The Northeastern Woodlands Regional Indigenous History Game

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The Northeastern Woodlands Regional Indigenous History Game

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In what year did the Old Copper people living in the present-day Western Great Lakes area become the first metal workers in the world? 

Was it before or after The People of the Longhouse (the League of the Five Great Fires, Iroquois Conferdercy) was created?

Learn while you play this timeline-based card game that details the history of the Indigenous People of the Northeastern Woodlands from an Indigenous perspective. It can be played by 2-8 people and is suitable for ages 8 and above.

Education Edition includes a study guide, references, extended and instructions and may include more cards.

Travel Edition is the size of a deck of playing cards and includes 75-100 cards and a instruction card.

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