The Mohawk people are the most easterly tribe of the Haudenosaunee, or
Iroquois Confederacy. The name means "People of the Flint Place." They are an
Some Mohawk people believe that in ancient times, before they joined the
Iroquois Confederacy, their ancestors used to eat enemies they had killed in
Facts about the Mohawk Indian Tribe. A list of interesting facts about these famed
American Indian warriors known for their unique hair style.
Mohawk (Mohawk: Kanien'kehá:ka, “People of the Flint”) are Aboriginal peoples
in North America. They are the easternmost member of the Haudenosaunee ...
Dec 11, 2014 ... Thanks to Public Information officer Aimee Benedict and tribal historian Arnold
Printup at the St. Regis Mohawk tribe who made themselves ...
Mohawk Nation. The Mohawk Indian tribe was one of the original members of the
Iroquois Confederation, or Kanonsionni in their own language "people of the ...
The Mohawk tribe of Indians were one of many tribes that were part of the
Iroquois Confederation and inhabited the area around the Great Lakes and parts
Mohawk, Iroquoian-speaking North American Indian tribe and the easternmost
tribe of the Iroquois Confederacy. Their name for themselves is Kahniakehake, ...
As a complement to our Mohawk language information, here is our collection of
indexed links about the Mohawk tribe and their society. Please note that ...
Oct 18, 2013 ... They called themselves Kaniengehaga, 'people of the place of the flint.' In the
federal council and in other intertribal assemblies the Mohawk sit ...