Feb 3, 2023
Known as the "Lilly of the Mohawks" Kateri was a Mohawk woman born in the mid 17th century. After being baptized by Jesuit missionaries she became a Christian that worked to incorporate her faith fully into her native culture. Three centuries after her death she was canonized as a Catholic Saint in 2012. This week...
May 5, 2022
Two more fun fables written by Arthur C. Parker (Gawaso Wanneh) (Seneca)
Apr 2, 2022
Perry Ground is a member of the Onondaga Nation. He belongs to the Turtle Clan and has spent the past 30 years as an oral storyteller. Preforming and sharing traditional Haudenosaunee stories is his passion. Listen to why telling stories is an important part of every culture.
To have Perry come and visit your group you...
Mar 28, 2022
In our final episode in our Haudenosaunee in the Civil War series we take a look at how other individuals and communities made contributions to the war effort.
We will cover Dr. Peter Wilson (Cayuga), the U.S. - Dakota War of 1862 and the Oneida Nation of Green Bay, WI
Federal Publishing Company. The Union Army...
Jan 14, 2022
In 1862, after struggling for over a year to join the war effort dozen of men from the Seneca and Tuscarora nation were finally given a chance to showcase their prowess and courage.
Armstrong, William H. Warrior in Two Camps: Ely S. Parker, Union General, and Seneca. Syracuse University Press, 1978.