History

A Brief History of The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe


A Brief History of The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe
Roberta White Smith & Ruby White Sequichie

This book is dedicated to all our ancestors that has passed on, and to all our Ceremonial people who has taught us what we have of our sacred ceremonies.

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Great Law of Peace


This Great Law was given to the People of the Longhouse many centuries ago, perhaps a thousand years. It unified nations who did not speak the same language into a United Nations, an alliance for peace.

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A Guide to the Indian Tribes of OK: Seneca


The name of this tribe is from the Iroquoian term which means “people of the standing of projecting rock or stone,” derived originally from Onĕñiute’ roñ’ non, rendered in the Mohegan dialect Onĕñiute’ a’ kă’ which, in turn, was Anglicized from the Dutch enunciation to Seneca. The tribe belongs to the Iroquoian linguistic family, the largest division of the Five Nations or League of the Iroquois, who were the first found occupying western New York

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A Guide to the Indian Tribes of OK: Cayuga


CAYUGA   Written by: Muriel H. Wright Foreword by: Arrell Morgan Gibson   The name of the Cayuga is from Kwĕñio’ gwĕn , “the place where the locusts were taken out.” The people of this Indian tribe are of the Iroquoian linguistic family, and they formerly lived on the shores of Cayuga Lake, New Yor­k, … Continued

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