Haudenousaunee survivors return to the Longhouse and, with the coming of spring, the planting of corn, beans and squash - a time for renewal. (Collage by Jen...
You ought to hear and listen to what we women shall speak; for we are the owners of this land, AND IT IS OURS! - Seneca Women
Canoes are stored in the rafters when water travel is out of season. (GH)
In the longhouse, each family grouping has its sleeping and storage areas. Fires are communal. Roof openings allow ventilation, light and a path for smoke to...
Entry way to the long- house. (GH)
They continue to flow at Ganondagan State Historic Site, restored as a center and seed-bed of traditional Haudenosaunee culture, values and vision. (GH)