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In the Iroquois tribe the men hunt deer, rabbits, wild turkeys, bear, and moose for food, clothes, and items. The Iroquois did lot's of their hunting mostly in the forest, otherwise they would hunt in grasslands.
The men trapped squirrels, raccoons, and rabbits and if they caught beaver they would trade the fur for metal weapons. Also, during March passenger pigeons come to nest in trees and sometimes they trap them, but that rarely happens because they use them for messages.
In the Iroquois tribe the men fished for trout, salmon, and bass. After they caught the fish they would either cook it or make different items, such as clothes. Since the men have been fishing for sometime the fish have grown to know that they're bad news.
The Iroquois tribe had many tools. One important tool was a tool called a wampum. Usually a wampum has lots of white and purple Atlantic coast seashells on it. A wampum was made of wood and they could have carvings. Wampums can be very pretty.
A wampum could be used for treaties and other important celebrations, events or ceremonies. The Iroquois also used wampums to record history and trade. Wampums were very important in the Iroquois tribe.
The Iroquois also used bark, animal fur, and feathers to make items. To make some things they used an item that looked like a frame to stretch the material, so it's softer. They used this material to make clothes. One thing that the Iroquois made was headdresses for ceremonies or other special events.
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