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Transcript of Iroquois
The 6 Tribes!
Here is a Iroquois Purse
Monday, February 26, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
What do they live in?
Where they live
Fact about Iroquois women
Famous Iroquois Leaders
A typical Iroquois woman wore long wrap skirts with leather leggings. In the winter, both men and women wore heavy robes for warmth
A typical Iroquois dress was made out of fur and hides
Moccasins were worn by both genders all year long. During ceremonies a kastoweh, a feathered ceremonial hat, was worn.
A typical Iroquois man wore leggings and breech cloths. In the winter, both men and women wore heavy robes for warmth. Moccasins were worn by both genders all year long. During ceremonies a kastoweh, a feathered ceremonial hat, was worn.
Iroquois women not only managed the land but were also landowners. The property they owned before marriage stayed only their even after marriage. They made all the decisions involving the land for their clan (family)
There original name was Kanonsionni, meaning people of the longhouse
Iroquois were most know for there masks
Here are the follow uses they used for:
The Iroquois are famous for there crafts
Sacagawea was a famous Iroquos woman.