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Iroquois walked or used canoes.
The mode of transportation that Iroquois people had was walking and using canoes. Dogs were commonly used as the beasts of burden to carry items.
there transportation is walking and canoeing to hunting grounds and to other villages.
The Iroquois had elm bark canoes and they also walked by foot.
they used Dugout canoes
Yes They Did!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They traveled on horseback and foot.
They used birch bark canoes and snowshoes.
horesback, canoes, and they walked by foot!!
They traveled by foot, by horseback and by canoe
they would walk for miles and used canoes
Yes they did use birchbark canoes but that was not there main source of transportation the elm bark canoes were because they were lighter weight and easier to hollow out.
To keep the peace among the Iroquois nations
The Iroquois used canoes for fishing, trading, transportation and transporting items like corn, other foods and animal skins.
The main staple of the Iroquois and Huron Indians was corn(mais).