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transportation =eastern woodland Indians
what are some of the eastern woodland indians customs and traditions
How did the physical environment of the eastern woodland Indians affect the homes they constructed
A:they are called eastern woodland Indians because they lived in forest and were in the east coast.
the woodland indians are known for their good "wood-sucking"
Not exactly you see, the Iroquois is a small group of tribes inside the whole subgroup of the eastern woodland Indians
The Eastern Woodland hunted wild games, such as deer, rabbit, and turkeys.
The Eastern Woodland Indians invented maple syrup. They learned to extract and boil down the sap for a springtime sweet treat.
no they are not nomad's!
eastern woodlandindians are cool
Yes Eastern woodland Indians is another name for the Iroquois Indians.
The Eastern Woodland Indians government was ruled by the chief. The tribe is composed of the chief's family, the noble men, and the commoners. Chief makes the law.
They live in Longhouses
they have differnt costumes
Plains Indians Eastern Woodland Indians and Northwest Coastal Indians
The eastern woodlands of North America (United States).
They wore animal skins.
They didnt have a government.
they mostly are construction workers
The roles of the men in the Eastern Woodland Indian tribe were very defined. The men were the hunters and providers of the women and kids.
snow shoes, walking, and canoe.
They hunted animal for food and shelter.
they mostly build longhouses and wigwams
The Iroquois Indians lived in the coastal plains region(Eastern Woodlands)
They both raised crops and stored them for the winter.
They traded brich-bark goods and wampams.
HIAWATHA DEGANAWEIDA cool where do they come from Iroquois
With a heat source, like everyone else.
bows and knives and the brain beater
i dont know you tell me
they made their clothes out of animal skins.
nothing we where today
the went kakakakakakakak
No. The Northwestern Native Americans did.
yes they do but the woman fishes and farm
No. One is in the East and the other is in the South. That is why they are called what they are called.
the wood land Indians planted corn sunflower seeds and punckins and tobacco
They believed that a spirit live in every tree bud
differt states like tenase and gorgia or alabama
They grew squash, corn, beans, and rice.
In Longhouses and Wigwams- Wigwams are houses made out of saplings.
Tepis,longhouse and near rivers
Im pretty sure they made it out of clay.
Food, shelter, clothing and tools.
trees! they played a huge part!
There were many tribes in the eastern woodlands, so a particular tribe is needed.
IDK u need to get a life though The guy who said that is a jerk. The eastern woodland Indians, or the Adena, lived around bodies of water.
Hunted and grew food in gardens.
they went and got there food and stored it before winter came