A group of Iroquoians and a group of Algonquians meet. The man on the left is holding a wampum string and the man on the right is presenting a beaver pelt.

Title: Meeting of a group of Algonquians and a group of Iroquoians

Source : Huron-Wendat Museum

Year: 2011

The Algonquians and the Iroquoians had different lifestyles and different resources available to them. To obtain what they lacked, the two groups met to trade their surplus goods.