Around where the Iroquois lived, the climate is never too extreme. Instead, it is very distinct; warm in the spring, hot in the summer, cool in the fall, and cold in the winter. As a result, the Iroquois lived a very structured life according to the seasons. In the off seasoned winter, the Iroquois have more time to themselves, which is for crafts, inventing new things and making foresight essential to the racial and individual survivals. In the spring, cleaning and planting are done. In the hot summer, farming and other hard labor is done, such as building houses. During the time of fall, people gather as much food and supplies as they can to prepare for the winter. Since, the weather is never too extreme, the Iroquois don’t have to worry about the land being too dry because of insufficient rainfall, too much rainfall that it floods, houses being torn away because of tornado or hurricanes, winters being too cold that people freeze to death, or any kind of weather that causes trouble. Overall, the Iroquois possessed the climatic factors that tend to develop people to have the maximum of physical and mental vigor.
Made by Cathy Xing