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vangilst [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Founding the Iroquois Confederacy

Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy (Haudenosaunee). The Six Nations are: Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora.

Image detail for -The Six Nations Indian Museum: Mohawk Oneida Onondaga Cayuga Seneca .

[Printable Activity] Paper Houses.  Print and construct either the "Iroquois Longhouse Paper House Kit" OR the "Prehistoric Ohio Paper House Kits."

For Arrow Point Trail - American Indian Lore [Printable Activity] Paper Houses. Print and construct either the "Iroquois Longhouse Paper House Kit" OR the "Prehistoric Ohio Paper House Kits.

Native Americans used these word-pictures to communicate and to tell stories that were handed down from generation to generation- great for my grade three First Nations unit. I knew some of these before but not all.  I did this with my 2nd graders that I'm student teaching with. Their stories were great, and they loved it!

Traditional and Native American Thanksgiving Coloring Pages

At Thanksgiving, let's present additional high quality coloring pages for the kids that picture more about real-life American History than they may have been taught in school. We know that there were no such things as .

Lax.com Previews the Iroquois National Team | Lacrosse Magazine

Lax.com Previews the Iroquois National Team | Lacrosse Magazine

Iroquois Confederacy Interactive Notebook and Lapbook Activities - perfect engaging lesson activities for your Native American unit!

Iroquois Confederacy Interactive Notebook Activities with Test Prep Passage

Iroquois Confederacy Interactive Notebook and Lapbook Activities - perfect engaging lesson activities for your Native American unit!

These birch bark canoes are at the superb Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough, Ontario. [Canada] They display an unbelievable array of canoes at this museum. There is absolutely no place like it - well worth the visit.

These birch bark canoes are at the superb Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough, Ontario. [Canada] They display an unbelievable array of canoes at this museum. There is absolutely no place like it - well worth the visit.

Native American Homes: Common Traditional Dwellings of Local Cultures Infographic

Not all Native Americans live in teepees. In fact, most don’t. Here, we’ve listed facts about the brilliant design of Native American dwellings in several parts of North America.

https://flic.kr/p/a3X1VD | Longhouse Religion wedding regalia.

not sure of this caption though. Can anyone enlighten me? Is this correct? Never heard of "longhouse religion" among the 6 Nations/Iroquois

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