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The tribes that were with the Eastern Woodland Indians were the Mohawk, the Seneca , the Huron, the Cherokee,the Ojibwa, and more I have not named.
The Eastern Woodland Indians inhabited and area that area from the Atlantic seaboard to the Mississippi,and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico
We respect the Great Spirit who roam this land.
The main domesticated crops were the “three sisters”- Corns, Beans, and Squash.Fish was an important food source all year long.They catched Bear,Rabbit,Lynx, and Marten.They also used wood, iron,shells,and vegetable fibers.
Men were responsible for all the hunting and fishing and even had to go great distances for it.Women would stay near the house to look after the children.They tended to the crops and took care of all the chores.
The Eastern Woodland tribes believed that a Great Spirit had created a harmonious world of plenty which they were only one part.All of nature was contained this divine spirit and was to be respected.
The Hurons traded for guns, kettles, and metal tools. The Hurons took their European goods back to the other tribes. ... The Eastern Woodland Indians spent more of their time hunting for furs to trade with the Europeans.
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