The Iroquois: The Great Peace

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The Iroquois was a religion that wanted peace throughout the five tribes. The peacemaker believed that the five tribes must follow his laws of peace, to keep the peace between the five tribes. He wanted to the tribes be a peaceful and united religion. The five tribes had agreed with him also. So they made a law called the Great Peace, it was made to let peace flow through the five tribes. It is the most important law ever made in their culture. The Iroquois believed it was important to be unified and peaceful because the peacemaker wants the people to not be selfish. The great law was made to make sure that there was peace and unity between the five tribes. The peacemaker didn’t want the Iroquois to have civil wars throughout the tribes.

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