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When Rabbits Danced

Tales of the Iroquois
Length: 24 mins
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A BackPax® Adventure. In the frosty north country of upstate New York, once known as "stretching turtle," live today's Tonawanda Seneca people. Members of the indigenous "Six Nations," their government, the "Iroquois Confederacy," inspired America's Founding Founders in the formation of the United States. With this journey to Iroquois Country, BackPax takes listener/adventurers to the heart and soul of an old people and a new nation. Meet the children and their chief. Discover their unique history, folklore, music, and laughter. Thrill to tales of nature's wonders from modern times back to the days "When Rabbits Danced." Recorded on location on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation. Perfect for younger trailblazers new to BackPax, ages 6 and older.
©1986 BackPax International (P)2009 Janus Adams LLC

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The glimpse into Seneca history form the Seneca perspective.

Such a wonderful resource for learning about the Seneca from the Seneca. Storytelling and historical. MVTO.