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Iroquois power point review

  1. 1. Angela Rutschke EDTECH 541September 29, 2012
  2. 2. Iroquois Confederacy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxDJOCfFI7M
  3. 3. The Great Peace Maker YouTube.com The Iroquois Tree of Peace iroquoismuseum.org The Iroquois Tree of Peace iroquoismuseum.org
  4. 4. Iroquois Map en.wikipediea.org
  5. 5. Seneca Cayuga Oneida Mohawk Onondoga Flag of the Iroquois Confederacy Wikimedia Commons
  6. 6. • No textbooks or notes allowed• Group has 10 seconds to discuss, then they need to answer. If they cannot produce an answer, or it is incorrect, other groups may steal.• Be respectful and have fun! Press this symbol to go to the answer. Press this symbol to return to the game board.
  7. 7. Historical andGeographical Social Decision Collective Government Thinking Structure Making Identity 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
  8. 8. Historical and Geographical Thinking 100Name three of the five founding nations of the Iroquois Confederacy.
  9. 9. Historical and Geographic Thinking 200 Name the Keepers of theEastern and Western door.
  10. 10. Historical and Geographic Thinking 300 When was the Iroquois Confederacy founded?
  11. 11. Historical and Geographical Thinking 400The sixth nation of the Iroquois Confederacy joined in 1702. What is the name of this nation?
  12. 12. Historical and Geographical Thinking 500 What is oral history?
  13. 13. Historical and Geographical Thinking 100Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, One ida, Mohawk
  14. 14. Historical and Geographic Thinking 200 Keepers of the Eastern Door-Mohawk Keepers of the Western Door- SenecaHiawatha Belt http://tinyurl.com/8kw2uva
  15. 15. Historical and Geographic Thinking 300 1142
  16. 16. Historical and Geographic Thinking 400 Tuscarora
  17. 17. Historical and Geographical Thinking 500The account of an event that is passed on through tales, folklore, stories, etc.
  18. 18. Social Structure 100This word is synonymous with Iroquois.
  19. 19. Social Structure 200People of the same________ did not marry each other.
  20. 20. Social Structure 300How are clan mothers chosen?
  21. 21. Social Structure 400 Where would the men andwomen meet to discuss issues?
  22. 22. Social Structure 500What does matrilineal mean?
  23. 23. Social Structure 100 Haudenosaunee
  24. 24. Social Structure 200 clan This was to prevent any onenation from attempting to take over the Confederacy.
  25. 25. Social Structure 300 The title was hereditary, and passed on to the womenrelative that was thought to be best suited for the position.
  26. 26. Social Structure 400 In their longhouse
  27. 27. Social Structure 500Tracing family history through the mother.
  28. 28. Decision Making 100What is a consensus?
  29. 29. Decision Making 200If the Younger Brothers do notagree with the decision of theOlder Brothers, what happens?
  30. 30. Decision Making 300How is the Hoyaneh chosen?
  31. 31. Decision Making 400 Describe 2 ways in which theIroquois ensured everyone had a voice.
  32. 32. Decision Making 500What is an alliance?
  33. 33. Decision Making 100An agreement by everyone involved in the decision
  34. 34. Decision Making 200The issue goes back to the Older Brothers until consensus is reached.
  35. 35. Decision Making 300By the clan mother. She couldremove the hoyaneh if she didnot think he was doing his job properly.
  36. 36. Decision Making 400• Women’s councils• Men’s councils• Representatives at Grand Council meetings• Using consensus
  37. 37. Decision Making 500An agreement among a group of nations to support each other
  38. 38. Government 100 What is the name of thelarge group where all the hoyaneh of the nations gather for decision making?
  39. 39. Government 200
  40. 40. Government 300What was the name of the man who brought a message of peace to the nations?
  41. 41. Government 400
  42. 42. Government 500 Explain one link betweenIroquois society and their form of government?
  43. 43. Government 100Grand Council
  44. 44. Government 200 • It takes a long time • Difficult in a large group• One person can hold up the whole group
  45. 45. Government 300Deganawida/Dekanawidah
  46. 46. Government 400 50 Hoyanahs participatedin a Grand Council meeting
  47. 47. Government 500• Use consensus, not voting, as they believe in all voices being heard• Matrilineal hierarchy, clan mother chooses hoyaneh• Ensure no nation becomes too powerful through intermarriage among nations and creation of clans
  48. 48. Collective Identity 100 At the Grand council, each Hoyaneh wore a distinct______________ that identified him with his nation.
  49. 49. Collective Identity 200 In the Hiawatha Wampumbelt, What does the Onondaga symbol (tree) represent?
  50. 50. Collective Identity 300 This is used by the Iroquois to record important events or treaties. It is made by weavingspecific patterns of shell beads into strings or belts.
  51. 51. Collective Identity 400Name a wampum belt that was named after an event.
  52. 52. Collective Identity 500How did wampum belts show collective identity?
  53. 53. Collective Identity 100 HeaddressSix Nations Kastowas http://velocicrafter.tumblr.com/post/6484860845/kahsennanoron-six-nations-kastowa-this
  54. 54. Collective Identity 200 The tree of peace.The Iroquois Tree of Peace iroquoismuseum.org
  55. 55. Collective Identity 300 Wampum belt
  56. 56. Collective Identity 400The Hiawatha Wampum Belt Two Row Wampum Treaty
  57. 57. Collective Identity 500Wampum belts representedtreaties, stories, history, oraltraditions, important eventsthat happened to the group
  58. 58. • Iroquois History• Create a Virtual Wampum Belt• Build a Longhouse• Iroquois Oral Traditions• Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Facts

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