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The Land You’re On: Acknowledging the Haudenosaunee

This Research Guide is a companion to the Sound Beat: Access Audio series "The Land You’re On: Acknowledging the Haudenosaunee".

Story Map: Disposession of the Haudenosaunee

"Dispossession of the Haudenosaunee: A Chronology in Maps" is a StoryMap, an interactive web-based tool combining narrative with a chronological display of maps, detailing the immense loss of land the Haudenosaunee have endured since the arrival of Europeans on the continent. 


"This is a brilliant summation of the territorial losses of the Confederacy.” 

Doug George-Kanentiio, Bear Clan, Akwesasne Mohawk, is the vice-president of the Hiawatha Institute for Indigenous Knowledge. He previously served as a Trustee for the National Museum of the American Indian, is a former land claims negotiator for the Mohawk Nation and is the author of numerous books and articles about the Mohawk people.


Created by Darle Balfoort, Maps and Government Information, Syracuse University Libraries.

The link to the Story Map is below.