Mar 25, 2016
Pastimes that people do on the weekends was a way of life for the people of the Eastern Woodlands. Learn about the animals that were vital to the way of life in all Iroquoia.
Today we will talk about deer drives, fishing, beaver trapping and .... bear raising?
Voyages de la Nouvelle France by Samuel...
Mar 21, 2016
The Three Sisters are Corn, Beans and Squash. Not only are they well balanced varieties of vegetables they also work together in symbiosis. We discuss agriculture, food gathering and storage.
Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants by Arthur C. Parker
Iroquoia: The Development of a Native World:...
Mar 7, 2016
The Six Nations are further broken down into clans. Clans are represented by certain animals. The purpose is not to divide a nation but in fact to bring about unity and help in times of mourning. Join us as we learn how clans were a benefit to everyone in Iroquoia.
How the Clans were Chosen - Oneida Nation...