Algonquians and Iroquoians: Farmers of the Woodlands

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American History

 

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January 7, 2017

 

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Also, they utilized the bark, primarily the bark from the birch tree to build canoes, roofing mats, receptacles among others. Both tribes practiced agriculture, growing vegetables through what is known as swidden, which implies burned and cleared the soil. Burned and organic materials favored corn harvest, squash and bean vines...
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The members of this tribe considered semi-sedentaries, were true farmers and its matrilineal social system would play a determinant role. Everything concerning to plant cultivation, food processing and storage was responsibility of women. The domestic life of Iroquoians was divided into two branches the clearings, consisted of longhouses led by women, and the wider wilderness scenery of hunting activities dominated by men...
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