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History. Chapter 2. The Great Council made the decisions in the Iroquios League. The ways the people of the Eastern Woodlands used forests resources was in food, clothing, and water. In addition to meat, the animals provided the peoples of the Eastern Woodlands skins and furs for clothing. .

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History

Chapter 2

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The Great Council made the decisions in the Iroquios League.

  • The ways the people of the Eastern Woodlands used forests resources was in food, clothing, and water.
  • In addition to meat, the animals provided the peoples of the Eastern Woodlands skins and furs for clothing.
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The Iroquois hunters spoke to and thanked the deer they killed because they felt a connection to nature.

  • The Great Council is an Iroquois custom that is still practiced today.
  • Most of the Plains people lived by farming and hunting.
  • Buffalo was important to the people of the Plains for meat, clothing, blankets, and utensils.
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One way horses affected the lifestyle of the Cheyenne was that hunting buffalo was easier.

  • The Cheyenne measured wealth by how many horses they had, not in dollars.
  • Montana, Great Plains state, is home to the Cheyenne today.
  • The Southwest Desert culture region is mostly hot and arid.
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The Hopi built their villages on the tops of mesas for protection.

  • The Hopi dance was a ceremony that honored the kachinas and asked for help.
  • The Hopi of today blend old and new ways of living.
  • A potlatch is a party where the hosts give gifts to show their wealth and generosity.
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The shaman’s main role in Kwakiutl society is to cure sick people.

  • The Kwakiutl believed the shaman could cure illnesses and the shaman performed dances.
  • The Kwakiutl men and women could become shaman.
  • The modern addition to the Kwakiutl culture is sugar.