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  • 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 ...
  • Wampum Belt. [League Belt of the Iroquois
Property of Chief Johnson, Of Grand River, Ontario]
    TextPublication       This report is about the League Belt of the Iroquois, and the Haudenosaunee request for repatriation. It demonstrates the archival, photographic, and provenance evidence associated with this wampum belt, which demonstrate that it is a Confederacy (or National) belt of the Grand Council of the Haudenosaunee that was formerly under ...
    TextPublication     This report is about the League Belt of the Iroquois, and the Haudenosaunee request for repatriation. It demonstrates the archival, photographic, and provenance evidence associated with this wampum belt, which ...
  • 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
  • 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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