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As knowledge of the traditions, manners, and national traits of the Indians, composing, originally, the six distinct and independent tribes of the Mohawks, Tuscaroras, Onondagas, Senecas, Oneidas, and Cayugas; tribes now merged in, and known as, the Six Nations, possibly, does not extend beyond the immediate district in which they have effected a lodgment, I have laid upon myself the task of tracing their history from the date of their settlement in the County of Brant, entering, at th...

As knowledge of the traditions, manners, and national traits of the Indians, composing, originally, the six distinct and independent tribes of the Mohawks, Tuscaroras, Onondagas, Senecas, Oneidas, and Cayugas; tribes now merged in, and known as, the Six Nations, possibly, does not extend beyond the immediate district in which they have effected a lodgment, I have laid upon myself the task of tracing their history from the date of their settlement in the County of Brant, entering, at th...

El Sombrerón is the man with the big hat. He is short and wears a thick belt and heavy boots. The legend in Guatemala tells of him always wearing a black hat, while he victimizes young women.  The legend goes that a young girl named Susana in La Recolección – yeah, she had pretty hair and big ol’ peepers (that means eyes) – was admiring the moon and stars from her balcony one night when she was approached and serenaded by a man in a big hat. Worried and upset that their daughter was outside…

El Sombrerón is the man with the big hat. He is short and wears a thick belt and heavy boots. The legend in Guatemala tells of him always wearing a black hat, while he victimizes young women. The legend goes that a young girl named Susana in La Recolección – yeah, she had pretty hair and big ol’ peepers (that means eyes) – was admiring the moon and stars from her balcony one night when she was approached and serenaded by a man in a big hat. Worried and upset that their daughter was outside…

An enormous collection of folklore, myths, and traditional indigenous  stories sorted by tribe. Includes content from: The Wabanaki tribes (including the Micmac, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, and Abenaki tribes), the Iroquois tribes (including the Mohawk, Seneca, Oneida, Onondaga, and Cayuga tribes), the Anishinabe tribes (including the Chippewa, Ottawa, Algonquin, and Potawatomi tribes), and the Algonquian tribes (including the Wabanaki, Anishinabe, Menominee, Wampanoag, Shawnee, and…

An enormous collection of folklore, myths, and traditional indigenous stories sorted by tribe. Includes content from: The Wabanaki tribes (including the Micmac, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, and Abenaki tribes), the Iroquois tribes (including the Mohawk, Seneca, Oneida, Onondaga, and Cayuga tribes), the Anishinabe tribes (including the Chippewa, Ottawa, Algonquin, and Potawatomi tribes), and the Algonquian tribes (including the Wabanaki, Anishinabe, Menominee, Wampanoag, Shawnee, and…

Sky Woman Told by Keller George, Wolf Clan, Oneida Nation Painting by Ernie Smith, (1907-1975), Tonawanda Seneca artist of the Heron Clan  The Indian Arts Project

Sky Woman Told by Keller George, Wolf Clan, Oneida Nation Painting by Ernie Smith, (1907-1975), Tonawanda Seneca artist of the Heron Clan The Indian Arts Project

Paul C. Doxtator - Iroquois (Oneida) – 1913

Paul C. Doxtator - Iroquois (Oneida) – 1913

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