Entry way to the long- house. (GH)
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
They continue to flow at Ganondagan State Historic Site, restored as a center and seed-bed of traditional Haudenosaunee culture, values and vision. (GH)
Pete Jemison, a Seneca faithkeeper, is Historical Site Manager of Ganon- dagan. (Photo by Geoff Harding)
The Haudenosaunee are “people making a longhouse.” This stands at Ganondagan, a former Seneca capital burned by the French under Denonville in 1687, to drive...
first published in Mary L. Booth’s History of New York (1st ed. 1861, 2nd ed. 1880)