The Mohawk were the easternmost peoples of the Haudenosaunee, or the Iroquois Confederacy. Like others in this group, they lived in longhouses of wood and bark and survived by hunting, fishing, and farming. This fact-filled book includes essential information about many aspects of Mohawk history, including treaties and wars, and Mohawk culture, such as language and clothing. Readers will learn about Mohawk people in modern history, such as their contribution to the construction of New York City. Historical images and fact boxes add further interest to the thought-provoking content.
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