IROQUOIS LEGEND: JOAGAH, TONEOAHYEN, GAHGAH (SENECA)

 


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That year, all the planted fields around the village were bad. Although harvest time was drawing near, the squash were still the size of hazel nuts, and the bean pods were empty. The corn, too, was in a sorry state. Ears we...



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