The Eastern Woodlands live in the forest and they build villages and towns out of wigwams and long houses. The forest has good soil but they had to chop down trees to make room for their crops.
The Eastern Woodlands live in forsets so they hunt forest animals like deer, fox and rabbits. Also, they would make room for crops of mostly beans, squash and corn. They planted so much of those three crops that they named them the three sisters.
On a normal day the Eastern Woodland Native Americans would make clothes out of animal skin, played lacrosse and decorated pots. They would use bird feathers and beads to decorate and would draw pictures on the pots.