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. .
The Iroquois hunters spoke to and thanked the deer they killed because they felt a connection to nature.
One way horses affected the lifestyle of the Cheyenne was that hunting buffalo was easier.