Seneca woman's outfit, ca.1830-1870 New York Cotton cloth, silk ribbon, dye, silver, copper alloy brooches, glass beads, cotton thread, hide, porcupine quill, glass beads, sinew, wool Photo by Earnest Amoroso #NMAI 9469, 20/609, 6/1097 Exhibition open Sept 21!
Native American Indian Culture of Cherokee, Zuni and Santo Domingo Indians
Information on Native American Indian culture and jewelry of the Cherokee Indian, Zuni Indian, and the Santo Domingo Pueblo Indian tribes
George Washington "Town Destroyer"
By 1779, George Washington had already earned the famous moniker "Father of His Country." But the Iroquois Indians of the time bestowed on Washington another, not-so-flattering epithet: Conotocarious, or "Town Destroyer." This lesser-known title also had its origins in 1779, when General Washington ordered what at the time was the largest-ever campaign against the Indians in North America. After suffering for nearly two years from Iroquois raids on the Colonies' northern frontier, Washington…
Six Nations Iroquois Cultural Center – Six Nations Iroquois Cultural Center: Mohawk Oneida Onondaga Cayuga Seneca & Tuscarora Indians. Artifacts emphasis on the culture of the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy
The Six Nations Indian Museum provides for the viewing of 3000-plus artifacts with an emphasis on the culture of the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy (Haudenosaunee). The Six Nations are: Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora. The museum features story telling lectures; gift shop carries Mohawk baskets, beadwork, books, t-shirts, silver jewelry, and acrylic paintings that reflects Six Nations culture. The museum (family owned-Mohawk of Akwesasne) is located in the…
History of the Iroquois Indians
Iroquois Longhouse - Established in either 1142 or 1451, the Five Nations Iroquois confederacy consisted of the Mohawks, the Oneidas, the Onondagas, the Cayugas, and the Senecas. When the Tuscaroras joined in 1712 the union adapted the name Haudenosaunee, which translates to mean “six separate Indian nations”. In treaties and other colonial documents they were known as the “Six Nations.”
History of the Iroquois Confederacy - Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT
As a fairness disclosure to the native peoples that inhabited these lands before us, we did not take the name of “Iroquois” with a particular historical or cultural viewpoint. The name of our company was instead...
Iroquois Dwellings Iroquois village including a bark longhouse and wigwams typical of the Tuscarora, Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida and Seneca tribes found in the Northeast United States and parts of Canada.