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

SULLIVAN-CLINTON is an essential journey. It's not for the faint of heart, nor the stubborn of mind. It's a major event in U.S. history that's been way off the radar screen for far too long. More road signs than any NY event, yet not in our school books. But just as America undergoes historic changes, the lessons of Sullivan/ Clinton are more relevant than ever. Come learn - at your own pace. Do your research here. Then come back again for more, as we continually update this living website...
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Tioga (Turning) Point

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Where the Susquehanna and Chemung R’s meet, this once Indian village of Teoga and neighbor -ing Queen Esther’s Town (the “Southern Door”), were burned in rev...

The Haudenosaunee!

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Announcing the endur- ing presence and courage of the Haudeno- saunee people & Iroquois Confederacy today.

Growing Corn

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The “Three Sisters” - corn, squash and beans - are at the heart of Haudenosaunee survi- val and worldview. Their destruction was an objective of Sullivan/ Cl...

Red Jacket

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1820 portrait of the Seneca orator by J.L.D. Mathies. Freedom Medal denotes his accommo- dation to Yankee rule. He ended as a bulwark for Indian traditions v...

At The Unveiling

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It’s September 22, 1929, during Sullivan/Clinton’s 150th Anniversary: Cayuga people with Chief Wilbur Shango tend a council fire at the official unfurling of...