Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation
Basic Call to Consciousness*, Akwesasne Notes ed.,
Conspiracy of interest: Iroquois Dispossession and the Rise of New York State*, Laurence M. Hauptman, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY: 1999.
Exemplar of Liberly, Donald A. Grinde Jr. and Bruce Johansen, American Indian Center, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA: 1991.
Exiled in the Land of the Free*, Oren Lyons & John Mohawk ed., Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, NM: 1992.
The Everett Report in Historical Perspective*, Helen M, Upton, New York State American Revolution Bicentennial Commssion, Albany, NY: 1980.
The History and Culture of Iroquois Diplomacy *, edited by Francis Jennings, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY: 1985.
Indian Roots American Democracy, Jose Barreiro, ed., Akwe:kon Press, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 1992.
Iroquois Culture and Commentary, Doug. George-Kanentio, Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, NM:2000.
Iroquois Land Claims*, edited by Christopher Vecsey and William A. Starna, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY: 1998.
New Voices from the Longhouse, Joseph Bruchac, The Greenfield Review Press, NY: 1989.
Thanksgiving Address, Clear Light Publishers, Sante Fe, NM.
The Six Nations of New York-The 1892 United States Extra Census Bulletin introduction by Robert Venables, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY 1996.
Treaty of Canandaigua 1794*, Peter Jemison and Anna M. Schein, ed., Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, NM: 2000.
White Roots of Peace, Paul Wallace, Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, NM: 2000.
Whose Land? An Introduction to the Iroquois Land Claims in New York State, Philip Hamden for the American Friends Service Committee, Syracuse, NY: 2000.
Words That Come Before All Else: Environmental Philosophies of the Haudenosaunee, Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force, (5 18) 358-3381.
Family Reading Teen/Adult
Roots of the Iroquois, Ray Fadden, The Book Publishing Company, Summertown, TN: 2000.
Brother Eagle, Sister Sky, message from Chief Seattle, paintings by Susan Jeffers, Dial Books for Young Readers, NY: 1991.
Children of the Longhouse, Joseph Bruchac, Dial Books for Young Readers, NY: 1996.
Indian Life (coloring book), John Green, Dover Publications, NY.
Legends of the Iroquois, Ray Fadden, The Book Publishing Company, Summertown, TN, 1998.
Northeast Indians (coloring book), Spizzirri Publishing, SD: 1986.
Elementary/Middle School (continued)
Skywoman, Joanne Shenandoah, Douglas M. George, Ka-Hon-Hes, David Kanietakeron Fadden, Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, NM: 1989.
Thirteen Moons on a Turtles Back, Joseph Bruchac and Jonathan London, Penguin, Canada:. 1997.
Wampum Belts of the Iroquois, Ray Fadden The Book Publishing Company, Summertown, TN.
The Maple Thanksgiving, Joseph Bruchac, Celebration Press, 1996.
* This book is available from the Onondaga County Public Library system.
Haudenosaunee Runner, Newsletter of the Haudenosaunee, Tonawanda Seneca Nation, 7027 Meadville Rd., via Basom, NY 14013, (716) 542-4244.
Indian Time, Newspaper of the Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs, Box 366, Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, Rooseveltown, NY 13683, (518) 358-9531.
Haudenosaunee Home Page (official web page)www.sixnations.org/
Iroquois Art and Artistswww.stonedust.com/
HONOR, HONOR OUR NEIGHBOR'S ORIGINS AND RIGHTSwww.honoradvocacy.org/
Native American Teaching Resourceswww.hanksville.org/NAresources/indices/NAteach.html
The Great Peace...The Gathering of Good Minds CD-ROMwww.greatpeace.org/
NOON, Neighbors of tile Onondaga Nation, 2013 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, NY 13210, (315) 472- 5478, email: firstname.lastname@example.org web: www.peacecouncil.net/noon
SHARE, PO Box 173, Aurora NY 13026, (315) 889-7371.
Onondaga Communications Office is the official office of the Onondaga Nation. Contact: Onondaga Communications Office, Onondaga Nation, via Nedrow, NY 13120, (315) 492-1922.