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  • Onondaga Women: Among the Liberated
    TextObject       If you must be born a woman, try to be an Onondaga. Iroquois culture is one of the few in the world where the average person is not disappointed when the child born to them is a girl.
    TextObject     If you must be born a woman, try to be an Onondaga. Iroquois culture is one of the few in the world where the average person is not disappointed when ...
  • Iroquois Religion and Women in Historical Perspective
    TextObject       "The term "Iroqouis" is broadly used to refer to a group of sixteen historically identifiable Native American peoples having cognate languages. Some of these peoples are now extinct, some have lost knowledge of their aboriginal language, and others still speak modern Iroquoian languages."
    TextObject     "The term "Iroqouis" is broadly used to refer to a group of sixteen historically identifiable Native American peoples having cognate languages. Some of these peoples are now extinct, some have ...
  • "Extinguishment clause in Akwesasne offer threatens Hodenosaunee rights"
    TextNewspaper  George-Kanentiio, Doug, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 5 Apr 2000     "In reviewing New York State's May 4, 1999 land claims settlement offer to the Mohawks of Akwesasne, there was one paragraph which should be most alarming to those Hodenosaunee who have vigorously defended the concept of aboriginal rights."
    TextNewspaper  George-Kanentiio, Doug, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 5 Apr 2000   "In reviewing New York State's May 4, 1999 land claims settlement offer to the Mohawks of Akwesasne, there was one paragraph which should be most alarming to those Hodenosaunee who ...
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