Tuscarora Nation

Tuscarora Nation depicts their culture and traditions, the height of their agricultural success, the rich heritage of lacrosse, the unique fishing culture along the Niagara River, and their traditional government of chiefs and clanmothers.

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Author: Bryan Printup

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738549533

Category: History

Page: 127

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Tuscarora is a sovereign nation in the Niagara region of upstate New York and a member of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The Tuscarora were the first native people to be dispossessed of their land during the colonization of the United States. The certainty of their future was at stake as they walked north, beginning in 1713, to join their Haudenosaunee relatives. Now, almost 300 years after this hardship, they are prospering as a people. Tuscarora Nation depicts their culture and traditions, the height of their agricultural success, the rich heritage of lacrosse, the unique fishing culture along the Niagara River, and their traditional government of chiefs and clanmothers.

Tuscarora English English Tuscarora Dictionary

and their neighbors deteriorated and , in By the middle of this century both 1801 , a delegation from the Tuscarora Anthony Wallace and Floyd Lounsbury Nation in New York was dispatched to found only a small number of fluent negotiate ...

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Author: Blair A. Rudes

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 0802043364

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 700

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The first dictionary of the Tuscarora language ever published, containing some 4, 000 main entries for particles, roots, and stems, which are illustrated by more than 20, 000 Tuscarora words.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

BT Mountains - Nevada Tuscarora mythology ( May Subd Geog ) UF Mythology , Tuscarora Tuscarora Nation Reservation ( N.Y. ) UF Tuscarora Indian Reservation ( N. Y. ) Tuscarora Reservation ( N.Y. ) BT Indian reservations - New York ...

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Author: Library of Congress

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:30000009886312

Category: Subject headings, Library of Congress

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Decisions and Orders of the National Labor Relations Board

determining whether a Federal statute covers Indians and their property interests was set forth in the Supreme Court's opinion in [ Tuscarora Indian Nation ] . ” 307 NLRB at 243. Having found that the Act was a statute of general ...

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Author: United States. National Labor Relations Board

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015063383072

Category: Labor laws and legislation

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Indian Affairs

... between the sachems , chiefs and warriors of the Tuscarora nation of Massachusetts : re : of Indians , duly assembled in council and representing and acting for the said nation , on the one part and Thomas Ludlow Ogden of the city ...

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Author: United States

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HL4O29

Category: Indians of North America

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Indian Affairs Laws and Treaties

At a treaty held under and by the authority of the United States of America , at Buffalo Creek , in the county of Erie , and State of New York , between the sachems , chiefs and warriors of the Tuscarora nation Tuscarorastothe state of ...

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Author: United States

Publisher:

ISBN: UCR:31210010695458

Category: Indians of North America

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Cape Hatteras National Seashore Off road Vehicle Management Plan

Response : The Tuscarora Nation is the only affiliated tribe for the Cape Hatteras National Seashore . NPS is not aware of any historic properties that may be of religious and cultural significance to the Tuscarora Nation that would ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556040930034

Category:

Page: 4

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Provide for the Recognition of the Lumbee Tribe of Cheraw Indians of North Carolina

-11Cummings ; 4 ) The Tuscarora Tribe of North Carolina , led by Mr. Brawleigh Graham ; and the 5 ) The Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina , led by Mr. Robert Brewington . Also , there are two " Cherokee " groups within the tribe .

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Author: United States

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110711624

Category: Government publications

Page: 274

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British and Foreign State Papers

... the Superintendent on behalf of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts , being severally present at the said Treaty , the said sachems , chiefs and warriors , on behalf of the said Tuscarora nation , did agree to sell and release to the ...

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Author: Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:35112204235222

Category: Great Britain

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British and Foreign State Papers

... the Superintendent on behalf of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts , being severally present at the said Treaty , the said sachems , chiefs and warriors , on behalf of the said Tuscarora nation , did agree to sell and release to the ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112074697951

Category: Great Britain

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American Indian Reservations and Trust Areas

Tonawanda - Tuscarora New York Tonawanda Reservation treasurer , marshal , and three peacemakers . ... Total area 7,549 acres 7,549 acres Tribally owned Tuscarora Nation Total labor force High school graduate or higher Bachelor's degree ...

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Author: Veronica E. Velarde Tiller

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015038128016

Category: Indian reservations

Page: 698

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Tuscarora Nation

Tuscarora Nation depicts their culture and traditions, the height of their agricultural success, the rich heritage of lacrosse, the unique fishing culture along the Niagara River, and their traditional government of chiefs and clanmothers.

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Author: Bryan Printup

Publisher: Arcadia Library Editions

ISBN: 1531630774

Category: History

Page: 130

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Tuscarora is a sovereign nation in the Niagara region of upstate New York and a member of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The Tuscarora were the first native people to be dispossessed of their land during the colonization of the United States. The certainty of their future was at stake as they walked north, beginning in 1713, to join their Haudenosaunee relatives. Now, almost 300 years after this hardship, they are prospering as a people. Tuscarora Nation depicts their culture and traditions, the height of their agricultural success, the rich heritage of lacrosse, the unique fishing culture along the Niagara River, and their traditional government of chiefs and clanmothers.

Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes

The Tuscarora were an Iroquoian-speaking people, part of the Iroquois League of Six Nations along with the CAYUGA, MOHAWK, ONEIDA, ONONDAGA, ... In 1722, they were formally recognized as the sixth nation of the Iroquois League.

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Author: Carl Waldman

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 9781438110103

Category: Indians of North America

Page: 385

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A comprehensive, illustrated encyclopedia which provides information on over 150 native tribes of North America, including prehistoric peoples.

