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  1. Iroquois Constitution (Ratical.org)
      "The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy, one of the world's oldest democracies, is at least three centuries older than most previous estimates, according to research by Barbara Mann and Jerry Fields of Toledo University, Ohio."

      "Using a combination of documentary sources, solar eclipse data, and Iroquois oral history, Mann and Fields assert that the Iroquois Confederacy's body of law was adopted by the Senecas (the last of the five nations to ratify it) August 31, 1142. The ratification council convened at a site that is now a football field in Victor, New York. The site is called Gonandaga by the Seneca." 7-05

  2. Iroquois Nation History (First Nations - Sultzman)
      "Simply put, the Iroquois were the most important native group in North American history...." 2-00

  3. Iroquois Nation Languages (Tolatsga.org)
      Includes Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora." 10-05

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