The Mohawk men hunted, traded and went into war. The Mohawk women took care of the farming, property and the family. The women also ran the tribe if they were a mother of the tribe. As well as there were the gender roles both genders also told stories, made artwork, made music and they made traditional medicine. The Mohawk children were just like us except they did allot more chores. The children would play with each other, they helped around the house and they went hunting and fishing.
The Mohawk roles also included the Mohawk confederacy. The head of all Mohawks was the grand council. The National Council took the role as second in command. Next were the Mohawk settlements. Then the Kahnawake, Kannesakake and the Akwsasne tribes were in command. Lastly came the Canajoharie and Trionoderoge tribe