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  • Iroquois Burden Straps and Small Bag in the Sloane Collection, British Museum
    Image       From D.I. Bushnell, Jr. collection, 1946. Published in American Anthropologist, n.s. Vol.8, No.4, 1906, Plate 37. British Museum catalogue description: 573: A cord made of hemp and porcupine quills dyed. From the Iroquois for tying their prisoners; 574: The same of a coarser sort without the quills; 203: An Indian ...
    Image     From D.I. Bushnell, Jr. collection, 1946. Published in American Anthropologist, n.s. Vol.8, No.4, 1906, Plate 37. British Museum catalogue description: 573: A cord made of hemp and porcupine quills dyed. ...
  • Dr Walter Hough, Demonstrating the Use of an Iroquois Pump Drill before 1935
    Image       Reverse: "Pump drill, Iroquois Indians, Dr Walter Hough and ?" pencilled on back of file print
    Image     Reverse: "Pump drill, Iroquois Indians, Dr Walter Hough and ?" pencilled on back of file print
  • Iroquois Burden Straps and Small Bag in the Sloan Collection, British Museum
    Image       A cord made of hemp and porcupine quills dyed from the Iroquois by the Indian kings - given me by Mr [Capt.] Middleton - for tying their prisoners. (Number 573). The same of a coarser sort without the quills (Number 574). An Indian purse made by the Huron Savages of ...
    Image     A cord made of hemp and porcupine quills dyed from the Iroquois by the Indian kings - given me by Mr [Capt.] Middleton - for tying their prisoners. (Number 573). ...
  • Iroquois Since 1820
    TextObject       By 1820, the various social, economic, and political consequences of the Iroquois defeat by the Americans in the Revolution were apparent.
    TextObject     By 1820, the various social, economic, and political consequences of the Iroquois defeat by the Americans in the Revolution were apparent.
  • Iroquois Sash
    Image       Photograph of a sash.
    Image     Photograph of a sash.
  • Iroquois Rattles (gourd)
    Image       Photograph of two gourd rattles.
    Image     Photograph of two gourd rattles.
  • Iroquois Head-dress
    Image       Photograph of a headdress (gustoweh).
    Image     Photograph of a headdress (gustoweh).
  • The Iroquois at Quebec (on envelope)
    Image       Photograph of several Iroquois people posing outdoors in Quebec.
    Image     Photograph of several Iroquois people posing outdoors in Quebec.
  • "Carrying the Message"
    TextPublication       Please contact the SNPL if you wish to view this document. Ask for item SNPL004832v00d...
    TextPublication     Please contact the SNPL if you wish to view this document. Ask for item SNPL004832v00d...
  • "The Redman's Appeal for Justice"
    Text       "The Redman's Appeal for Justice: The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State." This is an older copy. To view the updated copy visit SNPL002419v00d.
    Text     "The Redman's Appeal for Justice: The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State." This is an older copy. To view the updated copy visit SNPL002419v00d.
  • "Six Nations Dispute Threatens Agreement"
    NewspaperPublication       "A hunting and fishing agreement between the province and traditional chiefs at Six Nations may have been jeopardized by the band council."
    NewspaperPublication     "A hunting and fishing agreement between the province and traditional chiefs at Six Nations may have been jeopardized by the band council."
  • "Traditional Chiefs Oppose Constitution"
    NewspaperPublication  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1992     "Two of the oldest governments in Canada are not impressed with the constitutional package being promoted by Ottawa in the referendum campaign."
    NewspaperPublication  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1992   "Two of the oldest governments in Canada are not impressed with the constitutional package being promoted by Ottawa in the referendum campaign."
  • "Natives Will No Longer Tolerate Loss of Their Land and Rights"
    Newspapermystery       "Since the beginning of time, American Indians have lived independent, on their own lands, long before there ever was a white government in America. Any agreements made were made with the British Empire and the Iroquois Confederacy of six united American Indian nations, and no one else. These treaties were ...
    Newspapermystery     "Since the beginning of time, American Indians have lived independent, on their own lands, long before there ever was a white government in America. Any agreements made were made with ...
  • "Canada's Natives are Uniting in Fight to Reclaim Their Land"
    Newspapermystery       "Every day you read the newspaper, there is some trouble that the native people are having with one of the Canadian governments over land ownership and treaties being broken, restrictions being placed on native people in their own land. No wonder they're getting angry when they know they are being ...
    Newspapermystery     "Every day you read the newspaper, there is some trouble that the native people are having with one of the Canadian governments over land ownership and treaties being broken, restrictions ...
  • Chief Josiah Hill - Secretary Six Nations Council 1873-1915
    Imagemystery       Portrait of Six Nations Confederacy Council, c. 1910, prior to the Federal Take-over of Council. Josiah Hill, Secretary of the Council is center. Photo taken at old Council House, Ohsweken Ontario.
    Imagemystery     Portrait of Six Nations Confederacy Council, c. 1910, prior to the Federal Take-over of Council. Josiah Hill, Secretary of the Council is center. Photo taken at old Council House, Ohsweken ...
  • The Wampum Belt Collection of the New York State Museum
    TextObject       Description of the Wampum Belt Collection of the New York State Museum.
    TextObject     Description of the Wampum Belt Collection of the New York State Museum.
  • The League of the Iroquois: Its History, Politics, and Ritual
    TextObject       Of all Indians in the Northeast, the Iroquois of the League - the famed confederacy of the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca tribes- most profoundly influenced history in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
    TextObject     Of all Indians in the Northeast, the Iroquois of the League - the famed confederacy of the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca tribes- most profoundly influenced history in the ...
  • The Cayuga Condolence Cane of Andrew Spragg. The Roll Call of the Iroquois Chiefs
    Image       Made sometime after the middle of the nineteenth century, probably about 1860, its use was confined to the Lower Cayuga band on the Grand River...Although it is now a sacred relic, and it has been reproduced once more by the Cayugas, the Cranbrook specimen does not antedate the American Revolution ...
    Image     Made sometime after the middle of the nineteenth century, probably about 1860, its use was confined to the Lower Cayuga band on the Grand River...Although it is now a sacred ...
  • Six Nations Indians to Join Pilgrimage to U.N.
    ImagePublication       Article detailing members of Six Nations plans to travel to New York to meet with other North American Natives at the United Nations Assembly followed by a parade.
    ImagePublication     Article detailing members of Six Nations plans to travel to New York to meet with other North American Natives at the United Nations Assembly followed by a parade.
  • Indians Want to Send Envoy to London Talks
    TextNewspaper       Article outlining the request of the Six Nations Confederacy to send a representative to the Commonwealth Prime Minister's Conference in London.
    TextNewspaper     Article outlining the request of the Six Nations Confederacy to send a representative to the Commonwealth Prime Minister's Conference in London.
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