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Iroquois Struggle for Survival: World War II to Red Power
Iroquois Struggle for Survival World War II to Red Power
Author: Laurence Hauptman
ISBN-13: 9780815623502
ISBN-10: 081562350X
Publication Date: 3/1986
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Publisher: Syracuse Univ Pr (Sd)
Book Type: Paperback
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"From WWII onward, the Iroquios, one of the largest groups of Native Americans in Norht America, have confronted a series of crises threatening their continued exsistence. From the New York - Pennsylvania border, where teh Army Corps of Engineers engulfed a vast tract of Seneca homeland with teh Kinzua Dam, from the ambition of Robert Moses and the NY State Power Authority to develope the hydroelectric power of Niagara Frontier (which eroded the land base of the Tuscaroras), from the construction of the Saint Lawrence Seaway (which took land from the Mohawks and still affects their fishing industry), to the present-day battles over the Oneida land claims in NY state and the Onondaga efforts to repatriate theri wampum - Laurence Hauptman documents the bitter struggles of proud people to maintain their independence and strength in the modern world...."