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Carolyn Evans-Dean
Carolyn Evans-Dean • 1 year ago

THE RABBIT The rabbit is important to the Haudenosaunee because it provides meat for food. Rabbit skin is used for making clothing. Many skins can be sewn together to make blankets.

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