Yetsisewennitskagwanion, ye have placed it under you. Ennitskare, B., to be seated on anything.
Yondonghs, it is called; they call it. Katon, C., to say.
Yonkwakaronny, they are wasting, or injuring, us. Gagaronnion, B., to do harm to any one; to cause him some loss.
Yonkwanikonghtaghkwenne [yonkwennikondakwenne], we depended on them.
Yontkwatkennison, we are assembled. Atkennison, B., to be assembled.
Yotdakarahon [yotdarahon], things falling on one. Ga'r"con, B., to fall upon.
Yoyanere, it is good, it is well. From the root yaner, noble. See Kayancrenh.
Yuneghrakwah, solemn event. See Jiniyuneghrakwah.
(Names of authors are printed in small capitals; of races and tribes in italic.)
Adoption of conquered Enemies
Agnier, French for Canienga
Akahenyonk, Cayuga chief, Tekahenyonk in chant
Algonkins, a nomadic people, their war with the Alligewi, friendly to the Hurons, western (Ojibways), the Lenapes,
Alliances of Iroquois
Alligewi, or Moundbuilders
Andastes, or Conestogas, among the Iroquois
Aryans, their character, in Europe and Asia
Ataensic, a Huron divinity
Atotarho, Onondaga chief, meaning of name, his opposition to Hiawatha, joins the League, myths relating to, political kinship, legend of poisonous bird, story of Hiawatha's daughter, his name in the chant, his aids in council, succession of Atotarhos,
Attiwandaronks, or Neutrals, their country, their history, among the Hurons, their mortuary customs, cause of their overthrow,
Basques, their language, their character
Bearfoot, Rev. Isaac
Book of Rites, its contents, its origin, its name, addresses of condolence, Canienga text, translation, Onandaga book, translation, notes on Canienga book, notes on Onondaga book
BREBEUF, on the Huron character
BRINTOS, D. G.
BRUYAS, his Iroquois dictionary
Buck, George, Onondaga chief
Buck, Chief John
Canasatego, Onondaga chief, rebukes the Delawares
Canienga, meaning of
Caniengas, or Mokawks, their country, their language, the oldest Iroquois nation, war with Mohegans, their ancient chiefs
Caniengas, remove to Canada their clans their name in council their councillors their towns
Cayuga, meaning not known
Cayugas, their country their origin assailed by Atotarho join the League remove to Canada their clans a "younger nation" their name in council their councillors their towns
Champlain in the Huron country assails the Iroquois
Ckerokees their language reject the League
Chief, office of installation of succession of war-chief
Chief matron, her function
Chippeways, See Ojibways,
Clans, Iroquois origin of number of See Ball, Bear, Beaver, Deer, Eel, Hawk, Heron, Snake, Snipe, Tortoise, Wolf,
CLARK, J. S.
CLARKE, P. D.
CLARKE, J. V. H.
Classes in Council
Condoling council proceedings in
Condoling song explanation of text of versified
Conestogas, See Andastes,
Confederacy, See Iroquois and League,
Conquered tribes, treatment of
Convention of Founders
Council of League its formation number of members unanimity required classes in induction of members held at Onondaga in 1657 composing quarrels held in Philadelphia in 1742
Councillors number of how selected name of list of clans and classes of
Credit River Indians
Cruelties of Indians of civilized nations
CUOQ, J. A. his philological works his Iroquois dictionary
DAWSON, J. W.
David of Schoharie
Dekanawidah, Canienga chief his origin joins Hiawatha has no successor his claims as founder
Delawares, or Lenapes their clans their subjection a band received into the League
DE SCHWEINITZ, E.
