Orator of laws for the Iroquois. Mohawk and Onandoga. Around 1400s
League of Iroquois
also known as the Haudenosaunee or the "People of the Longhouse". Formed in 16th century - Iroquois League, or the "League of Peace and Power". The original Iroquois League was often known as the Five Nations. Tuscarora nation joined the League in the 18th century, the Iroquois have often been known as the Six Nations. The League is part of the in the Grand Council, an assembly of 50 hereditary sachems.
In 1983, she was elected deputy chief of the Cherokee Nation
Ben Nighthorse Campbell
American politician. He was a U.S. Senator from Colorado from 1993 until 2005 and was for some time the only Native American serving in the U.S. Congress.
A sun-dried, unburned brick of clay and straw.
The clay or soil from which this brick is made.
A structure built with this type of brick.
A kiva is a room used by modern Puebloans for religious rituals, many of them associated with the kachina belief system.
a type of long, narrow, single-room building, iroquois lived in them
domed single-room dwelling used by certain Native American tribes
tent traditionally made of animal skins or birch bark
Wood carved spirit pole
Located in upstate new york. People of the longhouse. used lax to settle disputes. Consists of cayuga, onandoga, seneca, oneida, and mohawk.
Conquering and ruling people
Honored Jaguar and falcon. buried dead in mounds with wealth. Believed the higher up you were the closer you were to heaven. Hopewell and Mississippian tribes. Appalachian mountains to mississipi valley
Hohokam and Anasazi. Anasazi - cliff dwellers so they can have protection
Slash and burn
Clearing land for farming and fertile soil.
Mexico, rainforest, 1500 b.c., religious centers, trade
rainforest, guatemala, 900 ad, astronomy calender, sports