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Native American Heritage Month: Video Explains How the Haudenosaunee Helped America Form
It is well known, at least in American Indian circles, that the U.S. government was modeled partly on the treaties and themes that comprised the Iroquois Confederacy...
People of the Hemp, Part 2: Criminalizing Traditional Teachings
Four times a day, Crandy Johnson prays in his Native Tuscarora language and uses a homemade tincture made from traditional herbs...
People of the Hemp, Part 1: Losing Land, Culture, Tradition
The way Tracy Johnson tells it, the plateau of land overlooking Niagara Falls and nestled among the Finger Lakes of northwestern New York once was covered in fields of hemp...
Paper, Parkas & Plastic Surgery: 10 More Awesome Indigenous Innovations
The number of indigenous inventions is staggering, but still the hidden history of the people who inhabited Turtle Island when Christopher Columbus landed prevents many of their co...
Seneca Great-Grandmother Earns PhD in Transnational Studies
Pat Donovan/UB News
“My age never intervened in anything I accomplished at UB,” says Nancy Napierala, 78, who received her PhD in American studies last week from the Department of Transnational Studie...
Save the Date: Tuscarora Nation Migration Project Welcoming Celebration
On March 23, seven young adults from the Tuscarora Nation started on a 1,200 mile journey, tracing their ancestor’s footsteps from 300 years ago...
Cayuga Museum Receives Replica Wampum Belt for Returning Haudenosaunee Spiritual Objects
Gale Courey Toensing
The Onondaga Nation has presented the Cayuga Museum of History and Art with a replica of a Haudenosaunee Confederacy wampum belt in appreciation for the return of 21 objects of spi...
U.S. Senate Honors Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team
Today, November 28, the United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs honored the Iroquois Nationals lacrosse club...
A Gahnonyo to Protect Sacred Places and Promote World Peace in Victor, New York
Image courtesy waymarking.com A Gahnonyo (Thanksgiving) will be held on Wednesday, June 20 at Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, New York to protect sacred places and promot...
Trees Planted in Honor of Late Mohawk Leader Jake Swamp
Tree planting in Huntington Park, Massachusetts Jake Swamp-Tekaronianeken, a Mohawk leader and founder of the Tree of Peace Society, was remembered last month, a year after he was ...
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