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  • Woodland NativeWoodland NativeAmericansAmericansBy BriannaBy Brianna
  • RegionRegion• The Woodland Native Americans lived inthe Northeast region
  • TribesTribes• The Woodland tribes are Iroquois,Penobscot, Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga,Oneida, and Mohawk
  • SheltersShelters• The Woodland Native Americans lived inwigwams and longhouses
  • Food SourcesFood Sources• The Woodland Native Americans huntedbear, moose and bison and werefishermen. They also ate beavers,raccoons, rabbits, corn, beans, andberries.
  • ClothingClothing• The Woodland Native Americans woreshirts, leggings, and moccasins made ofbuckskin during the winter. The womenwore skirts woven out of wild grass andcovered with furs.
  • Everyday LifeEveryday Life• Men made birch bark containers to holdtheir arrowheads and food for long huntingtrips. They made bows and arrows,blowguns, and snares for hunting.
  • Traditions and ceremoniesTraditions and ceremonies• The Woodland Native Americans had acry ceremony when someone died.
  • CraftsCrafts• The Woodland Native American’s craftswere mask carvings, beadwork, andporcupine quillwork where some of theircrafts. They also crafted wampum out ofwhite and purple beads.
  • Weapons or ToolsWeapons or Tools• Warriors used Tomahawks or heavy wooden war clubs.• They also carried shields to protect them from animalattacks as well as attacks from a warring tribe.• They used bows and arrows. Fishermen used nets andpronged spears to catch fish from their canoes.
  • CreditsCredits• http://www.kidzworld.org• http://www.native-languages• Sponsored by Mrs.Arluna• With a special thank you to Mrs.Fiore• By Brianna D.