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Kakwitehnéhstsi Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwen

77. Tó: ní:kon ne orontákeri wahserò:roke? How much sap have you collected? 78. Énska tewenniáwe nikaweró:kwake wa'khnekarò:roke ne orontáker...

 

THE MESSAGE OF THE KAYANEREKOWA

Some people interpret the Great Law as authorizing the spread of Peace through aggressive actions and war. Others point to the Tree of Peace as the symbol of the Confederacy, and to the fact that the...

 

Kakwitehnéhstsi Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwen

53. Oh nikatsi'ten'tsherò:ten wahshè:ken sakón:newe ? What type of birds have you seen come back? 54. Wa'khé:ken káhrhonk sakón:newe I saw some...

 

THE MESSAGE OF KAYANEREKOWA

A Continuation of the Great Law of Peace THE EQUALITY OF THE NATIONS Brother It is normal for us to wish to preserve our ancient customs and to walk in the paths of our forefathers… We consider...

 

Kakwitehnéhstsi Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwen

26. Tonsahsté:ni kénh ne sarahkwaka'aiòn:tha? Did you change your clock? 27. Hen, tonsakté:ni ne akerahkwaka'aiòn:tha Yes, I changed my clock...

 

THE GREAT BALL GAME BETWEEN THE WINGED BIRDS AND THE FOUR-LEGGED ANIMALS

From - Ronathahon:ni Cultural Center/Native North American Travelling College Our Grandfathers told us many stories that would relate to lacrosse, how one is to conduct himself, and how important one...

 

Kakwitéhstsi Nikahá:wi

1. Tonsakté:ni ne akerahkwaka'aión:tha I changed my clock 2. Énska niiohwistà:'e wá:khente akerahkwaka'aiòn:tha I turned my clock 1 hour ahead...

 

THE MESSAGE OF THE KAYANEREKOWA

A continuation of the Great Law of Peace Continued from last week The equality of the Rotiianeson: The Peacemaker, with the people who were working for peace, created a council for the Confederacy....

 

Ohrhonkè:ne Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwas

108. Wa'tehsatskà:nhon kènh ne ohrhon'kè:ne tsi na'tetsiontskà:nhons? Did you eat breakfast? 109. Hen, wa'tkatskà:nhon ne ohrhon'kè:ne tsi...

 

THE MESSAGE OF THE KAYANEREKOWA

The message of the Kayanerekowa has three parts: the Good Word, Peace and Power- Kaiwiio, Skenen, Gashadenshaa. ‘Good Message’, this is what it means: People respect each other as though they are...

 

Ohrhonkè:ne Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwas

84. Ó:nen kénh satsheronniánion? Are you dressed yet? 85. Hén, ó:nen wa'katsheronniánion Yes, I did get dressed 86. Í:iah árok...

 

KARIHKWI:IO –ORIGIN OF THE FOUR SACRED CEREMONIES

GREAT FEATHER DANCE During most ceremonies in the Longhouse, the sacred rite of Ohstenwa'Ko:wa, "The Dance of the Great Feather Headdress", is...

 

Ohrhonkè:ne Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwas

51. Ka'nón:we táhsawe ne satkahráhnha? Where did you set your glasses? 52. Wa'tkatkahrahnháhsi tánon tsi iohtsiohare'táhkhwa wà:khren I took...

 

KARIHKWI:IO –ORIGIN OF THE FOUR SACRED CEREMONIES

The Fatherless Boy In the old days, in a native village, twelve male babies were born the same night. Eleven had fathers and one was fatherless. His mother was a pure woman. When the mothers of the...

 

Ohrhonkè:ne Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwas

26. Nó:nen wahsahtsióhare, sátstha kénh ne onoharè:tha? When you washed your hands, did you use soap? 27. Hen, onoharè:tha wà:katste Yes, I...

 

Native American Code of Ethics

Author Unknown Reprint from 2008 Originally submitted by Tom Porter Rise with our Elder Brother, the Sun. Pray often. The Creator will listen if you only speak. Be tolerant of those who are lost on...

 

Ohrhonkè:ne Nikahá:wi Karihwanóntha tánon Tekarihwa'serákwas

1. Tó: niiohwistá:'e wahsatkétsko? What time did you get up this morning? 2. Ià:ia'k shia'tesewahshén:nen niiohwistá:'e shiiohrhón'ke...

 

A Visit by Our Grandfathers – The Thunderers

Submitted by NNATC I will tell you this story as it really happened, just the way I remember it. I truly believe that it was our Grandfathers who came to visit us on June 22, 1970. It was on a very...

 

Khia'tewenhniserá:ke Owenna'shòn:'a (Ohrhon'kè:ne- 5)

123. Iontshoria'táhkhwa tánon ó:wise ia'ktáhko karonto'tsherá:kon I got a bowl and glass from the cupboard 124. Ska'neróhkwa ohrhon'kè:ne...

 

HISTORY OF THE CLANS

Continued from last week Now the young man who was given the name of Ronikonhrowa:nen had to cross over the river where many other families had set up their campfires. The people on the other side of...

 

Khia'tewenhniserá:ke Owenna'shón:'a (Ohrhonkè:ne- 4)

93. Oh nahsákiere shiiohrón'ke? What did you do this morning? 94. Wa'katateweienén:ta'ne I did get ready 95. Wa'kakia'tawi'táhsi ne...

 

HISTORY OF THE CLANS

Originally submitted by NNATC Many thousands of years ago the population of the humans on the earth was very small. As years passed it increased considerably. Along with this increase many problems be...

 

Khia'tewenhniserá:ke Owenna'shón:'a (Ohrhonkè:ne- 3)

61. Oh nahsákiere shiiohrhón'ke? What did you do this morning? 62. Iontehnhonhrakon'onhstáhkhwa wa'kéhrho kehnhonró:kon I did spread deodorant un...

 

TRADITIONAL NATIVE CORN & FOOD

Reprinted from Kakhwakon Cookbook Recipes, sponsored by Mohawk Indian Housing Corporation A BRIEF HISTORY OF CORN Ancient corn was began by Native Americans who developed the founding species. Two...

 

Khia'tewenhniserá:ke Owenna'shón:'a (Ohrhonkè:ne- 2)

31. Átste tsi ieientáhkhwa thó niaonsá:ke I went in the bathroom again 32. Wa'tkatkahrahnháhsi I did take off my glasses 33. Tsi...

 

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