Legends Traditions and Laws of the Iroquois Or Six Nations and History of the Tuscarora Indians

Johnson attempts to dispel the negative connotations associated with the Iroquois generally held by people of European descent living in the U.S.

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Author: Elias Johnson

Publisher: Lockport, N.Y. : Union Print. and Publishing Company

ISBN: HARVARD:32044105246235

Category: Iroquois Indians

Page: 234

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This late 19th-century work is very thoughtful in its writing and is respectful of the Iroquois and Tuscarora people, whom the author sought to illuminate to the American public and world at large. Johnson attempts to dispel the negative connotations associated with the Iroquois generally held by people of European descent living in the U.S.

Colonial American History Stories 1665 1753

The Five Nations thus became the Six Nations. The site of the battle is now a North Carolina State Historic Site operated by the Tuscarora nation. For more information, contact: Tuscarora Nation 288 Tuscarora Nation Road Maxton, ...

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Author: Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

ISBN: 9781370127634

Category:

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Colonial American History Stories - 1215 - 1664 contains almost 300 history stories presented in a timeline that begins in 1655 with the performance of the first documented play performed in British North America and ends with the switch from the Julian to the Gregorian Calendar in 1752. This journal of historical events mark the beginnings of the United States and serve as a wonderful guide of American history. These reader friendly stories include: September 27, 1540 - Society of Jesus (Jesuits) Founded By Ignatius Loyola December 19, 1675 - The Great Swamp Fight September 19, 1676 - Bacon's Rebellion - Bacon Burns Jamestown April 18, 1689 - 1689 Boston Revolt February 29, 1692 - Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne and Tituba Accused Of Witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts May 22, 1718 - Edward Teach - Blackbeard - Begins Blockade of Charlestown. November 02, 1734 - Daniel Boone Born December 08, 1741 - Vitus Bering Died December 23, 1750 - Ben Franklin Attempts to Electrocute a Turkey December 31, 1752 – Julian/Gregorian Calendar Switch Complete timeline, journal, events, stories, united states, beginnings, guide

American State Papers

The nation claiming the territory , regarding this as a literary pursuit , which it is in the habit of permitting within its dominions ... Articles of a Treaty between the United States of America and the Tuscarora Nation of Indians .

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Author: United States. Congress

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:35112103282408

Category: Archives

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Big Medicine from Six Nations

The Tuscarora Nation is part of the Six Nation Iroquois Confederacy . The other five nations are " charter " members of the original Five Nation Iroquois Confederacy , which formed under the persuasion of an enlightened person called ...

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Author: Ted C. Williams

Publisher: Syracuse University Press

ISBN: 0815608632

Category: History

Page: 368

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Big Medicine from Six Nations is a series of reminiscences and essays by the late Ted Williams, on the themes of "Medicine" (physical/spiritual/psychic healing). Williams intertwines the lore and lifeways of his Tuscarora upbringing, illustrating the dynamic encounter of tradition and innovation at the heart of contemporary Haudenosaunee culture. At the same time, Williams writes with an irreverence, irony, and good humor unmistakably his own.Colored by Ted's wry and irreverent wit, Big Medicine from Six Nations amply fulfills the promise of its title. It offers a fascinating view, not only of herbal medicine, but of prayers, omens, feasts, vision quests, sweat lodges, spirits, humor, and the sacred teachings of the Great Law of the Great Peace. But readers will find that there is more to this book, about the "spiritual mechanics" of humankind writ large.

History of the Iroquois Tuscarora Indians

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.

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Author: Elias Johnson

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: 9788027245758

Category: History

Page: 181

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This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The present Tuscarora Indians, the once powerful and gifted nation, after their expulsion from the South, came North, and were initiated in the confederacy of the Iroquois. People who formerly held under their jurisdiction the largest portion of the Eastern States, now dwell as dependent nations, subject to the guardianship and supervision of a people who displaced their forefathers. Our numbers, the circumstances of our past history and present condition, and more especially the relation in which we stand to the people of the United States, suggest many important questions concerning our future destiny.

Four Centuries of Southern Indians

up of "the chiefs of the Tuscarora Nation." Clearly the chiefs of the "hostile" Tuscarora towns were not present. Was this due to conflict between villages or factional splits which developed during the war?

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Author: Hudson

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 9780820331324

Category: History

Page: 184

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The Indians of the Southeast had the most highly centralized and complex social structure of all the aboriginal peoples in the continental United States. They lived in large towns and villages, built monumental mounds and earthworks, enjoyed rich religious and artistic achievements, and maintained a flourishing economy based on agriculture and complemented by time-honored hunting and gathering techniques. Yet they have remained relatively unknown to most scholars and laymen, in part because of a lack of collaboration between historians and anthropologists. Four Centuries of Southern Indians is a collection of nine essays which allow both historians and anthropologists to make their necessary contributions to a fuller understanding of the southern Indians. The essays span four hundred years, beginning with French and Spanish relations with the Timucuan Indians in northern Florida in the sixteenth century and ending with the modern Cherokees transported to Oklahoma. The interim topics include the social structure of the Tuscaroras of North Carolina in the eighteenth century, the role southern Indians played in the American Revolution, the removal of the southern Indians to the Indian Territory, and Cherokee beliefs about sorcery and witchcraft. This collection of essays and the cooperation between historians and anthropologists which it incorporates signify the beginning of what will undoubtedly prove a fruitful approach to the study of southern Indians.

Report of Special Committee to Investigate the Indian Problem of the State of New York

Q. Do you know of any white men residing upon the reservation occupying Indian lands ? A. There is one white man I know of ... Q. Mr. Pound , how do you understand the Tuscarora nation own their land here ? A. They hold their lands by ...

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Author: New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Special Committee to Investigate the Indian Problem

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:LI34IU

Category: Indians of North America

Page: 1282

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