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.