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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 third section gives special treatment to two singular groups in the watershed, the Six Nations Iroqouis, and the Old Order Mennonites and Amish, before discussing and analyzing the evolution of natural areas policies, the serious and growing issue of air quality in an airshed heavily impacted by bad industrial air from Ohio and Michigan as well as local population growth, and finally water quality and quantity issues in the Grand watershed.
Children aged seven to nine from Southfields Primary School, Hillfields, Coventry, learned about the Aborigine myth, Christ the King Infant School, Coundon, Coventry, learned about the Native American Iroqouis myth and Edgewick Primary School, Foleshill, Coventry stuided the Babylonian myth.
May 21--Hodge Foundry, Iroqouis Club, Meadville, Pennsylvania; Plant Tour, George Donner, Hodge Foundry.
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6) The Mohawks and other Iroqouis nations had other optics.