A general introduction of the Nooherooka Fort site and the Tuscarora Nation

Two Row Wampum treaty
The Two Row Wampum treaty, also known as Guswhenta or Kaswhenta, is an agreement made between representatives of the Five Nations of the Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) and representatives of the Dutch government in 1613 in what is now upstate New York. The treaty is considered by the Haudenosaunee to be the basis of all of their subsequent treaties with European and North American governments, including the Covenant Chain treaty with the British in 1677 and the Treaty of Canandaigua with the United States in 1794.

Kaha:wi Dance Theatre's Iroquoian Creation Story
The journey begins as a wondrous Sky World is revealed and Sky Beings dance like stars in the cosmos. It is when Sky Woman falls through the roots of the Celestial Tree to the Water World below that life on Turtles back takes shape. Animals by her side, Sky Woman sings and dances her world into existence. Composer Donald Quan has created an exquisite musical score that successfully blends traditional Iroquoian social songs and contemporary music, incorporating both Mohawk and Cayuga languages. Storyteller weaves the story with narration written by acclaimed Ojibway playwright Drew Hayden Taylor. Visually stunning, musically rich and theatrically compelling, this spectacular dance work for families and school-age children is entertaining and insightful.

Hiawatha - The Iroquois Nation - The story that began Democracy
The story of how the Iroquois Nation came into being. The American Indians had such spirit and heart that it is still our major key frequency here in the US. Just a little look back on how greatness comes when the old is surrendered and the higher order of peace and unification takes over.

The People of the Longhouse
A Documentary Short on the Iroquois Indian's lifestyle inside a longhouse created by Westbrook Shortell, Daniel Jackson, Dan Scharfenberger and Nicholas Varga.

Jake Swamp shares part of the Peace Makers Journey
Jake Swamp, Mohawk, or the People of the Longhouse/ Iroquois, shares part of the Journey of the Peace Maker. He is sharing this story at the 2007 Elders & Youth Gathering which was located on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana.

The Iroquois: Keepers of the Eastern Door
This is the 4th episode of the series The Iroquois produced in 1991 this episode is entitled. "The Keepers of the Eastern Door"

Do You Prefer to be Called Native American or Indian?
Do You Prefer to be Called Native American or Indian?

Children's Video Clips

Tuscarora Language Series (Clans) Learn the Tuscarora...
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Native American Stories

Native American Stories Tales From the LonghouseNative American...
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Tuscarora Picnic Videos

Highlights From 176th Tuscarora Picnic July 7 & 8,...
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