|Iroquois - The People of the Eastern Woodlands|
Look at the official page of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) tribes, and read some general information on their customs. Go visit a webpage on the Haudenosaunee constitution. Acquire some new information on the languages of the Haudenosaunee tribes.
The Haudenosaunee Confederacy was a group of the First Nations/Native Americans to establish a democratic government. Learn about the history of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Read some traditional Haudenosaunee legends. Then, look at my page on the separate tribes in the Confederacy and their clans - Tribes, History, and Government.
|Daily Life Learn about the unique culture of the Iroquois. See pictures of their homes. Read about (and bake) their food. Learn about their clothing throughout the year, and get to understand the intricacies of the Haudenosaunee society.|
|Environment Learn about where the Iroquois lived, and see for yourself with a map of the Iroquois Confederacy. Also, discover about the movement of the village, and the fate of their ancestral lands.|
|Religion Learn about the religion of the Haudenosaunee, which was full of colorful tales, intriguing masks, and reverence for the world around them. Find out about the kinds of spirits, and what parts they played in daily life. Read a version of the Iroquois Creation myth, and visualize the events that occur in that tale.|
|Sports and Toys Learn about the games Haudenosaunee children and adults played for fun. Discover how these games helped people learn important skills to use in their every day lives. Understand the uses for a corn doll (and make one yourself!)|