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Onöndowa׳ge:onö’ Hadinöge:nyög Gaya:shö׳ (People of the Hills, Places and Names) By Nëhdöwes Randy A. John
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This book is an extensive literature survey of Seneca names and places. There are over 2,300 names and 370 Onöndowa'ga:' place names ranging from the 1600's to the 21st century. All the... More > Presidents of the Seneca Nation of Indians are listed along with traditional leaders identified in historical literature. A list of Seneca students at the Thomas Indian School, Tunesassa Quaker School, and several years of the Cornplanter Grant School are included. Clan names and a Seneca veterans list including the Civil War, The War of 1812, and World War Two are provided as well. A brief list of Seneca adoptees is included in the appendices. There is no other publication available with these contents.< Less
Who Is Walter Kennedy? By Nëhdöwes Randy A. John
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This book is a genealogical research project on two Seneca Nation members in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Walter "Boots" Kennedy and Walter Scott Kennedy. Both were political... More > leaders in their communities and are known via political events in the early 20th century. Family pedigrees and family group sheets are provided with a brief biography of both men and their accomplishments.< Less
Onöndowa'ga:' Wënö:gweh (Seneca Women) By Nëhdöwes Randy A. John
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The Hodinöhsö:ni' are a matriarchal society, women are a powerful entity. Membership is matrilineal, traditionally, the clan mother position holds a tremendous amount of responsibility to... More > society. This book is a collection of Seneca women’s names with a brief description for each entry. There are 253 names ranging from the 1600's to the 21st century. All the female Clerks of the Seneca Nation of Indians are listed. For the Senecas, the 1848 political revolution creating an elective system of political government; reduced the power of women for over a century. In the late 1960s, women regained political power and began to vote and run for office in the Seneca Nation of Indians. Since 1968, a woman has won the executive position of Clerk every elections since.< Less
A Selection of Onöndowa'ga:' (Seneca) Stories for Children By Nëhdöwes Randy A. John
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Seneca Elders told these stories for centuries. In the 19th century, American researchers heard these stories in the Seneca language and the bilingual storyteller interpreted these moralistic tales... More > into English. These writers published the cultural tales elders told to their youth during the winter months. Adults will enjoy this book and it is perfect for children of all cultures.< Less
The Allegany River Serpent and Snake Stories By Nëhdöwes Randy A. John
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This book provides contemporary oral histories of the serpent that inhabits the Allegany River at the Allegany Territory of the Seneca Nation. There is a complete collection of 21 traditional Seneca... More > serpent and snake stories as well. People of all ages and cultures will be interested in reading elements of this book. A Seneca artist has provided an original serpent drawing for this book.< Less

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