By Alex HamerCentral New York is full of Haudenosaunee history, here are just five spots those traveling in the area can stop and check out.
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By Alex HamerThousands turn out to the Stage of Nations Ecofest in Syracuse to see the beauty of Iroquois dancing as well as Native food, music and crafts
By Alex HamerIroquois canoeists confront captain of two Christopher Columbus replica sailing vessels, the Nina and Pinta
By Alex HamerPhotos: The Mohawk strawberry festival honors this fruit sacred to the Mohawk (Iroquois) people, and it marks the beginning of berry season.
By Alex HamerHighlighting the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships and the Iroquois with the showing of Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation
By Alex HamerA cruelty-free Native American skincare line. Niawen Skincare products created by Mohawk licensed esthetician Tara Tarbell
By Alex HamerOnondaga Nation parents, protesting the rejection of a Native school principal on what they consider spurious grounds, yanked their kids out of school.
By Alex HamerWith 2,800 acres in New York and five regional campuses, SUNY ESF provides Native American students a place to combine traditional and scientific knowledge.
By Alex HamerSyracuse University in upstate New York offers a number of options for Native American students including more than 200 majors and more than 100 minors as well as an indigenous student group.