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Unknown, John Wampum (Iroquois) – 1872

Unknown, John Wampum (Iroquois) – 1872

Seneca - The Seneca are a group of indigenous people native to North America. They were the nation located farthest to the west within the Six Nations or Iroquois League in New York before the American Revolution. While exact population figures are unknown, approximately 15,000 to 25,000 Seneca live in Canada, near Brantford, Ontario, at the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation.

Seneca - The Seneca are a group of indigenous people native to North America. They were the nation located farthest to the west within the Six Nations or Iroquois League in New York before the American Revolution. While exact population figures are unknown, approximately 15,000 to 25,000 Seneca live in Canada, near Brantford, Ontario, at the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation.

American Indian's History: Tribes of the Huron-Iroquois Language

American Indian's History: Tribes of the Huron-Iroquois Language

Habit of a Mohawk one of the Six Nations. Mohawk iroquois. 1757-1772. NYPL Digital Gallery.

Habit of a Mohawk one of the Six Nations. Mohawk iroquois. 1757-1772. NYPL Digital Gallery.

Iroquois Seneca man in Union Army Uniform during the Civil War , circa 1863

Iroquois Seneca man in Union Army Uniform during the Civil War , circa 1863

IROQUOIS SENECA WOMAN AND CHILD , 1880

IROQUOIS SENECA WOMAN AND CHILD , 1880

He-Doa-Wah (aka Sherman Cooper) - Iroquois (Seneca) – 1913

He-Doa-Wah (aka Sherman Cooper) - Iroquois (Seneca) – 1913

GAH SQUA E WO (SENECA) , circa 1910

GAH SQUA E WO (SENECA) , circa 1910

Seneca family -- wearing Plains tribal regalia -- sigh.  No names, date, or location....

Seneca family -- wearing Plains tribal regalia -- sigh. No names, date, or location....

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