The Iroquois League

January 31, 2016 admin 0

Long before the Europeans arrived on this continent there was born to the Huron people a man who had a vision of bringing peace to […]

Iroquois Confederacy

The Iroquois Peace, 1700 to 1713

September 8, 2014 admin 0

Around the year 1451 five Iroquois nations—the Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, and Mohawk—met to form the confederacy envisioned by the Huron prophet Deganawida. The five […]

An Iroquois in Oregon

An Iroquois in Oregon

July 9, 2014 admin 0

In 1857, Enos Thomas, whose tribal identity is simply listed as Iroquois, was transported from Fort Vancouver to Port Orford, Oregon to be tried for […]

Joseph Brant in Canada

Joseph Brant in Canada

January 6, 2014 admin 0

During the Revolutionary War, many Indians allied themselves with their old trading partners, the British. For the six tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy, the divided […]

Red Jacket, Seneca Sachem

May 17, 2013 admin 0

In 1830 Red Jacket, the most famous Seneca orator, died in New York at the age of 74. Seneca writer, historian, and archaeologist Arthur Caswell […]

The Iroquois Longhouse

September 30, 2011 admin 1

When the Dutch first travelled up New York’s Hudson River to establish trading posts with the Indians they encountered one of the largest and most […]

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Iroquois Spirituality

January 20, 2011 admin 2

( – promoted by navajo) Long before the Europeans arrived on this continent there was born to the Huron people a man who had a […]