter" f…
lacrosse stick
In the beginning of the game, these were made out of wood, de…
Iroquois
heritage
longhouse
ancestor
Iroquois Confederacy
history, beliefs, and customs that a group of people share
a wooden building that housed many families
the people in your family who lived before you
the union formed by the Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, and…
heritage
history, beliefs, and customs that a group of people share
longhouse
a wooden building that housed many families
Iroquois
The Confederacy
Location
Food
The Three Sisters
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca... Later... Tuscaroras
Northeast United States, New York State, Eastern Woodlands cu…
Hunters, Gatherers, Fisherman, Farmers
Corn, Beans, Squash
The Confederacy
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca... Later... Tuscaroras
Location
Northeast United States, New York State, Eastern Woodlands cu…
Iroquois
Mohawk
Oneida
Onondaga
Cayuga
the tribe in upstate New York,part of the Confederacy
another part of the five nations in upstate New York
part of the five nations
part of the five nations for the Conferedacy
Mohawk
the tribe in upstate New York,part of the Confederacy
Oneida
another part of the five nations in upstate New York
iroquois
The Confederacy
Location
Culture
Food
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga,Cayuga, Seneca, Later the Tuscaroras
Northeast United States,Eastern Woodlands, New York State
Hunters, Fishermen, gathers, farmers, no formal writing syste…
Grew corn, beans, and squash,
The Confederacy
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga,Cayuga, Seneca, Later the Tuscaroras
Location
Northeast United States,Eastern Woodlands, New York State
7 terms
Iroquois
The Confederacy
Location
food people
farmers
► Mohawk... ► Oneida... ► Onondaga... ► Cayuga... ► Seneca... ► Later...the…
► Northeast United States... ► New York State... ► Eastern Woodland…
► Hunters, gatherers, fishermen,... farmers
► Grew corn, beans, and squash=... "The Three Sisters"
The Confederacy
► Mohawk... ► Oneida... ► Onondaga... ► Cayuga... ► Seneca... ► Later...the…
Location
► Northeast United States... ► New York State... ► Eastern Woodland…
5 terms
iroquois
The Confederacy
Food
three sisters
Used Wampum=
Mohawk, Oneida ,Onondaga ,Cayuga ,Seneca,
Hunters, gatherers, fishermen,... farmers
Grew corn, beans, and squash=
Shell/bead belts... "read" to tell a story
The Confederacy
Mohawk, Oneida ,Onondaga ,Cayuga ,Seneca,
Food
Hunters, gatherers, fishermen,... farmers
Iroquois
Confederacy
location
food
crops
mohawk... Onondaga... Cayuga... Seneca... Later...the Tuscaroras
Northeast United States... New York State... Eastern Woodlands cu…
Hunters, gatherers, fishermen,... farmers
Grew corn, beans, and squash=... "The Three Sisters
Confederacy
mohawk... Onondaga... Cayuga... Seneca... Later...the Tuscaroras
location
Northeast United States... New York State... Eastern Woodlands cu…
12 terms
Iroquois
The name Iroquois translates to mean
The region of the United States the Ir…
States in the region the Iroquois lived
Type of structure or home the Iroquois…
real adders or real snakes
Eastern Woodland
New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan
Longhouse
The name Iroquois translates to mean
real adders or real snakes
The region of the United States the Ir…
Eastern Woodland
12 terms
Iroquois
Extinct
Nomad
Tribe
Cultural region
No longer in existence
A wanderer who has no settled home
A group of people who share the same language, land or leaders
An area in which people share a similar language or some othe…
Extinct
No longer in existence
Nomad
A wanderer who has no settled home
Iroquois
The Confederacy
Location
Food Sources
Farming
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, later...the Tuscaro…
Northeast United States, New York State, Eastern Woodlands cu…
Hunters, gatherers, fisherman, farmers
Grew corn, beans, and squash ( The Three Sisters)
The Confederacy
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, later...the Tuscaro…
Location
Northeast United States, New York State, Eastern Woodlands cu…
Iroquois
The Confederacy
location
Culture-food
Culture-farming
Mohawk.Oneida.Onondaga.cayuga.Seneca. Later the Tuscaroras
NE united states, New York State, E Woodland cultural ares
Hunters,gatherers,fishers,and farmers
grew corn bean and squash the three sisters
The Confederacy
Mohawk.Oneida.Onondaga.cayuga.Seneca. Later the Tuscaroras
location
NE united states, New York State, E Woodland cultural ares
12 terms
Iroquois
Six Nations
Great Law of Peace
longhouse
wampum
the groups of First Nations people that invented the Great La…
The constitution of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.
