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Synonyms for Iroquois

any member of the warlike North American Indian peoples formerly living in New York State

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The HCCC's legal adviser, Aaron Detlor, stated that in spite of several requests from the Haudenosaunee Development Institute, a department overseeing development of HCCC treaty lands, that the ministry has "refused to sign an agreement that would include such basic issues as confidentiality, environmental and archeological monitoring, engineering and environmental assessments, work plans or budgets.
The treaty set forth the foundation for relations between sovereign Indigenous nations and the newcomers, and, as far as the Haudenosaunee are concerned, those principles endure to this day.
Since that heritage was on his father's side, he did not qualify as a Seneca within the strictly matrilineal line of descent followed by all of the Haudenosaunee Nations, and was not enrolled.
Compared with contemporary Haudenosaunee beadwork artists, however, the number of Abenakis who maintain their beadwork traditions is, at the present time, sadly limited.
L'application de la Grande Loi de la Paix (Kaianerekowa) de la Haudenosaunee dans la pratique de la mediation a Kahnawake , Universite de Montreal.
On the other hand, the film is simultaneously an allegorical meditation on Haudenosaunee history and the continuing relevance of the message of unity and peace first delivered by the Peacemaker and Hiawatha at the founding of the League of the Haudenosuanee.
As Justice Laskin wrote in Heneo Industries Limited v Haudenosaunee Six Nations Confederacy Council, 2006 CanLII 41649, 82 OR (3d) 721, 277 DLR (4th) 274, "[T]he rule of law has many dimensions, or in the words of the Supreme Court of Canada is "highly textured.
The Haudenosaunee people, of which her Kanienkeha:ka ancestors are one nation, are renowned for the Ohen:ton Karihwatehkwen, translated into English as the Thanksgiving Address or The Greeting, a ceremonial statement of recognition and thanks to all the human and non-human members of the surrounding world--from water and grass to the Thunders, Moon, and Sun--that make everyday human life possible.
They describe the leadership role of Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) women in the family, in sustenance and community activities, and in resisting colonization, arguing that these roles are not separate but intertwined.
Although there is some dispute in the law, the duty has been found to apply in relation to activities on private lands; see Hupacasath First Nation v British Columbia (Minister of Forests), 2005 BCSC 1712; Paul First Nation, supra note 82 at para14 (restricting the duty to consult in relation to activities on private land to those involving significant government involvement, as in Hupacasath, ibid); and, John Voortman & Associates Ltd v Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council, 2009 CanLII 14797 at paras 63-68 (ON SC).
Haudenosaunee refers to the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy including Mohawk and Onondaga.
The visas were refused because the players insisted on travelling on Haudenosaunee passports, issued by the Onondaga Nation.
Iroquois Art, Power, and History" is a stunning new unveiling of adjusted interpretations of 5,000 years of Iroquois or Haudenosaunee peoples' legacy of visual art forms, including writing, incising, painting, tree-painting, drawing, tattoo, body painting, photography, videography and digital media, as well as other art media.