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The original inhabitants of North America made beautiful carved masks and clothing adorned with delicate beadwork. In this lesson, learn about Iroquois art and ...

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The artwork of the Iroquois is a huge part of the culture. Iroquois art like many forms of art tends to represent the beliefs of its creators and the heritage of the ...

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Here is an article which gives a glimpse of the culturally rich past of the Iroquois tribe. Read on to know about their peculiar arts and crafts as well as some ...

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Information about the Iroquois Indians and the Haudenosaunee League for students and teachers. Covers food, clothing, longhouses, art and crafts, weapons ...

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What does the Iroquois Indian Museum have in their collection? Everything Iroquois from archaeologist, historical, and contemporary art!

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Explore Hayehwatha Returns's board "Art: Iroquois", followed by 297 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Iroquois, Mohawk hairstyles and Native american.

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Arts of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois). Proud to have retained their social structure with hereditary chiefs and strong matriarchs, the symbols of their history,  ...

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Jan 28, 2019- Explore Lisa Cureatz Egan's board "Iroquois Art Ideas" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Visual arts, Art for kids and Art lessons elementary.

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The Iroquois created quality and original arts and crafts. Before the arrival of the Europeans, they used traditional materials such as corn husk, hide, clay, wood, ...