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Iroquois Crafts

This book contains a history of the tribes which made up the Iroquois Confederacy.
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Tales of the Iroquois

These stories which have been kept alive by Tehanetorens are more than children's entertainment. They provide us with another way to see the world. They teach us the history of this land, and the proper way for human beings to live together here. - from book
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Myths of the Iroquois

The Story Teller is an important man: a teacher and an entertainer. If he is good he will be an actor, a singer, and an enchanter who conjures from his prodigious memory. He tells the people of their real and mythic heroes from times recent and ancient; of proper behavior and values and the consequences of evil; of why things are. - from book
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Legends of the Longhouse

A Seneca Indian of distinguished heritage has here set down as best he could in our language, the myths and legends of his people. -from the book
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Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants

Maize played an important part in Iroquois culture and history. Its cultivation on the large scale to which they carried it necessitated permanent settlements, and it was, therefore, an influential factor in determining and fixing their special type of culture. -from book
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Iroquois Foods and Food Preparation

The subject matter of the book is the result of personal investigations conducted by the writer during the years of 1912-1915 among the Iroquois of Ontario, Quebec, and New York state, covering a total of about twelve months' research, and will form a series in which as thorough a review as possible will be made of Iroquois material culture generally. - from the book
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Midwinter Rites of the Cayuga Long House

Study that considers Cayuga cultural history, approached through the treatment of religious rites of the Cayuga of the Sour Springs Long House. - from book
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The White Roots of Peace

The story of the founding of Onondaga (Syracuse, N. Y.) some time about the middle of the fifteenth century, of the United Nations of the Iroquois, the famous Indian confederacy that provided a model for, an incentive to, the transformation of the thirteen colonies into the United States of America. - from book
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Travels in North America in the Years 1780, 1781, 1782

Impressions of the country recorded by a major general in the French Army Expeditionary Forces to America.
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American Indian Myths and Legends

Indian (Native American) myths and legends of creation, sun, moon, stars, heroes, monsters, warriors, love, lust, Coyote the trickster, animals, ghosts, and the end of the world.
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Hair Pipes in Plains Indian Adornment

Describes the uses of hollow cylindrical beads for personal adornment by the Indians of the Great Plains.
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Keepers of the Animals Teacher's Guide

A teacher's guide to Keepers of the Animals, including a biographies and reading lists.
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