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Algonquians vs the Iroquians

A myth submitted to the site by Jordan

Quebec, Canada

The Algonquians and the Iroquians were best friends with each other, they would share food with each other because the Algonquians were hunters and the Iroquians were farmers. They also shared clothing.

One day the Iroquians got mad at the Algonquians for becoming best friends with the Woodlands, so the Iroquians stole some of there land. When the Algonquians found out they stareded war. It went on for several months.

Then the Algonquians starded not having any food, they stareded getting weaker and weaker same with the Iroquians. Then one day the Iroquians said, "You can have your land back this is just all silly. Would you be our friends again?"
The Algonquians said yes and then they starede getting stronger because they were sharing food with each other.

The End

By Jordan
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