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What did the Mohican tribe eat?

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What did the Mohican tribe eat?

The Mohicans:

The Mohicans are a group of Native Americans from the northeastern part of New York State, western Massachusetts, southern Vermont, and the northwest of Connecticut in the US. The Mohicans spoke a dialect of an Algonquian language. The word Mohican comes from the Algonquian word Muhhekunneuw which means 'people of the waters that are never still'.

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The Mohicans ate a lot of fish and seafood such as shellfish like lobsters and scallops. They also ate the basic crops of corn, beans, and squash that...

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Native American Tribes: Names & Cultures
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In this lesson, we will encounter Native American tribes and cultures from the Northeast, Great Plains, and Southwest regions. The lesson explores cultural differences between tribes of each major region.


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