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  • one year ago

Why did the Iroquois Indians string dyed beads and shells together? To make jewelry To record information To create tribal decorations To teach their children to count

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  1. anonymous
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    to record information i believe.

  2. anonymous
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    I think it is A or D.

  3. barreraA
    • one year ago
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    But anyways, Native American Crafts: Colonists and Native Americans traded with each other. The Iroquois strung dyed beads and shells together to record information. Some New England colonists used Iroquois wampum for money. The Cherokee used painted clay beads in jewelry and clothing. @AliceCullen

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