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As a complement to our
Seneca language information, here is our collection of indexed links
about the Seneca tribe and their society. Please note that Senecas and other
American Indians are living people with a present and a future as well as a past. Seneca history is interesting and
important, but the Seneca Indians are still here today, too, and we try to feature modern writers as well as traditional
folklore, contemporary art as well as museum pieces, and issues and struggles of today as well as the tragedies
of yesterday. Please contact us if you have a Seneca link to add.
Seneca Tribal and Community Websites
Seneca Nation of Indians:
Official homepage of the New York Seneca tribe offering political, cultural and historical information.
Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma:
Homepage of the Oklahoma Seneca tribe.
Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation:
Homepage of the Haudenosaunee tribe of Canada, which Senecas share with other Iroquois peoples.
Six Nations Polytechnic:
Homepage of the tribal college at Six Nations, Ontario.
Maps of Seneca Lands
New York Indian Maps:
Tribal map showing the original territory of the Seneca Indians and their neighbors in New York.
Virtual Museum of New France: Iroquois Tribes:
Historical maps and articles about the Huron and Seneca nations.
Seneca Lifestyle and Tradition
History of the Seneca tribe in Canada.
Anthropology text on the Seneca people.
Canadian Peoples: Iroquoians:
Ethnography of the Senecas and other Iroquoian tribes of Canada.
Seneca Indian Tribe:
History of the Seneca Indians.
Collection of Seneca Indian legends and folktales.
Seneca writers, their lives and work.
Native American Authors: Laura Waterman Wittstock:
Life and work of this Munsee-Seneca author.
Songs performed by a Seneca musician.
Seneca Indian Costume Seneca Indian Moccasins Seneca Moccasins Moccasins Iroquois Regalia Leggings: First Nations Moccasins Indian Clothes Indian Hair:
Pictures of Seneca and other Iroquois clothing, hairstyles, and jewelry.
Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage: Onodowaga (Seneca):
Online exhibit of Seneca artifacts from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Seneca Corn Soup:
Traditional Seneca recipes.
Seneca-Cayuga Tribe License Plate:
Seneca license plates.
Online lookup of Seneca and other Indian records through the Archives genealogy service.
Seneca Genealogy Forum:
Messageboard for Seneca Indian descendants.
American Indian Genealogy:
Direction for those seeking Native American ancestors.
Iroquois Confederacy Links
Essay on the Iroquois tribes and their alliance, by a Seneca scholar.
Constitution of the Iroquois Nations:
The Haudenosaunee constitution, which influenced the American constitution.
The Iroquois Confederacy:
Links and language information.
Legends of the Iroquois:
Book of mythology and oral history as told by a Seneca chief.
The Seneca and Tuscarora Indians:
History and culture of these two Iroquois nations.
Turtle's Race With Beaver:
Picture book illustrating a Seneca legend about Beaver learning humility.
Brother Wolf: A Seneca Tale:
Another good picture book based on a Seneca legend about Wolf and Raccoon playing tricks on each other.
: Maiden of the Mist: A Legend of Niagara Falls
Children's book based on the Seneca legend of Lelawala, the spirit of the waterfalls of Niagara.
Native American Books:
Evolving list of books about Senecas and American Indians in general.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Los seneca Historia y lengua Seneca:
Information about the Seneca tribe in Spanish.
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