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Iroquois Religion and Women in Historical Perspective


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Creator:
Annemarie Shimony, Author
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Text
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"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."
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Please see staff for access to the full PDF version of this document and quote file SNPL005724v00d.
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"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."
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SNPL005724v00d
Language of Item:
English
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by-nc-nd [more details]
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
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Iroquois Religion and Women in Historical Perspective
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Iroquois Religion and Women in Historical Perspective


"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."