Food, Tools, Art
Many tools used by the Iroquois were snowshoes (see picture above) for the cold winters, and canoes used on the Lawerence River. We must remember that the Iroquois were farmers, so they made and grew much of their daily diet. For example they grew corn, beans, bread, squashes, and pumpkins. When they are not growing their food, they are catching fish and hunting deer, or bears. Iroquois art involves making masks, baskets, and other creations for their culture. The picture above shows corn husk mask used to frighten evil spirits.