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  • War of 1812 Series (7): 1811 Destruction of Prophetstown
    TextPublication       Seventh in a 62 part series, 1811 Destruction of Prophetstown describes the differing perspectives of two influential Six Nations prophets Lalawethika (He Makes a Loud Noise) the brother of Tehcumtheh, and Seneca prophet Sganyadái:yo (Handsome Lake). It also describes the influence their views had on events surrounding the War of ...
    TextPublication     Seventh in a 62 part series, 1811 Destruction of Prophetstown describes the differing perspectives of two influential Six Nations prophets Lalawethika (He Makes a Loud Noise) the brother of Tehcumtheh, ...
  • War of 1812 Series (43): July 11, 1813 1st Raid on Black Rock
    TextPublication       Forty-Third in a 62 part series, July 11, 1813 1st Raid on Black Rock describe the raid by British soldiers of Black Rock on July 11th, 1813
    TextPublication     Forty-Third in a 62 part series, July 11, 1813 1st Raid on Black Rock describe the raid by British soldiers of Black Rock on July 11th, 1813
  • War of 1812 Series (31): 1876 Reconciliation at Letchworth
    TextPublication       Thirty-First in a 62 part series, 1876 Reconciliation at Letchworth describes the historic 1876 council meeting in which leaders from the Mohawk and Seneca Nations attempted to repatriate
    TextPublication     Thirty-First in a 62 part series, 1876 Reconciliation at Letchworth describes the historic 1876 council meeting in which leaders from the Mohawk and Seneca Nations attempted to repatriate
  • War of 1812 Series (42): Separate Destinies
    TextPublication       Forty-Second in a 62 part series, Separate Destinies describes U.S. Indian agent Erastus Granger’s appeal to the Senecas and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) to join the War of 1812 as military allies.
    TextPublication     Forty-Second in a 62 part series, Separate Destinies describes U.S. Indian agent Erastus Granger’s appeal to the Senecas and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) to join the War of 1812 as military ...
  • War of 1812 Series : List of Seneca Veterans of the War of 1812 from Buffalo Creek
    TextPublication       List of Seneca veterans of the War of 1812. Researched and compiled by the Six Nations Legacy Consortium.
    TextPublication     List of Seneca veterans of the War of 1812. Researched and compiled by the Six Nations Legacy Consortium.
  • War of 1812 Series (53): Dispossess by the Allies
    TextPublication       Fifty-Third in a 62 part series, Dispossess by the Allies describes the displacement of Seneca and Cayuga Nation populations from Ohio.
    TextPublication     Fifty-Third in a 62 part series, Dispossess by the Allies describes the displacement of Seneca and Cayuga Nation populations from Ohio.
  • War of 1812 Series (5): Sagoyewatha’s Peace Plan
    TextPublication       Fifth in a 62 part series, Sagoyewatha’s Peace Plan describes the only time in history where the Iroquois Confederacy and the Covenant Chain is broken as Seneca’s side with the United States and the other nations remain allies of the Crown.
    TextPublication     Fifth in a 62 part series, Sagoyewatha’s Peace Plan describes the only time in history where the Iroquois Confederacy and the Covenant Chain is broken as Seneca’s side with the ...
  • 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 ...
  • Indian Warriors from Lake Erie
    Image       Printed by F. Moser 1819.Denis Dighton del et lithog. written in pencil, bottom right and left of the print.
    Image     Printed by F. Moser 1819.Denis Dighton del et lithog. written in pencil, bottom right and left of the print.
  • War of 1812 Series (62): Women and War
    TextPublication       Sixty-Second in a 62 part series, Women and War describes how women often suffered the most from the violence of the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Sixty-Second in a 62 part series, Women and War describes how women often suffered the most from the violence of the War of 1812.
  • Portrait of Tommy Jemmy
    Image       Image of Painting (oil on canvas) of Tommy Jemmy (Soo-non-gize, or Long Horns)a Seneca Chief. Noted for killing a Seneca Woman (Kau-qua-tau) for witchcraft and the large court proceeding and trial that followed. Tommy Jemmy lived at Buffalo Creek where he served his community as an elder and chief. Buffalo-born ...
    Image     Image of Painting (oil on canvas) of Tommy Jemmy (Soo-non-gize, or Long Horns)a Seneca Chief. Noted for killing a Seneca Woman (Kau-qua-tau) for witchcraft and the large court proceeding and ...
  • Seneca Veterans of 1812
    Image       Oil painting depicting a group of seven Seneca warriors in repose, standing and seated, overlooking the Niagara Gorge and Falls
    Image     Oil painting depicting a group of seven Seneca warriors in repose, standing and seated, overlooking the Niagara Gorge and Falls
  • War of 1812 Series (48): Sagoyewatha’s Second Peace Plan
    TextPublication       Forty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Sagoyewatha’s Second Peace Plan describes Red Jacket’s proposal to Buffalo Creek chiefs to withdraw from The War of 1812
    TextPublication     Forty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Sagoyewatha’s Second Peace Plan describes Red Jacket’s proposal to Buffalo Creek chiefs to withdraw from The War of 1812
  • 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
  • A Native Nations Perspective on the War of 1812
    TextPublication       A historical analysis of the War of 1812, from the perspective of the First Nations. Text taken from the webpage for the PBS television program ‘The War of 1812’.
    TextPublication     A historical analysis of the War of 1812, from the perspective of the First Nations. Text taken from the webpage for the PBS television program ‘The War of 1812’.
  • Portrait of Jimmy Johnson. Sos-heo-wa. Wolf Clan (1774-1856)
    Image       Image of Jimmy Johnson (Sos-heo-wa) taken from a daugerreotype. Sos-heo-wa became a chief at Tonawanda. During the crisis with the Ogden Land Company after the signing of the Treaty of Buffalo Creek in 1838, Jimmy Johnson was one of the leaders who led Tonawanda in its fight against removal. He ...
    Image     Image of Jimmy Johnson (Sos-heo-wa) taken from a daugerreotype. Sos-heo-wa became a chief at Tonawanda. During the crisis with the Ogden Land Company after the signing of the Treaty of ...
  • 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. ...
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