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The houses were finished with wooden boords and a thatched, or straw.
Each family was alloted around 800 square feet.
were modeled after the english cattage.
They live in wetus
They have areas for crops and livestock.
Men wore only a loincloth of soft deerskin.
During the summer they lived in cleared ares where they could plant com, squash, beans and other crops.
the girls use garters to tie up the stocking.
The boys still had to wear stockings and garters, and topped it all of with a short coat know as a doublet.
both men and women wore jewerly.
they play the bearing.
The most important lessons were learning Bible Verses.
They need to learn to hunt.
There were not schools but they're parents help to write and read.
Depended on wild game such as rabbit, squirrel, turkey and deer.
They ate with tha hands but they had spoons.
Waterflow such as duck was plentiful in the Massuchusetts.
And also they had they own cannoes.
Were also expert fishmen.
The Meal was also very important.
woman would turn the day's hunt into sobaheg, or meat stew.
Seafood also was a favorite.