Iroquois Confederacy: Bibliography
The Iroquois have been the subject of much study and literature. Early students included Cadwallader Colden and Lewis Henry Morgan . See G. T. Hunt, The Wars of the Iroquois (1940, repr. 1960); F. G. Speck, The Iroquois (2d ed. 1955); J. V. Wright, The Ontario Iroquois Tradition (1966); Conference on Iroquois Research, Iroquois Culture, History and Prehistory (1967); A. F. C. Wallace, The Death and Rebirth of the Seneca (1969); B. Graymont, The Iroquois in the American Revolution (1972); G. P. Jemison and A. M. Schein, eds., Treaty of Canandaigua 1794: 200 Years of Treaty Relations between the Iroquois Condederacy and the United States (2000).
- The Iroquois Today
- Relationship with the French and the British
- Traditional Culture and Political Organization
- Rise to Power
- In the American Revolution
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