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Iroquois Indians: a Documentary History of the Diplomacy of the Six Nations and their League (Microform Collection)


Description

This collection includes documents of the Iroquois Indians. Spanning from the earliest surviving 16th century texts through 1842, the estimated 9,000 documents include minutes of treaty conferences, council meetings and agreements resulting from formal meetings. The records document the diplomatic history of the Iroquois nations or their league.


Location

Iroquois Indians: a Documentary History of the Diplomacy of the Six Nations and their League is located at call number MicFilm E99 .I7 I73 1984. Check the library catalog for location.


Access

Iroquois Indians: a documentary history of the diplomacy of the six nations and their league: a guide to the microfilm collection.   E99 .I7 I73 1985 Guide

  • This guide contains information about the texts and how they are presented (pp vii-viii), sources and locations of manuscripts (pp xi-xii), a bibliography of printed material (pp xiii-xviii), sources of wampum belts (p. xix), the calendar of documents (pp1-418) and an index (pp 421-718).

The history and culture of Iroquois diplomacy: an interdisciplinary guide to the treaties of the Six Nations and their league. E99 .I7 H63 1985

There is also an online guide from the publisher.