Iroquois Tribe

by: Emma Hunstiger

Area

They live in what is now today

New York state near

St. Lawerence River and

between the Adirondack

Mountains and Nigara

Falls.

Longhouse

Each tribe lives in two

longhouses that can hold

30-60 indians. These houses

are about 150ft long.

Traditions

The oral tradition recounts

the beginning of the

Iroquois confederacy and

specifies that young

warriors staged

a Lacrosse

game.



Food

They mostly eat corn, turkey,

lobster, fish, beans, tacos,

and corn pudding.

Fun Fact

1.The boys weren’t allowed to

hunt with the other men until they

caught something their self.


2.They were mainly farmers.


3. Their most favorite food

was corn cakes.


4. The women were more

powerful than men.