Iroquois Indians

What did the Iroquois use their tree resources for?


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2012-12-10 22:31:30
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for supplies


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to bulid trees and conas and make longhouse

The Iroquois depended on the natural resources around them to meet all of their basic needs.

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They would use all the resources around them to build things such as longhouses and weapons

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because if they didn't move on they would use all of the resources in that place

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Sturdy trees , game animals

they used the wood for travel and shelter, they used the soil for crops, and they used the animals for food

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Trees, bushes, plants, water and natural resources- any thing they could use to keep alive

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They use animal skin for blankets and coats. bark and tree branches for tents or longhouses

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