The Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands believed that everything had a spirit; from trees and plants to animals, from animals to rocks.
The Eastern Woodlands Native Americans lived in wigwams and long houses. These were often located near rivers. The woman of the Eastern Woodlands farmed. They used a strategy called slash-and-burn to cut and then burn trees. Woman also weaved baskets and fishing nets, and created pottery.
The Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands' meals consisted mainly of rabbit, dear, and bear. The Three Sisters, corn, squash and beans, appeared in their meals as well.