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Legends, Traditions, and Laws of the Iroquois, or Six Nations, and History of the Tuscarora Indians

Legends, Traditions, and Laws of the Iroquois, or Six Nations, and History of the Tuscarora Indians

Share Tweet Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn+By Elias Johnson, A Native Tuscarora Chief Introduction Preface The Iroquois Captive’s Life Among Indians Customs and Individual Traits of Character Creation Tuscarora Tuscaroras at North Carolina Treaties of the New York Indians Missionary Work School Operations Antique Rock Citadel Of Kienuka; Or, Gau-Strau-Yea The New Religion Sketches Of An Iroquois Council, Or…
Hiawatha the Unifier

Hiawatha the Unifier

Hiawatha (Haion-Hwa-Tha / He-Who-Makes-Rivers) is thought to have been a statesman, lawgiver, shaman, and unifier who lived around 1570. According to some sources, he was born a Mohawk and sought refuge among the Onondaga when his own tribe at first rejected his teachings. His efforts to unite the Iroquois tribes were opposed by a formidable chieftain, Wathatotarho, whom he eventually…