ELLIS, "Polynesian Researches"
Era of Iroquois confederacy
Eries, a Huron-Iroquois nation their origin their overthrow among the Iroquois
Euskarians, or Basques
Feast of the Dead
Fidelity to allies
Five Nations, See Iroquois
Founders of League
Grand River Reserve
Great-Tree People (Oneidas)
Great-Pipe People (Cayugas)
Greenhalgh at Onondaga
Hayonwatha, See Hiawatha
Hiawatha, his history meaning of name orthography of name his projected league his flight to the Caniengas reception by Dekanawidah made a Canienga chief myths relating to his reforms his motives his name in the chant his daughter his white canoe
Hill, Abram, Oneida chief
Historical traditions framers of the League Hiawatha's daughter
Horns, as insignia origin of custom
Hudson, voyage of
Huron-Iroquois nations their original country war with the Alligewi their dispersion
Hurons, or Wyandots their history among the Iroquois their mortuary customs their deities their character their flight to the Ojibways cause of their overthrow their language
Hymn, national, See Condoling Song
Indian character misconception of
Indian social system
Indians and whites
Installation of chiefs
Iroquois, their country when first known to whites [Footnote: The date as printed is an error. "Sixteenth century" should be "seventeenth."] their migrations conquer the Eries expel the Hurons conquer the Attiwandaronks their League formation of League date of the confederacy name of League League broken up
Iroquois, in Canada, their towns, See Towns, Iroquois, their clans, See Clans, Iroquois, their classes, See Classes in Council, their national hymn, See Condoling Song, their women, their chiefs, succession of, their chief divinity, their character, their love of peace, their foreign policy, object of their League, their alliances, causes of their wars, treatment of subject tribes, adoption of enemies, their language, See Language, Iroquois, meaning of "Iroquois,"
Johnson, Chief George,
Johnson, Chief J. Smoke, his office, preserves the Book of Rites,
Johnson, Sir William,
Jones, Chief Philip,
Juskeha, Huron divinity,
Kanienke, See Canienga,
Kanonsionni, meaning of, spelt Kanonghsyonny,
Kanyadanyo, Seneca chief, Skanyadariyo in chant,
Karenna, See Condoling Song,
Kayanerenh, meaning of,
La Fort, Daniel,
Language, Iroquois, its origin and dialects, description of, Brebeuf and Max Mtiller on, works on phonology, grammar, abstract nouns, verbal forms, permanence of, analysis and synthesis,
Laws of the League, as to succession of chiefs, as to intertribal homicide, as to mortuary usages, a "Great Reformation,"
League, See Iroquois and Laws,
Leagues common among Indians,
Le Mercier at Onondaga,
Le Moyne at Onondaga,
Lenapes, See Delawarts,
LONGFELLOW, H. V.,
Manabozho, Ojibway divinity,
Maqua, meaning of,
Matron, Chief, See Chief Matron,
MAX MUeLLER, F.,
Mengwe, See Mingo,
Migrations, Iroquois, Indian,
Mingo, meaning of,
Missionaries, English, Jesuit, See Jesuit Missionaries,
Mississagas, received by Iroquois,
Mohawk, meaning of,
Mohawks, See Caniengas,
Mohegans, or Mohicans, war with the Iroquois, protected by Iroquois,
Moundbuilders, See Alligewi, acquainted with wampum,
Mourning Council, See Condoling Council,
Mourning customs, See Funeral usages,
Nanticokes, admitted into the League,
Neutral Nation, See Attewandaronks,
Nihatirontakowa, See Oneidas, name in council,
Notes on the Canienga Book,
Notes on the Onondaga Book,
Odatshehte, Oneida chief,
Ohio, meaning of,
Ojibways, allies of Iroquois, war with, treaty with,
Oneida, meaning of, Oneidas, their country their origin war with Mohegans join the League their clans a "younger nation" their name in Council their Councillors their towns,
Onondaga, meaning of, Onondaga castle,
Onondogas, their country, their origin, ruled by Atotarho, join the League, a part remove to Canada, Reservation near Syracuse, N.Y. their Book of Rites, orthography of Book,
Onondagas, their language, their clans, et seq. an "elder nation," their name in Council their councillors site of their former capital their towns,
Oyander, title of
Peace, preservation of; how restored love of
Pennsylvania Historical Society,
POWELL, J. W.
Pre-Aryans in Europe and America,
Preliminary ceremony, the, Proper names, obsolete,
Protection of weak tribes by Iroquois, Tuteloes, Delawares, Nanticokes, Mohegans, Mississagas,
Rawenniyo, name of deity, meaning of,
Relations, See Jesuit Relations,
Ronaninhohonti, Door-keepers, See Senecas, name in council,
Rotisennakehte, name-carriers, See Onondagas, name in council,
Royaner, title of,
Sachem, an Algonkin word,
Sakayengwaraton, See Johnson, J. S.
Saponies, or Saponas
Scandawati, See Skanawati,
SCHOOLCRAFT, H. R.
Seneca, meaning of
Senecas, their country their origin assailed by Atotarho their ancient chiefs join the League remain in New York their clans an "elder nation" their name in council their language their councillors their duty as door-keepers their towns
Sermon, a pagan
Shadekaronyes, Seneca chief
Six Nations, See Iroquois,
Six Nations' Reserve, See Grand River,
Skanawati, Onondaga chief Scandawati's suicide
SMITH, Mrs. E. A.
Smoking in council
Sonontowane, meaning of
Sonontowans, See Senecas,
Sotinonnawentona See Cayugas, name in council,
Speaker of council
SQUIER, E. G.
STONE, W. L.
Talligewi, See Alligewi,
Taronhiawagon, Iroquois divinity
Tehadirihoken See Caniengas, name in council,
Tekarihoken, Canienga chief meaning of
Tionontates, or Tobacco Nation
Tobacco Nation, See Tionontates,
Tortoise clan divided
Towns, Iroquois list of, in Book of Rites deserted sites
Treaty of Iroquois with the Dutch
Treaty of Iroquois with the English
Treaty of Iroquois with the Ojibways
TROMBULL, J. H.
Tuscaroras, their origin their migrations join the Iroquois their clans a "younger nation"
Tuteloes received by Iroquois
Wampum known to Moundbuilders mourning
Wampum-records, reading of
Wars of self-defence
Wars of extermination
WHITNEY, W. D.
Women, condition of as peacemakers regard for
Wyandots, See Hurons,
Yondennase, See Condoling Council,