|aWhich nations made up the Iroquois League? -- What was the Iroquois Trail? -- Did the Iroquois have a written language? -- Did everyone speak the same language? -- What was wampum? -- What other ways was wampum used? -- Where would you live? -- What was a longhouse? -- What did the inside of a longhouse look like? -- Where would you bathe? -- Would you live in the same village your whole life? -- Who was in your family? -- What was your longhouse family? -- What were the clans? -- When did babies get their names? -- What kinds of food would you eat? -- Where did you get meat and fish? -- How many ways would you use corn? -- Would you eat meals with your family? -- Did each family own the land it farmed?-- What kind of clothing would you wear? -- How would you prepare skins for clothing? -- What kinds of shoes would you wear? -- What shoes were good in winter? -- How would you wear your hair? -- How were you punished if you did something wrong? -- How were grown-ups punished for committing crimes? -- Would you go to a doctor when you got sick? -- How would you know the time or date if you didn't have a clock or a calendar? -- Would you go to school? -- Who were your teachers? -- What kind of work did people do? -- What games would you play? -- Would you play games of chance? - - Were there special wintertime games? -- What were the traditional religious beliefs? -- Did everyone practice the same religion? -- How did the Iroquois believe the world began? -- Were there special holiday festivals? -- When was the League of the Iroquois founded? -- How did the League begin? -- What is the Great Law of Peace? -- How was the government set up? -- Werethere special rules of behavior at the council meetings? -- Who were the members of the League council? -- How did you become a council chief? -- What was the Condolence Ceremony? -- Was there a special way the Iroquois ended their stories?.
|aDescribes the daily life of the Iroquois, their clothing, food, games, and customs before and after the coming of the white man.
Detailed, four-color paintings and a question-and-answer text bring to life the traditional life, customs, and everyday world of the Iroquois -- one of the most powerful and influential of the Indian nations.