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Longhouse

"Longhouse" is the name of a type of traditional Native American house of the Iroquois tribes and some of their Algonquian neighbors. They were typically constructed of wooden poles with birchbark covering, and their English name comes from their size (some longhouses were as up to 200 feet long.)

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 Native American longhouse
 Iroquoian languages
 Iroquois Confederacy
 Iroquois myths
 Mohawk words
 Seneca words
 Woodlands Native Americans



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