Eastern Woodlands. By: Isabelle, Paige, Loic, and Malick. Tribes. Iroquois: Mohawks & Seneca's Algonquian: Mohegan's & Delaware's. 3. Shelter.
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By: Isabelle, Paige, Loic, and Malick
Iroquois: Mohawks & Seneca's
Algonquian: Mohegan's & Delaware's
Homes are wigwams. They are used for a long time. Men bent small trees and tied them together. Women covered them with birch bark or mats made from plants.
They used animal skins for clothes. They Also made capes out of wild turkey feathers to keep them dry and warm.
They made fast light canoes from trees. (birch bark, cedar, maple) They are made light so that you can carry them from one stream to another.
They settled in the hills and valleys along the sea coast. Lots of rain helped fill the streams and rivers.