The Iroquiois lived in longhouses made with wood frames and covered in bark. Sometimes they reaches over 100 feet in length. This is why they were known as the people of the longhouse. There were holes in the roof of the longhouses to let smoke out from fires used for cooking and warmth. They travelled by foot everywhere they went or canoes made out of elm bark.
The Iroquiois lived in longhouses made with wood frames and covered in bark. Sometimes they reaches over 100 feet in length. This is why they were known as the people of the longhouse. Everyday life is a key concept in cultural studies and is a specialized subject in the field of sociology.Some argue that, motivated by capitalism and industrialism's degrading effects on human existence and perception, writers and artists of the 19th century turned more towards self-reflection and the portrayal of everyday life represented in their writings and art to a noticeably greater.
LifeDaily is your Daily Fix of interesting and informative content, written to make your Life better, Daily. Iroquois people still exist today. There are approximately 28,000 living in or near reservations in New York State, and approximately 30,000 more in Canada (McCall 28). Iroquois Indians became. The Daily Life of the Iroquois By: Anne, Paige, Joe, Sophia, and Anthony Longhouses were part of larger villages. One village could have several longhouses.
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In their crops they grew the three sister (corn, beans, squash) and tobacco. Women and children gathered nuts, berries, fruits and vegtables, eggs and, herbs. These were eaten when meat was running low. Men hunted deer, rabbit, bear, beaver, and many other animals. They smoked fish and dried most of their other animals and some berries. They used sunflower seed oil to heal wounds, fry food and as a lotion to keep there skin protected from hot and cold. They stored dried foods in clay pots which had bark covering it to keep the mice out.