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  • 1. Woodland Native Americans Alyssa M 2/11/2013
  • 2. Woodland Tribes Hodenosaune Eastern Woodlands Southeastern Woodlands Iroquian Seneca Mohowk Cayuga Onondaga Oneida
  • 3. Woodland SheltersThe most common houses are wigwams, longhouses and teepees. Wigwams are round wooden frames succors covered in bark. Only one family lived in wigwams.Longhouses are long with long hallways. With rooms on both sides. Many families live in them.Teepees are made of skins with poles that hold it up. It is a one family house.
  • 4. Description of religions Woodland Native Americans lived in east of the plains. They lived in forest near lakes, rivers, and streams. They extended from New England to Maine.
  • 5. Food SourcesLiving in the woods meant lots ofrecourses. Woodland tribes werehunters and gathers. They hunteddear, mouse, and bison. They wereeffective fishermen.
  • 6. Clothing Girls BoysThe girls and women Men and boys wore would have woven loin cloth. skirts. During the winter they wore leggings under it.
  • 7. Traditional Ceremonies When someone died, they held a ceremony. The chief sang and danced around the fire. It last for five days. The face paint was a big thing. They expressed feelings for each color.
  • 8. Everyday Life Woodland children mostly got to play during the day when they were young. When the girls got older they helped there mothers garden and do stuff around the house. The boys would go with the tribes and hunt, gather, and track for food.
  • 9. Creditswww.warpaths2peacepipes.comwww.thenativeamericantaoist.compeople.ucls.uchicago.eduvafoodheritage.comwww.ohiohistorycentral.orgwww2.tr.k12.in.ushttp://www.kidzworld.com/article/1330-american-indian
  • 10. Weapons and ToolsThey used bow and arrows, fish nets,and arrow heads.They used shields to protect themfrom animals.Fishermen used nets and spears.