Presented by the First Voice Interpreters of Ganondagan, this workshop will give attendees a deeper understanding of the Hodinöhsö:ni’ Confederacy and the formation of the Six Nations League of the Iroquois. Clan systems, social life, stereotypes and current issues will be discussed.

Ganondagan State Historic Site located in Victor, NY is a National Historic Landmark, the only New York State Historic Site dedicated to a Native American theme (1987), and the only Seneca town developed and interpreted in the United States. Spanning 569 acres, Ganondagan (ga·NON·da·gan) is the original site of a 17th century Seneca town, that existed there peacefully more than 350 years ago. The culture, art, agriculture, and government of the Seneca people influenced our modern understanding of equality, democratic government, women’s rights, ecology and natural foods.

The workshop will begin promptly at 10am; System Announcements will follow.

Information regarding safety protocols and options to join the meeting remotely will be released in early September.

Disclaimer: This presenter is considered independent and is not an employee of Pioneer Library System. The opinions and views expressed are solely those of the Presenter and do not necessarily reflect those of Pioneer Library System.

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September 17 2021

10:00am
2021-09-17 14:00:00 2021-09-17 14:00:00 UTC System Meeting: Ganondagan Presented by the First Voice Interpreters of Ganondagan [1], this workshop will give attendees a deeper understanding of the Hodinöhsö:ni’ Confederacy and the formation of the Six Nations League of the Iroquois. Clan systems, social life, stereotypes and current issues will be discussed. Ganondagan State Historic Site located in Victor, NY is a National Historic Landmark, the only New York State Historic Site dedicated to a Native American theme (1987), and the only Seneca town developed and interpreted in the United States. Spanning 569 acres, Ganondagan (ga·NON·da·gan) is the original site of a 17th century Seneca town, that existed there peacefully more than 350 years ago. The culture, art, agriculture, and government of the Seneca people influenced our modern understanding of equality, democratic government, women’s rights, ecology and natural foods. The workshop will begin promptly at 10am; System Announcements will follow. Information regarding safety protocols and options to join the meeting remotely will be released in early September. /Disclaimer: This presenter is considered independent and is not an employee of Pioneer Library System. The opinions and views expressed are solely those of the Presenter and do not necessarily reflect those of Pioneer Library System./ [1] https://ganondagan.org/ Pioneer Library System, 2557 State Rt. 21, Canandaigua, NY 14424
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