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Pavlov's Cat, Poems and other Stories By TD Euwaite
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A collection of poetry.
Social Integration of an Elderly Native American Population By Randy A. John
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The building of the Kinzua Dam abrogated one of the oldest Indian Treaty with the United States, the 1794 Pickering Treaty. The dam flooded 10,000 acres of Seneca land and damaged the way of life of... More > the Senecas and their elders. The stories of their loss are distressing. The Senecas survived this traumatic event but not without significant cultural change and loss. This is the story of the dislocated Seneca Elders of the Allegany Territory.< Less
Senecas: People of the Hills, Places and Names Onöndowa׳ge:onö’ Hadinöge:nyög Gaya:shö׳ By 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
Notes Of Border History— Taken on a Trip to the western part of Penna., & the adjoining parts of N. Y. & Ohio By Jaré R. Cardinal
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This is a transcription of the Draper manuscript, Series 4 S. This provides a unique native view based on interviews with Seneca Indians and a manuscript of the significant Seneca leader, Governor... More > Blacksnake. Non-Indians are included in Draper's interviews in western Pennsylvania, New York & Ohio. This is a cultural find for historians and genealogists.< Less
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
Strange Kinzua Exposing The Paranormal Truth By AngelOfThyNight
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The sole purpose of the Strange Kinzua book is to expose the conspiracies which take place surrounding Chief Cornplanter's cursed forest. This powerful book and its photos will open up your mind to a... More > whole new world. George Washington gave the chief this sacred land only to have it taken by our very own government years later for the building of the mighty Kinzua Dam an area full of strange occurrences. Journey with the author as he visits key locations covering Lake Monsters, Sasquatch and even Ghosts surrounding this region and the chiefs forest.< Less
Strange Kinzua Exposing The Paranormal Truth By AngelOfThyNight
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The sole purpose of the Strange Kinzua book is to expose the conspiracies which take place surrounding Chief Cornplanter's cursed forest. This powerful book and its photos will open up your mind to a... More > whole new world. George Washington gave the chief this sacred land only to have it taken by our very own government years later for the building of the mighty Kinzua Dam an area full of strange occurrences. Journey with the author as he visits key locations covering Lake Monsters, Sasquatch and even Ghosts surrounding this region and the chiefs forest.< Less