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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 ...
  • Miss Elizabeth Davis
    Imagemystery       Elizabeth Davis, in staged professional photo, wearing traditional native clothing and aiming a bow and arrow. Died 1932 - Buried at Onondaga
    Imagemystery     Elizabeth Davis, in staged professional photo, wearing traditional native clothing and aiming a bow and arrow. Died 1932 - Buried at Onondaga
  • Rebury Indian Bones at Scarborough Oct. 20-21, Reeve Assures Six Nations of Due Solemnity
    ImageNewspaper       Newspaper detailing visit by Scarborough Reeve Gus Harris with hereditary chiefs to discuss reinterment of bones. Left to right Alex Nanticoke, David Thomas, Bernice Green, Jacob Thomas, Jacob Skye, William Johnson, Gus Harris, Howard Skye, Emerson Hill.
    ImageNewspaper     Newspaper detailing visit by Scarborough Reeve Gus Harris with hereditary chiefs to discuss reinterment of bones. Left to right Alex Nanticoke, David Thomas, Bernice Green, Jacob Thomas, Jacob Skye, William ...
  • Are Six Nations Passports Still Valid After 30 Years?
    ImageNewspaper       Article discussing the validity of Confederacy Passports with a contribution from Alma Greene.
    ImageNewspaper     Article discussing the validity of Confederacy Passports with a contribution from Alma Greene.
  • "Barry Snyder"
    TextNewspaper       Barry Snyder

    He was so determined to present his view to reporters that he agreed to a breakfast meeting on a Friday morning, and drove all night from a conference in Toronto to be there.

    Some children may go to school in limousines, but Mr. Mitchell says ...

    TextNewspaper     Barry Snyder

    He was so determined to present his view to reporters that he agreed to a breakfast meeting on a Friday morning, and drove all night from ...

