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Fiction
Author: John Kahionhes Fadden,Akwesasne Notes
ISBN: 0962517577
Subcategory: Mythology & Folk Tales
Pages 60 pages
Publisher Oyate; 1st edition (March 1, 1999)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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eBook Kaianerekowa Hotinonsionne: The Great Law of Peace of the Longhouse People download

by John Kahionhes Fadden,Akwesasne Notes


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We place at the top of the Tree of Great Peace an eagle, who is able to see afar. If he sees in the distance any danger threatening, he will at once warn the people of the League

We place at the top of the Tree of Great Peace an eagle, who is able to see afar. If he sees in the distance any danger threatening, he will at once warn the people of the League. 3 To you, Atotarho and the Onondaga statesmen, I and the other statesmen of the League have entrusted the caretaking and watching of the Five Nations Council Fire.

Levi gained the respect of his people as a linguist who could speak the five dialects of the Haudenosaunee as well as English. Sawatis Anosotako (aka John Dionne) a Lacrosse player in Montreal, Quebec - Iroquois(Mohawk) - 1876. Native American Encyclopedia. In 1917 he was selected to sit on the traditional Cayuga Council under the name Deskaheh. Find this Pin and more on People: Iroquois by Hayehwatha Returns. Find this Pin and more on Art: Iroquois by Hayehwatha Returns.

Among the Haudenosaunee (the "Six Nations," comprising the Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora peoples) the Great Law of Peace is the oral constitution of the Iroquois Confederacy. The law was written on wampum belts, conceived by Dekanawidah, known as the Great Peacemaker, and his spokesman Hiawatha. The original five member nations ratified this constitution near modern-day Victor, New York, with the sixth nation (the Tuscarora) being added in 1722.

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Different translation of "Kaianerekowa Hotinonsionne, The Great Law of Peace of The Longhouse People". Another rendition of the Constitution, displaying Sections 1-28. The Iroquois Confederacy: Our Forgotten National Heritage (Interview w/ Dr. Donald Grinde J. by Donald Grinde & Bruce JohansenExemplar of Liberty: Native America and the Evolution of Democracy - see esp. Chapter 2 for a detailed description of Kaianerekowa or Great Law of Peace. League of the Iroquois.

Illustrations by John Kahionhes Fadden; foreword by Chief Leon Shenandoah; message from Chief Sidney I. Hill . Hill; epilogue by John Mohawk. The story of Deganawidah, The Peacemaker, who brought together warring tribes into the Iroquois Confederacy. I was looking for a book that would give a clear background picture of the story of Deganawidah and the formation of the Five Nations Confederacy and this book covers it thoroughly. 3 people found this helpful.

Kaianerekowa Hotinonsionne: The Great Law of Peace of the Longhouse People From Oyate. The Return of Hayehwatha for Peace on Earth. The Great Law of Peace was given to the People of the Longhouse many centuries-perhaps a thousand years-ago. Still today, the Longhouse People govern themselves according to this Great Law. The Constitution of the United States owes many debts to the Great Law of Peace. Earth School Syracuse University Associate Professor Iroquois.

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This is one of the best descriptions of the basic Tenets of the Great Immutable Peace or as others would refer to it as the Great Law of Peace. For those who wish to see a very good system of governance, social ability to live with others and work with others in an excellent system that came to my people from "Shonkwaiatí:son (The One Who Made Our Bodies) and how that was presented to the Onkwehonweronon people by the Peacemaker. Kwah tsi ioianere ne ki.
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This book should be included in all curricula across the US, but one need not wonder why it isn't. Mainstream America has fallen into a catatonic state with the need for more ENERGY. The powers that be tell us it will help the ECONOMY, as if thats all that we need to have peace. This is the big LIE that's consistently prepetuated in the mainstream media, and taught to our children.

The Kaianerekowa (Great Law of Peace)- is a message that all people could benefit from in that it has the potential to guide us to a path of peaceful co-existense with each other; nations respecting nations, and all sharing & respecting the Earth. A real common sense approach to achieving a good society.

Too many people today are enveloped in the materialistic world; falling pray to the temptation of "modern technology", and the dangerous effects of too much leisure, while destroying the habitats of other living beings who share this planet with us. If you haven't figured it out already, this world's in a tail-spin to disaster due to the arrogance of big business, overdevelopment and political corruption within all governments across the globe. Resources are being ripped out of Mother Earth more frequently; with such a fever pitch, that if it continues, it won't leave much for our grandchildren. The "pursuit of happiness" is never ending, and we're doing more damage than we have a right to.

People need to get back to the basics of mutual respect for each other, and care for the planet. This book will guide us to that path; but only if it is done with a collective "good mind."

I hope more people will read this particular book and share it with their children. It's the most important book you'll ever read.

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