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Comparison of Algonquian and Iroquoian Speaking Peoples.pdf

Comparison of Algonquian and Iroquoian Speaking Peoples Introduction: First Nations people of modern-day Ontario belong to one of two language families, the Iroquoian ... Read  Down

1. Curriculum Expectations - Ms Dunn Online.pdf

Algonquian Iroquoian Transportation Canoes (birch bark) Foot Toboggans Snowshoes Canoes Foot Snowshoes (winter) Toboggans (winter) Clothing Deer, caribou, moose hide ...Read  Down

Native People in Early Virginia - Loudoun County Public.pdf

North Carolina border in parts of the Tidewater and Piedmont regions. The Iroquoian-language tribes were hunters, gatherers, farmers, and fishermen ... Read  Down

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  • Native People in Early Virginia - Loudoun County Public ...

    North Carolina border in parts of the Tidewater and Piedmont regions. The Iroquoian-language tribes were hunters, gatherers, farmers, and fishermen.

    www.lcps.org/.../Domain/9333/Native_People_in_Early_Virginia.pdf
  • The Iroquoian people, including the Iroquois

    The Iroquoian people, including the Iroquois · The terms Iroquoian and Iroquois can be confusing. Iroquoian refers to the people who spoke a similar or related ...

    fcinternet.hwdsb.on.ca/~nathan.tidridge/S010EAA85.69/The%20Jesuits.pdf
  • Iroquois and their History - paulrittman.com

    with the Huron, another Iroquoian people, but a historic foe of the Confederacy. The League engaged in a series of wars against the French and their Iroquoian-speaking

    www.paulrittman.com/Iroquois%20Introduction.pdf
  • Peoples of the New World - Saylor

    For example, in the Northeast Iroquoian people (e.g., Cayugas) a ssumed that their way was superior to that of the Algonquian Pequots and in Europe the French professed

    www.saylor.org/.../2011/10/HIST001-1.1.2-Peoples-of-the-New-World.pdf
  • Ancient Iroquoian Burial Mounds6 - C.F.N.E

    Ancient Iroquoian Burial ... area where 5,000 people once resided, in the ravine that leads into Magwood Park is another ancient Effigy Earthwork Burial Mound.

    www.cfne.org/docs/Iroquois/Ancient_Iroquoian_Burial_Mounds6.pdf
  • IROQUOIS CREATION STORY - Debra Morningstar

    on life that the Mohawk and Iroquoian people believe in. This world view, ... The people of the village could sometimes hear her talking, but they did not know

    www.debramorningstar.com/docs/lessonplan_iroquois_creation.pdf