“The term Iroquois refers to a group of Indigenous Peoples who inhabited the Eastern Woodlands of...Database: Iroquois
“Meaning the "People of the Flint", the Kanien'kehá:ka are an indigenous people who traditionally...Database: Kanien'kehá:ka
“Iakotiiá:ner (plural), Iakoiá:ner (singular) is generally translated as Clanmothers. A...Database: Clanmothers
“Meaning "People of the Standing Stone", the Oneida Nation is a member of the Haudenosaunee...Database: Oneida Nation
“In the times before European contact and up until the 1800s, longhouses originally served as the...Database: Longhouses
“Traditionally, the blade of an Iroquois hatchet was with flint stone. However, with the...Database: Hatchet
“Rottiá:ner (plural), Roiá:ner (singular) is generally translated as Chiefs. Each Chief is named...Database: Chiefs
Pages in category "Database: Kanien'kehá:ka"
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