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Iroquois General Ethnology - Table of Contents



Antiquities-History-Ethnology
Historical and Ethnological Minutes
A Sketch of the Iroquois Groups of Aboriginal Tribes
Ethnological Suggestions
Indian Cosmogony
Gleams of their General Ancient History
Origin and History of the Iroquois, as a Distinct People.
Origin and History of the Oneidas
Onondagas Indians
Cayuga Indians
History and Origin of the Senecas
Tuscaroras Indians
Necariage Indians
St. Regis Colony, or Band
Epoch And Principles Of The Iroquois League
Era of Confederation
Principles of the Iroquois Government
Ancient Worship
Witchcraft
Wife s Right to Property
Archeology
Chapter 23
Ancient site of the Onondagas in the valley of the Kasonda, or Butternut creek of Jamesville.
Antiquities of Pompey and Adjacent Parts of Onondaga County.
Ancient Fortification of Osco at Auburn, Cayuga County
Vestiges of an Ancient Elliptical Work at Canandaigua
Ancient entrenchments on Fort Hill, near Le Roy, Genesee County
Antique rock citadel of Kienuka, in Lewiston, Niagara County
Circular Fort at Deoseowa, Erie County
Ancient Work On Buffalo Creek
Ancient State of Indian Art.
Relics Of Aboriginal Art In Western New York
American Antiquities
Oral Traditions Of The Iroquois Historical And Symbolical
Ancient Shipwreck of a vessel from the old world on the coast
Forays into the Country of the Cherokees and Catawbas
Exploit of Hi-a-de-o-ni
Embassy of Peace to the Cherokees, and Daring Feat of a Seneca
The Graveyard Serpent and Corn Giant
Allusion to the Siege of Fort Stanwix and the Battle of Oriskany
Defeat of the Kah-Kwahs on Buffalo Creek
Era of the Confederation
Traditions of their Wars with Monsters, Giants and Supernatural Phenomena.
Topical Inquiries
Who were the Eries?
Building of the First Vessel on the Upper Lakes
War with the Kah Kwahs
Miscellaneous Traits
Infant Atotarho of the Onondaga
Red Jacket and the Wyandot Claim to Supremacy
Anecdote of Brant
The County Clerk and the wolf-scalp
Moral and Social Condition and Prospects
Abstract of Census Returns
Deaf And Dumb, Idiots, Lunatics And Blind
Extracts from a Rough Diary of Notes by the way.
Extracts from a Rough Diary of Notes by the way.
Letter from J. V. H. Clark to Henry R. Schoolcraft
Letter from Mr. Cusick to Henry R. Schoolcraft
Letter from S. A. Goodwin to Henry R. Schoolcraft
Letter from Frederick Follet to Henry R. Schoolcraft
Letter from C. Dewey to Henry R. Schoolcraft
Letter from Rev. Gilbert Rockwood to Henry R Schoolcraft
Vocabulary of the Tuscarora
Letter from Rev. Asher Bliss to Henry R. Schoolcraft
Letter from Rv. William Hall to Henry R. Schoolcraft
Letter from Rev. Wm. McMurray to H. R. Schoolcraft
Mohawk Vocabulary
Cayuga Vocabulary
Letter from Mr. Richard U. Shearman to Henry R. Schoolcraft.
Oneida Vocabulary
Letter from Mr. D. E. Walker to Henry R, Schoolcraft
Letter from H, C. Van Schaack, Esq. to Henry R. Schoolcraft
Letter from L. T. Morgan, Esq., to H, R. Schoolcraft

Notes About the Book:

Source: Notes on the Iroquois or, Contributions to the Statistics, Aboriginal History, Antiquities and General Ethnology of Western New York, By Henry R. Schoolcraft, 1846, Senate Document, Twenty-Four.

Online Publication: The manuscript was scanned and then ocr'd. Minimal editing has been done, and readers can and should expect some errors in the textual output.

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