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Tools used by the Iroquois included stone axes, flint knives, hoes, arrowheads and knives. Tools of the Iroquois served many purposes: some helped the Iroquois farm, while others facilitated hunting and preparing animals...

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Iroquois canoes were water vessels made out of elm bark or a hollowed-out log. Though most styles of Native-American canoes were built to be light and swift, Iroquois canoes could be very long, as much as 30 feet in leng...

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The Iroquois of the Northeast United States believed in three classes of the supernatural: spirits, ghosts of the dead, and the gods. The group also believed in a Great Spirit, who had an evil counterpart in the world.

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