Iroquois Culture & Commentary

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Clear Light Publishers, 2000 - History - 224 pages
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This book offers fascinating perspectives on the life, traditions, and current affairs of the peoples of the Iroquois Confederacy. Author Doug George-Kanentiio is a Mohawk now living in Oneida Territory who is actively involved in issues affecting the Confederacy and has been writing about developments in 'Indian Country' for the past decade. In his book he offers a portrait of the Iroquois that touches on a multitude of topics, beginning with iroquois traditions concerning their origins as a people and their spiritual, communal, and family traditions.

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These books provide current commentary and thought on Iroquois-United States relationships from the perspective of key leaders within the Iroquois Nations. These relationships are framed in terms of ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Iroquois Roots
17
Sacred Circles
35
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

George is a freelance columnist and a nationally recognized authority on Iroquois politics and culture. He has served as advisor, producter, and script-writer for national television documentaries on Iroquois subjects.

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