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Iroquois weapons
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Iroquois weapons



Iroquois weapons














By the mid 1980s, IROQUOIS was beginning to become obsolete. . Later when traders came along, knives and guns. They traveled up to 50 miles a day wearing the snowshoes in deep snowHand made Indian weapons, such as lances, gunstock and other war clubs, and tomahawks made in the traditions of the North American Indians. . The Iroquois (pronounced /ˈɪrəkwɔɪ/), also known as the Haudenosaunee or the "People of . The tips of the arrows were made out of flint, turtle . . centuries ago to symbolize the union forged when the former enemies buried their weapons . Snowshoes made winter hunting easier for the Iroquois. . . . get updates discuss research share Facebook Twitter Search Related answers: What tools and weapons do the iroqois' use ? They . The Iroquois now possessed large numbers . . Find 2 questions and answers about Iroquois-Weapons at Ask. Answer Early, bow and arrow, lance, tomahawk, and club. The once state-of-the-art warship was rapidly being eclipsed by the advances in naval weapons technology that had taken . Want to know more about Iroquois Indian weapons? Read on for facts and info on the most popular weapons used by the Iroquois people and find out more about each Iroquois Indian . Iroquois WeaponsThe Iroquois had many types of weapons. . . Another valuable weapon was the war . The Iroquois were the most powerful and best organized nation of any of the other North American native tribes, and they did it by expanding their land and inThe other reason that the bow and arrow was important to the Iroquois was because it was one of many weapons the Iroquois used in battle. They used a salmon spear to catch salmon or . . . . . Can you answer this question? Answer it or. The Iroquois men wore deerskin skirts, breechcloths, and moccasins. The men carved wooded bowls and spoons. The nations who occupied the lands coveted by the Iroquois were armed with stone-age weapons --flint-tipped arrows, lances and war clubs. They traveled up to 50 miles a day wearing the snowshoes in deep snowThey Used used bows and arrows. Typically only two to two and one-half feet long, the war club can be . . Mohawk fishermen used spears and fishing poles. The men made canoes, houses, and tools. . com Read more. . . . . . . Tools and Weapons. The bows were made out of hickory or ash wood. It took a long time to make these weapons by hand. The men made canoes, houses, and tools. . . The war club was, and in fact is, a formidable weapon that is associated with the Iroquois in particular. They had bows and arrows and spears. Snowshoes made winter hunting easier for the Iroquois. . Copy & paste this link to your blog or website to reference this pageThe men made all their tools and weapons. . . . The Iroquois used bone or rock harpoons to capture most of their food. Tools and Weapons. isn't that awesome??? i know it is I know that they used spears alsoInformation about the Iroquois Indians and the Haudenosaunee League for students and teachers. Top questions and answers about Iroquois-Weapons. Covers food, clothing, longhouses, art and crafts, weapons and tools, legends .
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