Art as a reflection of Iroquois culture by Roslyn Tunis

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  • Iroquois art.,
  • Iroquois Indians -- Social life and customs.

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Statementby Roslyn Tunis.
SeriesMaster"s theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 719
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Pagination1 v. :
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Open LibraryOL22212275M

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As society expands and grows, art changes to reflect its new developments. The Iroquois, specifically, based their warfare on social continuity and spiritual growth.

Death in Iroquois society is a direct correlation to the level of tribal spiritu-ality and strength. Sustainability of this strength is maintained through adoption and Mourning War. Mourning War (as theseFile Size: KB. Culture. People of the Longhouse, or Kanonsionni in the Iroquois tongue, is the name these people lived by and called Iroquois were originally comprised of five major tribes, prior.

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At café moments and interludes, both authors engage in. Culture and Tradition. The Iroquois were semi-sedentary people. Each Iroquoian village comprised of several hundreds of people who dwelt in large longhouses.

A longhouse was made of saplings and sheathed with barks of elm. A longhouse housed many families. It was the. Iroquois, any member of the North American Indian tribes speaking a language of the Iroquoian family.

They occupied a continuous territory around the Lakes Ontario, Huron, and Erie in present-day New York state and Pennsylvania (U.S.) and southern Ontario and Quebec (Canada). Iroquois Creation Myth Long before the world was created there was an island, floating in the sky, upon which the Sky People lived.

They lived quietly and happily. No one ever died or was born or experienced sadness. However one day one of the Sky Women realized she was going to give birth to twins.

She told her husband, who flew into a rage. Iroquois Books and Tapes A Course in the Spirit for Indians Oneida Opening Prayer Spirituality and Dreams: Native and Christian Dreamwork with the Central Alberta Cree Dreamworker: Ravenwoman. Iroquois Stories Iroquois Oral Traditions Origin of the Iroquois Nations The Legend of Onarga DeKaNaWiDa and Hiawatha Poetry of Hiawatha.

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Iroquois art from the 16th and 17th centuries as found on bowls, pottery and clay pipes show a mixture of animal, geometrical and human imagery. Moose hair was sometimes attached to tumplines or burden straps for decorative effect.

Porcupine quillwork was sewn onto bags, clothing and moccasins, usually in geometrical designs. But, in the Iroquois culture there are multiple gods, who become the elements, and then the Iroquois praise these elements.(Iroquois 30) In Genesis, man is created in the likeness of God,(Genesis ) but in the Iroquois myth man is created by another man.

The Iroquois move north. Global warm weather between and AD may have encouraged the Iroquois (EAR-oh-koi) to move northward. They moved up the Susquehanna river into what’s now Pennsylvania and New York.

When the Iroquois moved north, they ran into a smaller group of Woodland nomadic people and took their land. The Iroquois Indians were the most important Native American tribe throughout North American history and the Mohawk were the largest tribe of Iroquois Indians with o members.

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The Iroquois were one of the most powerful Indian races, controlling land all the way down the eastern seaboard of North America and several hundred miles inland.

A woman’s place in Iroquois culture was very different from that in European cultures. Iroquois women enjoyed social equality and respect that was not shared by colonial American women. When a person views African art, several themes seem to come up over and over again.

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