Social Studies Algonquians and Iroquois by Christian Rickford
Updated: 1/15/2020
Social Studies Algonquians and Iroquois by Christian Rickford
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  • Hi, I'm an Algonquian. I am a Native American from a long time ago.
  • This is my house. It's called a Wigwam.
  • Wigwams are made out of trees and bark.
  • Algonquians use all natural resources like lakes, and trees
  • Speaking of natural resources, these shoes I'm wearing are called moccasins. Moccasins are made out of leather. from deer skin.
  • Hi, I'm an Iroquois. I live in a longhouse. Multiple families live in one longhouse.
  • This is the inside of the longhouse. A lot of Haudenosaunee live in here.
  • Haudenosaunee means the people who live in the longhouse.
  • In August we have a festival and eat the three sisters.
  • The three sisters the three are corn, squash, and beans.
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