Academic journal article Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

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Academic journal article Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

List of Figures

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Figure 1 Marine shells used to make wampum beads, with reproduction beads (acrylic clay 'wampum') vm

Figure 2 Map of the Core Area of wampum use, comprising the territories of the three great confederacies traditionally engaged in wampum diplomacy. The five nations of the traditional Iroquois confederacy occupy the center, in present New York state. The Huron (Wyandot) realm lay north of Lake Ontario, and the Susquehannock confederacy occupied central Pennsylvania (see Becker 2008b) xi

Figure 3 These eight wampum belts were preserved in the council house of the Hurons of Lorette (Wendat of Wendake) in 1846. Six of them were then briefly explained by the keeper of the belts. xvii

Figure 4 Wampum belt xvm

Figure 5 Onondaga longhouse, Six Nations Indian Reserve 40, Ontario, Canadian Museum of Civilization, EW Waugh, 34690, showing old longhouse at the right. 59

Figure 6 (L. to R.): Joseph Snow, Onondaga Chief; George Henry Martin Johnson, father of Pauline Johnson, Mohawk John Buck, Onondaga; John Smoke Johnson, father of George Henry Martin Johnson, Isaac Hill, Onondaga; John Seneca Johnson, Seneca. …

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