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Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy
The six Iroquois tribes are:
The Cayuga Indians
The Mohawk Indians
The Oneida Indians
The Onondaga Indians
The Seneca Indians
The Tuscarora Indians
Iroquois Confederacy Links
Six Nations Vocabulary
Compare some basic vocabulary words in the Iroquois languages.
Iroquois Facts for Kids
Fact sheet on Iroquois lifestyle in the past and today for kids and teachers.
Iroquoian Language Family
Learn about the linguistic relationships between Iroquois languages.
History of the Iroquois tribes in Canada.
Iroquois Confederation Iroquois Indians Iroquois Nation Iroquois Confederacy:
Anthropology texts on the Iroquois Indians.
Canadian Peoples: Iroquoians:
Ethnography of the Iroquois people of Canada.
Constitution of the Iroquois Nations
The Haudenosaunee constitution, which influenced the American constitution.
Collection of Iroquois Indian legends and folktales.
Article on Iroquois history and culture.
New York Indian Maps:
Tribal map showing the original territory of the Iroquois Indians in New York.
Virtual Museum of New France: Iroquoian Tribes:
Historical maps and articles about the Huron and Iroquois nations.
Online texts on Iroquois ceremonies, myths, and religious traditions..
Chief Abraham Dekanisora Dekaniwida Orehaoue Joseph Onasakenrat
Oronhyatekha Thayendanegea (Joseph Brant): Thayendanegea, Great Captain of the Six Nations:
Biographies of Iroquois leaders.
Iroquois Authors Mohawk Authors Oneida Authors Onondaga Authors Seneca Authors Cayuga Authors:
Iroquois writers, their lives and work.
Mohawk Authors Akwesasne Mohawk Authors:
Mohawk Indian writers, their lives and work.
Early Ontario Iroquois Ceramic Pot:
Examples of 12th-century Iroquois pottery.
Iroquois Indian Costume Iroquois Regalia Iroquois Moccasin Photos Moccasins Leggings:
First Nations Moccasins Iroquois Cap Indian Clothes Indian Hair:
Pictures of traditional Iroquois clothing, hairstyles, and jewelry.
Woodland Indian Toys:
Dolls, games and toys of the Iroquois and other Northeastern tribes.
Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage: Haudenosaunee (Iroquois):
Online picture exhibit of Iroquois artifacts from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Information and images of Iroquois and other Native American wooden canoes.
Iroquois Longhouses A Mohawk Iroquois Longhouse: Wikipedia: Long House:
Information about native Iroquois houses.
The Wampum Shop:
Iroquois arts and crafts from a Cayuga Indian artist.
Iroquois League Flag Iroquois Flag Mohawk Flag: Iriquois Flags:
Images of different Iroquois flags.
Tattooed War Clubs of the Iroquois:
Article on the tattoo traditions of the Iroquois people, with pictures.
Iroquois Ancestry Forum Mohawk Board Oneida Board Onondaga Board Seneca Board Tuscarora:
Messageboards for Iroquois Indian descendants.
The Great Beaver Wars French and Iroquois Wars Beaver Wars:
Information about the 17th-century war between the Iroquois and the French and Algonquian tribes.
Four Directions: Iroquois:
Timeline and links about Iroquois history.
Legend of the Iroquois
Book of Iroquois culture, mythology and oral history as told by a Seneca chief.
Lacrosse: The National Game of the Iroquois
A look at Iroquois sports and culture through the eyes of three generations of Onondaga lacrosse players.
Wampum Belts of the Iroquois
Book on the symbolism and significance of different Iroquois wampum belt designs.
If You Lived With The Iroquois
A good book for children on Iroquois life in the old days.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Iroquois Encyclopedia.com: Iroquois Confederacy Iroquois Nations: Iroquois Tribe:
Encyclopedia articles about Iroquois Native Americans.
Los Iroqueses: Pueblo Iroques:
Information about the Iroquois Indians in Spanish.
Iroquois Links Iroquois Web Sites:
Iroquois link pages.
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