  • Delawares Found Sanctuary With Their Long-Time Iroquois Enemies
    Text       Article discussing the history of the Delawares and the Six Nations. Ultimately, many of the Delaware people ended up residing in Six Nations Territories, even though the Delaware and Iroquois had been enemies.
    Text     Article discussing the history of the Delawares and the Six Nations. Ultimately, many of the Delaware people ended up residing in Six Nations Territories, even though the Delaware and Iroquois ...
  • War of 1812 Series (39): August 24, 1813 Declarations of War
    TextPublication       Thirty-Ninth in a 62 part series, August 24, 1813 Declarations of War describes the declaration of War made against the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada by The Confederacy Council of Chiefs at Buffalo Creek on August 24, 1813
    TextPublication     Thirty-Ninth in a 62 part series, August 24, 1813 Declarations of War describes the declaration of War made against the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada by The Confederacy Council ...
  • Reading of the Wampum - Six Nations c. 1860’s
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  • War of 1812 Series (38): Peace Council at Burlington Heights
    TextPublication       Thirty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Peace Council at Burlington Heights, Describes the events of the Peace Council meeting at Burlington Heights on April 24, 1815
    TextPublication     Thirty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Peace Council at Burlington Heights, Describes the events of the Peace Council meeting at Burlington Heights on April 24, 1815
  • War of 1812 Series (40): Roy Buck on Battle of Stoney Creek
    TextPublication       Fortieth in a 62 part series, Roy Buck on Battle of Stoney Creek is an excerpt of an interview with Roy Buck on the subject of the Battle of Stoney Creek
    TextPublication     Fortieth in a 62 part series, Roy Buck on Battle of Stoney Creek is an excerpt of an interview with Roy Buck on the subject of the Battle of Stoney ...
  • Red Jacket(Sagoyewatha)Belt
    ImageObject       Wampum belt giver to the Chiefs at Grand River to support a plea for neutrality in 1812. In June of 1812, Seneca, Onondaga and Cayuga Chiefs living at Buffalo Creek came to a council at Grand River. Their motive was to secure a pledge of neutrality on behalf of all ...
    ImageObject     Wampum belt giver to the Chiefs at Grand River to support a plea for neutrality in 1812. In June of 1812, Seneca, Onondaga and Cayuga Chiefs living at Buffalo Creek ...
  • War of 1812 Series (46): Indians at Queenston Heights, October 13, 1812
    TextPublication       Forty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Indians at Queenston Heights, October 13, 1812 lists the text which can be found inscribed on a memorial to the historic 1812 Battle of Queenston Heights. The memorial is located at the base of the Heights on Queenston Street
    TextPublication     Forty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Indians at Queenston Heights, October 13, 1812 lists the text which can be found inscribed on a memorial to the historic 1812 Battle of ...
  • War of 1812 Series (25): 1815 Peace Council at Fort George
    TextPublication       Twenty-Fifth in a 62 part series, 1815 Peace Council at Fort George describes events of the 1815 Peace Council meeting held in Fort George. In attendance where representatives from various Six Nations groups, including The Senecas, Onondagas and Cayugas from Buffalo Creek, The Tonawanda, Allegheny and members of the Grand ...
    TextPublication     Twenty-Fifth in a 62 part series, 1815 Peace Council at Fort George describes events of the 1815 Peace Council meeting held in Fort George. In attendance where representatives from various ...
  • War of 1812 Series (36): Deadliest Day of the War at Chippawa
    TextPublication       Thirty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Deadliest Day of the War at Chippawa describes the deadliest day of the War of 1812
    TextPublication     Thirty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Deadliest Day of the War at Chippawa describes the deadliest day of the War of 1812
  • Chiefs of the Six Nations at Brantford, Canada, explaining their wampum belts to Horatio Hale September 14,1871.
    Image       Chiefs of the Six Nations at Brantford, Canada, explaining their wampum belts to Horatio Hale September 14,1871. Image shows (Left to Right) Joseph Snow (Hahriron), Onondaga Chief; George H. M. Johnson (Deyonhehgon), Mohawk chief, Government interpreter and son of John Smoke Johnson; John Buck (Skanawatih), Onondaga chief, hereditary keeper of ...
    Image     Chiefs of the Six Nations at Brantford, Canada, explaining their wampum belts to Horatio Hale September 14,1871. Image shows (Left to Right) Joseph Snow (Hahriron), Onondaga Chief; George H. M. ...
  • War of 1812 Series : 1812 Six Nations Context Queenston
    TextPublication       Retrospective overview of the War of 1812, with a particular emphasis on the involvement of Native Allies in the conflict.
    TextPublication     Retrospective overview of the War of 1812, with a particular emphasis on the involvement of Native Allies in the conflict.
  • War of 1812 Series : Haudenosaunee Historical Context War of 1812 Queenstown Heights
    TextPublication       Retrospective overview of the War of 1812, with a particular emphasis on the involvement of Native groups in the conflict.
    TextPublication     Retrospective overview of the War of 1812, with a particular emphasis on the involvement of Native groups in the conflict.
  • War of 1812 Series: Six Nations Warriors Who Served in the War of 1812
    TextPublication       List of Six Nations Warriors Who Served in the War of 1812 from the Mohawk, Seneca, Delaware, Oneida, Cayuga, Onondaga and Tutelo Nations. Researched and compiled by the Six Nations Legacy Consortium.
    TextPublication     List of Six Nations Warriors Who Served in the War of 1812 from the Mohawk, Seneca, Delaware, Oneida, Cayuga, Onondaga and Tutelo Nations. Researched and compiled by the Six Nations ...
  • War of 1812 Series : Ten Themes on the War of 1812 as it relates to Six Nations
    TextPublication       Describes the ten major themes of the War of 1812 which are particularly relevant to Six Nations communities. Researched by the Six Nations Legacy Consortium
    TextPublication     Describes the ten major themes of the War of 1812 which are particularly relevant to Six Nations communities. Researched by the Six Nations Legacy Consortium
  • The Employment of Indians in the War of 1812,  the American Historical Association
    TextPublication       Text excerpted from the book ‘The Employment of Indians in the War of 1812’. The book describes the participation of First Nations warriors in the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Text excerpted from the book ‘The Employment of Indians in the War of 1812’. The book describes the participation of First Nations warriors in the War of 1812.
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