Category Archives: Conference on Iroquois Research

Another Excellent Conference on Iroquois Research

The October 2018 Conference on Iroquois Research was held last weekend at Ganondagan, near Victor N.Y.  Ganondagan is the site of a Seneca town that was attacked by the French in 1687.  The Seneca community fled, burning their buildings down … Continue reading

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Conference on Iroquois Research 2017 Presentation

The Conference on Iroquois Research met last week in Oswego, New York. It included many excellent presentations. I gave a talk based on the AIC records for 1723-1725 entitled “The Sappony Prisoner: Servant, Captive, Runaway, or Chief?” It concerns a … Continue reading

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“History as Archaeology”

The Conference on Iroquois Research held their annual meeting last weekend in Albany New York. This conference is an invaluable opportunity for native and non-native scholars, academics, and independent researchers to meet each other and hear presentations on all aspects of … Continue reading

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