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IROQUOIS LONGHOUSE

The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) people lived in villages and farmed.  Their houses were called longhouses because they were longer than they were wide.  The houses were made from elm bark.  They had door openings at both ends and no doors or windows.  During the winter, the doors would have been covered with skins.   Explore a Clickable Longhouse.

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