A Native American rectangular house made of wood frames cover…
Belts or strings of polished seashells that were used for tra…
Six Nations
the groups of First Nations people that invented the Great La…
Great Law of Peace
The constitution of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.
27 terms
The Iroquois
We take care of the fields, where we g…
The Mohawk, the Onondaga, The Cayuga,…
We hunt and fish to provide meat for o…
We are the last nation to join the Con…
Women
The five nations that started the Confederacy.
Men
The Tuscarora
We take care of the fields, where we g…
Women
The Mohawk, the Onondaga, The Cayuga,…
The five nations that started the Confederacy.
6 terms
Iroquois
How many tribes were part of the Iroqu…
Where were the Iroquois located?
Who nominated the Iroquois' Sachem(Chi…
The Iroquois lived in what?
6
Eastern woodlands
The women
Long houses
How many tribes were part of the Iroqu…
6
Where were the Iroquois located?
Eastern woodlands
Iroquois
Where were they located
Seneca
Cayuga
Oneida
Five finger lakes and western ny
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...
Where were they located
Five finger lakes and western ny
Seneca
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9 terms
The Iroquois
Native Americans
Regions
Immigrant
Descendant
A group of people who first lived on the Americas
Parts of a country or the world that is different from other…
A person who comes from another country to live
A person who is no longer alive who was related to you
Native Americans
A group of people who first lived on the Americas
Regions
Parts of a country or the world that is different from other…
Iroquois
Sachem
Gustoweh
Four original tribes
Added tribe
Chief
Headress
Seneca, Cayuga, Onandaga, Oneida,Mohawk (1500)
Tuscarora (1700)
Sachem
Chief
Gustoweh
Headress
Iroquois
clothing
longhouse
Three sisters
Iroquois
Iroquois made much of their clothing from deerskin including…
Began as a wooden frame tied together with animal hide strips…
Corn, beans, and squash
Native Americans who were early settlers of central and north…
clothing
Iroquois made much of their clothing from deerskin including…
longhouse
Began as a wooden frame tied together with animal hide strips…
12 terms
Iroquois
Eastern Woodlands
Women and their role in society?
Women's role in choosing leaders
Land Bridge
Northeast near present day New York:... -farming villages... - fore…
-shared political and social power-owned all of the household…
-women chose the sachems (tribal leaders)... - had the power to…
-A bridge made of land that connected Asia to N. America: Peo…
Eastern Woodlands
Northeast near present day New York:... -farming villages... - fore…
Women and their role in society?
-shared political and social power-owned all of the household…
Iroquois
What is mainly described in the excerp…
According to the Iroquois Constitution…
Why did Native American outsiders make…
In Iroquois Constitution, what symboli…
The Iroquois governemnt
Future generations
To become part of the Iroquois Confederation
The Tree of the Great Peace
What is mainly described in the excerp…
The Iroquois governemnt
According to the Iroquois Constitution…
Future generations
IROQUOIS
Iroquois
Hiawatha
Longhouse
wampum
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
a long, open-ended house that Iroquois lived in. It was made…
a string or belt of polished beads or shells, usually telling…
Iroquois
Native Americans that lived in the Eastern woodlands of New Y…
Hiawatha
An Onondaga chief who was a cofounder of the Iroquois Confede…
18 terms
Iroquois
Iroquois confederacy
confederacy
five tribes
longhouse
to unite territories of 5 nations into 1 longhouse
a union of people, parties, or states
Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca
8-12 families, its made of bark/wood, and it usually has a ca…
Iroquois confederacy
to unite territories of 5 nations into 1 longhouse
confederacy
a union of people, parties, or states
9 terms
The Iroquois
palisade
longhouse
trade
wampum
walls made out of tall poles around a village
long, narrow building with curved roots
exchanging (buying or selling) of goods
beads made of shells strung into belts with fancy designs
palisade
walls made out of tall poles around a village
longhouse
long, narrow building with curved roots
12 terms
The Iroquois
Theory
Trade
Artifacts
Legend
Is an idea based on study and research
Exchange of goods and services
Objects made by people
A story handed down by a group of people over time
Theory
Is an idea based on study and research
Trade
Exchange of goods and services
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