War office. September 12, 1785. [broadside; concerns appointment of representative from Congress to Six Nations Indians]

The secretary at war reports, that it may be a subject worthy the attention of Congress, whether it would not be necessary to appoint some confidential person, with a small salary, either resident with the Six Nations, or upon the frontiers nearest…

The Four Indian Kings – Speech to HRM Queen Ann 1711

We have undertaken a king and tedious Voyage, which none of our Predecessors could ever be prevail’d upon to undertake

The Four Indian Kings

This broadside contains the text of the poem Four Indian Kings. The theme of the poem is the visit of four New York Indian chiefs to England in 1710.

Watero’saro:ni – Making Friends

The lacrosse game is a Feast given to Clear the Minds. Sometimes we are distracted and hold hard feelings, which makes us forget how much we depend on each other.

Warrior’s Handbook

The birth of man is an act of nature. Nature has produced several races of mankind. They all have the right to live. No one has the right to take another person’s life, only in self defence.

WHEN INFORMATION BECOMES INTELLIGENT

WHEN INFORMATION BECOMES INTELLIGENT

Lets take a look at the two words ”Information” and ”Intelligence”, I like to check wikipedia to get a common usage of the words then look in historical references,  wikipedia works for these purposes. Information in its most restricted technical sense is a…

Hearing before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs

To the contribution of the Iroquois Confederacy of Nations to the development of the US Constitution and to reaffirm the continuing Government-to-Government relationship between Indian Tribes and the United States established in The Constitution – December 2, 1987 Washington, DC

The Friendship Treaty Belt

The Onkwehonwe of the Kanonhshonni made a treaty with the early Dutch people when they came to this continent. The Onkwehonwe lived very happily enjoying life the way the Creator intended.

US Treasury Department

All Indians are free of duties passing or repassing the boundary lines of the United States and Canada, and also free of taxes, licences in trading and selling bead-work, bark-work, baskets, snow shoes, medicines, (etc, etc:.) of their own manufacturing…