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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iroquois_mythology

Much of the mythology of the Iroquois has been lost. Some of their religious stories have been ... No stories were ever told during the summer months. .... [H] owever, their God, being unwilling to root them out for their crimes, did them the ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Native_American_deities

Iroquois[edit]. Main article: Iroquois mythology · Adekagagwaa · Gaol · Gendenwitha · Gohone · Hahgwehdaetgan · Hahgwehdiyu ...

glitternight.com/2013/01/28/the-top-fifteen-deities-in-iroquois-mythology

Jan 28, 2013 ... They were later joined by the Tuscarora. As with Inuit mythology the exact names and roles of the major Iroquois deities varied a bit from tribe to ...

www.native-languages.org/gods.htm

List of Native American gods and goddesses from various tribes. ... (Aleut god) Ahone (Powhatan god) Apistotoke (Blackfoot god) * Ataensic (Iroquois goddess)

www.masseiana.org/smithe.htm

The latter were in the form of feasts, dances, or incense. Among the most ancient of these deities, and regarding which the traditions are the most obscure, were ...

theiroquoisstory.weebly.com/iroquois-religion.html

The Iroquois believed that in the beginning there was the Sky World. In the middle of the Sky World was a great tree that gave life to that world, but the tree was ...

www.firstpeople.us/glossary/native-american-gods-iroquois.html

Glossary of Native American Terms : Iroquois Gods.

are.as.wvu.edu/ruvolo.htm

The rich natural resources that surrounded the Iroquois were undoubtedly their ... and were working toward the creation of a true "Kingdom of God" located in ...

www.encyclopedia.com/history/united-states-and-canada/north-american-indigenous-peoples/iroquoian

Traditionally, the Iroquois were farmers and hunters who practiced a slash-and- burn form of horticulture. In addition, they fished and gathered berries, plants, ...

www.jstor.org/stable/3153757

E. A. SMITH, Myths of the Iroquois, in Second Annual. Report of the Bureau of ... special guardian deities, the famous totems of the Indians. It will be remembered  ...