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Contents: Introduction: The Concept of Locality and the Program of Iroquois Research Concepts of Land Ownership among the Iroquois and Their Neighbors Locality as a Basic Factor in the Development of Iroquois Social Structure Some Psychological Determinants of Culture Change in an Iroquoian Community The Religion of Handsome Lake: Its Origin and Development Local Diversity in Iroquois Music and Dance The Feast of the Dead, or Ghost Dance at Six Nations Reserve, Canada Iroquois Format: Paperback.
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Fenton (page images at HathiTrust). Iroquois Tribe: What You Know About Their Religion and Culture The Iroquois Confederacy or Haudenosaunee is unique in culture and religious beliefs.
This 'League of Peace and Power' or 'People of the Longhouse' as they call themselves, are the result of a merger of the Onondaga, the Mohawk, the Oneida, the Seneca, the Cayuga and the Tuscarora.
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Fenton, eds. (), Symposium on Local Diversity in Iroquois Culture, Bureau of American Ethnology BulletinWashington, DC: United States Government Printing Office; Smithsonian Institution Fenton, William N. "The Training of Historical Ethnologists in America". A Note on the Bibliography With a view to rendering some assistance to the interested reader, this bibliography has been divided into five sections: sources concerned with the subject as a whole, those more specifically concerned with the Iroquois culture, two sections concerned respectively with sources reflecting Franklin's and Jefferson's contact with the Indians, and a final section of.
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(ed.), pp. 39 – Google ScholarCited by: 3. William N. Fenton, the dean of Iroquoian studies, has used primary sources extensively, in both French and English, to create a very readable narrative and an invaluable reference for all future scholars of Iroquois polity."--BOOK JACKET.
The Iroquois confederacy: its political system, military system, marriages, divorces, property rights, etc. Caption title: The Iroquois, their influence on the United States. Running title: Influence of the Iroquois on the United States. Also available in digital form. The Iroquois Culture originally lived near Lake Ontario and the Mohawk River in New York State.
Aroundfive tribes, the Mohawks, the Oneidas, the Onondagas, the Cayugas, and the Senecas, joined together to form a confederacy. A sixth tribe, the Tuscaroras, joined in These people named themselves "Haudenosaunee" or "people of the.
"Songs from the Iroquois Longhouse." () Program notes for an album of American Indian music from the eastern woodlands, Washington, DC: Library of Congress. The Roll Call of the Iroquois Chiefs () ISBN ; Symposium on Local Diversity in Iroquois Culture () Washington, DC: US Government Printing mater: University of Pennsylvania.
The White Pine Symposium 73 THE TREE OF PEACE: SYMBOLIC AND SPIRITUAL VALUES OF THE WHITE PINE Herbert W. Schroederl ABSTRACT. The original meaning of the word "spirit" (i.e., breath or wind) suggests an experience in which one feels touched or moved by something that can be felt but cannot be seen or grasped.
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IROQUOIS CULTURE & COMMENTARY By Doug George-Kanentiio B&W photos, pages, /2 x /2, soft cover $ This book offers fascinating perspectives on the life, traditions, and current affairs of the peoples of the Iroquois Confederacy. Arthur C. Parker, "The Code of Handsome Lake," in Parker on the Iroquois, ed.
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THE FALSE FACES of the Iroquois William Fenton (False Face Medicine Society) - $ pages, soft cover. 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Iroquois, any member of the North American Indian tribes speaking a language of the Iroquoian family.
They occupied a continuous territory around the Lakes Ontario, Huron, and Erie in present-day New York state and Pennsylvania (U.S.) and southern Ontario and Quebec (Canada). Iroquois Ppt 1.
IroquoisCourtney Pilkington, Liz Chittim, Becca Warner and Michael Boughner 2. Society – Roles of WomenThe Iroquois Women in a family did all of the household functions, all preparation and preserving of food, made clothing for family and took care of the the colonies which soon came, these women participated in ceremonies which.
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Lastly, in order to assist young scholars, new scholarships have been launched as a attribute to Mary Druke Becker () - organizer of the conference for many years, North American Indian Traveling College founder, Ernest Benedict (), and his daughter, educator and cultural historian Salli Benedict ().The Iroquois Confederacy.
The Iroquois were the dominant tribe in the northeastern United States. The Iroquois Confederacy (the Six Nations) was formed in when the five tribes (Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga and Seneca) were brought together by Deganawida (a Huron prophet) and Hiawatha (a Mohawk medicine man).