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The Iroquois is a tribe of the Eastern Woodland indians. The Iroquois is one tribe that is seperated
into five groups. These groups are called , Seneca , Cayuga , Onondags , Oneida , and Mohawk. In the
eigh-teenth century Tuscarora became another one of the five groups. Those are the six Iroquoisan
The Iroquois indians are located in the northern part of New York.They are also located by one of the
Great Lakes , Lake Superior.Being near Lake Superior can help the tribe. The men can go fishing or
hunting. This helps get food.
The Iroquois indians lived in long house. The house name is called "longhouse." The longhouse held up
to six to seven families at one time. In the longhouses the Iroquois held meeting about making "peace." In a
peace conference they would pick male sachems , or peace chief.
Topics Related to Indians
Indigenous peoples of the Northeastern Woodlands, Iroquois, First Nations in Ontario, Tuscarora people, Seneca people, Cayuga people, Oneida people, Longhouse, Economy of the Iroquois, Longhouses of the indigenous peoples of North America