The People and Culture of the Iroquois

The People and Culture of the Iroquois

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In Native American history, the Iroquois have earned their place as one of the most democratic alliances with some of the most formidable warriors. United by a language and a desire to improve their lifestyles, the Iroquois Nations helped shape United States history. This book details the story of the Five, and later Six, Iroquois Nations--the Cayuga, the Seneca, the Onondaga, the Oneida, the Mohawk, and the Tuscarora: who they were, how the Iroquois Confederacy was formed, and the struggles the Iroquois faced with the arrival of European settlers. Likewise, it describes what these tribes are like today and what new experiences they face in modern society.
Publisher: New York :, Cavendish Square,, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781502618900
Characteristics: 128 pages :,color illustrations ;,24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Bial, Raymond - Author


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