What did Iroquois use for transportation?
They traveled on horseback and foot.
Sometimes--the Iroquois Indians did use elm-bark or dugout canoes for fishing trips, but usually preferred to travel by land. Originally the Iroquois tribes used dogs as pack animals. (There were no horses in North America until colonists brought them over from Europe.) In wintertime, Iroquois people used laced snowshoes and sleds to travel through the snow.
They used animals, wood and fertile soil the most. Wood- used for transportation, recreational games and shelter Animals- Clothing, turtle represents earth and iroquois calendar Fertile Soil- grew corn, beans and squash. corn made into dolls, smoked deer sking, women had 150 meals prepared with corn