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Gëönda’shö’oh Ge:idö’ (Trees)

This resource contains information and stories about trees, including Indigenous names for the variety of trees found in North America.
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Hadiwënoda:je's (Thunder Beings)

These stories were collected by John Napoleon Brinton Hewitt who was one-quarter Tuscarora. He worked with Ermine Smith in recording Iroquois stories in 1880. Hewitt published these stories in 1903 and 1928.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #9 - Corn Husk Dolls

This resource will help you understand Indigenous corn husk dolls and the techniques used in making them.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #8 - Lacrosse Sticks

This resource will help you understand Indigenous lacrosse sticks and the techniques used in making them.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #7 - Cradle Boards for Babies

This resource will help you understand Indigenous cradle boards for babies and the techniques used in making them.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #6 - Moccasin Styles

This resource will help you understand Indigenous moccasins; their styles and the techniques used in making them.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #3 - Clay and Stone Pipes

This resource will help you understand Indigenous clay and stone pipes; their uses and the techniques used in making them.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #2 - Clay Pots

This resource will help you understand Indigenous clay pots; their uses and the techniques used in making them.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #1 - Antler Hair Combs

This resource will help you understand the different types of Indigenous hair combs and their uses.
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Onohgwa'sha:sho'oh (Medicine plants)

This resource contains information and stories about medicine plants, including Indigenous names for the variety of plants found in North America.

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