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After a lot of soul searching I finally worked out how I was going to make the first two of my Indian Longhouses, you'll not believe how...
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Little Girl’s Assignment: Build a longhouse or wigwam, using as many natural resources as possible. She was determined not to use anything other than natural resources. If it was up to her, …
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In the northeastern United States, longhouses were the dominant type of home among Native Americans. These houses were built from tree trunks lashed together and then covered with slabs of tree bark. The houses measured as much as 20 feet high, 20 feet wide and 50 to 150 feet long.
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Photo about Interior of a native canadian longhouse, lanaudiere region of quebec. Image of canada, quebec, wood - 15776975
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longhouse, traditional dwelling of many Northeast Indians of North America. A traditional longhouse was built by using a rectangular frame of saplings, each 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.5 cm) in diameter. The larger end of each sapling was placed in a posthole in the ground, and a domed roof was created by tying together the sapling tops. The structure was then covered with bark panels or shingles. In some cases separate doors were provided for men and women, one at each end of the house…
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Huron, also called Wyandot, Wyandotte, or Wendat, Iroquoian-speaking North American Indians who were living along the St. Lawrence River when contacted by French explorer Jacques Cartier in 1534. Many aspects of Huron culture were similar to those of other Northeast Indians. Traditionally, the Huron lived in villages of large bark-covered longhouses, each of which housed a matrilineal extended family; some villages were protected by an encircling palisade. Agriculture was the mainstay of the…
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Interior of an Iroquois Longhouse at Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Ontario
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The People of the Longhouse | Comprehension Worksheet: The Iroquois
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