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    Cayuga Nation
    Cayuga US - Northeast
    Of all the various groups of Native Americans in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada, none are more famous than the Six Nations that comprise the Iroquois Confederacy. Formed around 1570, the confederacy, or Iroquois League was originally comprised of five tribes. Starting from east to west, they were the Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, Cayugas and the Senecas. In the early 1700s, the sixth tribe, the Tuscaroras migrated from North Carolina to the border regions between New York and Pennsylvania and united with the original five tribes into one cohesive alliance.
    Indian Defense League of America
    Haudenosaunee US - Northeast
    The IDLA was established in 1926 to guarantee unrestricted passage on the continent of North America for Indian people. Includes information on the Jay Treaty.
    Mother Earth and Us
    Tuscarora US - Northeast
    A Site Dedicated to Haudenosaunee interests. By Kanatiyosh.
    Passions & Law: A Haudenosaunee Perspective
    Haudenosaunee Canada - Eastern
    by Kanatiyosh (Barbara Gray)
    "I will examine how narratives provide cultures with a medium in which to teach the values, mores, and laws of acceptable behavior to the community. I will do so by examining and comparing The Oresteia, a Greek drama from antiquity, with the Great Law of Peace, a founding narrative of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy that dates back to 1142 AD."
    Tuscarora and Other Six Nations
    Tuscarora US - Northeast
    Tuscaroras.com is not affiliated with or approved or endorsed by the Tuscarora Nation of New York. While there are official websites for various organizations, Tuscaroras.com is not the official website of the Tuscarora Nation of New York.
    United States Constitution: An Haudenosaunee Perspective
    Haudenosaunee Canada - Eastern
    by Kanatiyosh (Barbara Gray)
    "In this paper, the Great Law of Peace (also known as the Iroquois Constitution) will be discussed through the perspective of a Haudenosaunee to show how the Confederacy functions. The influence that the Great Law of Peace had on the founding fathers and on the United States Constitution, as well as the interaction between the great Mohawk orators and the founding fathers, will be discussed."

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