Gallery of Six Nation Images Dennis No Comments A large collection of images from the manuscript, including maps. These images can also be found on various pages in context with the information on the page. Rush S. Wilson (Ha-ja-ah-gwysh) He Carries the Fire Chief of Cayuga Nation Hiram Tallchief (Dah-eh-Jeh-doh) Burning Hand Cayuga Chief Edwin M. Spring (Ho-dyah-yoh-gweh) Spreading Sky Cayuga Chief Alexander John (Ska-no-eh) Fleeting Arrow Head Chief of the Cayuga Thomas Orphan Asylum Rev. Henry Silverheels and Wife Ex-Chief and president, Seneca Nation Grant Mountpleasant (Ne-no-kar-wa) Warrior Chief, Turtle Tribe Enos Johnson (Ka-re-wah-da-wer) Warming-toned Voice Bear Tribe Aunt Dinah 107 year old, Onondaga Andrew John Jr. (Gar-stea-ode) Standing Rock, Seneca Alexander Solomon (Arch-sis-O-ri-henn) He is to Blame Son of Old Chief Solomon of the Six Nation Thomas Williams (Ta-ker-yer-ter) President of Tuscarora Nation, 1890 Beaver Clan Luther W. Jack (Ta-wer-da-quoit) Two boots Standing Together Sachem Chief of Wolf Tribe, Tuscarora Elias Johnson (To-wer-na-kee) Historian of the Tuscaroras Wolf Tribe Daniel Printup (Da-quar-ter-anh) Sachem of the West Treasurer of the Tuscarora Nation Philip Tarbell (Ta-ra-ke-te) Hat-rim Protects the Neck Wolf Clan of St. Regis Indians Peter Herring (Tier-a-nen-sa-no-ken) Deer House Turtle Clan of St. Regis Indians Joseph Wood (So-se-sals-ne-ke-ken) Snow Crust Heron Clan of St. Regis Indians Charles White (sare-the-ne-wa-na) Two Hide Together Wolf Clan of St. Regis Indians Angus White (En-neas-ne-ka-unta-a) Small Stick of Wood Snipe Clan of St. Regis Indians William Cooper (Her-nohn-gwe-sers) Seek a Wife Thomas LaForte (Sho-heh-do-nah) Large Feather Methodist Minister, Onondaga Orris Farmer (Ho-de-gweh) Absconder, Onondaga John Griffin (Wer-dyah-saha) Cheap Jaris Pierce (Jah-dah-dieh) Sailing Whale Clerk of Six Nations, Onondaga David Moses (Jo-Weese) Chipping Bird Chauncey H. Abrams (Nis-hen-nyah-nant) Falling Day Albert Cusick (Sa-go-neh-guah-deh) Provoker, Onondaga Thomas Webster (Ha-yah-du-gih-wah) “Bitter Body” Keeper of the Wampum Snipe Tribe, Onondaga Daniel LaForte (Ha-You-Ws Esh) “Intestine Bruiser” Chairman of the League Wolf Tribe, Onondaga Wing or dust Fan Wampum, Presidentia of Six Nations Presidentia of the Iroquois Wampum, about 1540 Group of four wampums and turtle rattle used in Feather Dance Six wampums of the Six nations Reading The Wampums Named from left to right: Joseph Snow (Chan-ly-e-ya, Drifted Snow), Onondaga chief; George H. M. Johnson (Je-yung-heh-kwung, Double Life), Mohawk chief, official interpreter; John Buck (Skan-a-wa-ti, Beyond the Swamp), Onondaga chief, keeper of the wampum; John Smoke Johnson (Sack-a-yung-kwar-to. Disappearing Knot), Mohawk chief, speaker of the council, father of George H. M. Johnson; Isaac Hill (Te-yem-tho-hi-sa, Two Doors Closed), Onondaga chief; and John Seneca Johnson (Ka-nun g-he-ri-taws, Entangled Hair Given), Seneca chief. Theodore F. Jimerson (De-hah-teh) “Enlightened” Grandson of Mary Jimerson Cattaraugus Seneca Solomon O. Bail (Ho-Neh-no-oh) “Not to be Persuaded or Convinced” Great Grandson of Cornplanter, Cattaraugus Seneca Chester C. Lay (Ho-do-eh-ji-ah) “Bearing the Earth” Official Interpreter and ex-President Seneca Nation St. Regis Reservation Map, 1890 Tuscarora Reservation Map, 1890 Cattaraugus Reservation Map, 1890 The oil spring, just outside Cuba New York, was so highly regarded by the Seneca that they always reserved it in their land-sale treaties. Allegany Reservation Map, 1890 Tonawanda Reservation Map, 1890 Onondaga Reservation, 1890 Onondaga, County, New York Map of the Country of the Five Nations Governor Tryon’s Map of 1771 Solomon George (Wal hah-leigh) “Watchful” Oneida chief Henry Powliss (Was-theel-go) “Throwing up Pins” Oneida Caroline A Mountpleasant (Ge-keah-saw-sa), The Peacemaker, Queen of the Senecas -Wolf Clan Abram Hill (Ga-haeh-da-seah) “Whirlwind” Oneida Joshua Jones (Sa-sun-nah-gan-deeh) “Half name” Half blood, Oneida Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Share on email Email Share on print Print Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Type here..Name*Email*WebsiteSave my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Topics:Six Nations,Collection:Department of the Interior. Report on Indians Taxed and Indians not Taxed in the United States, Except Alaska at the Eleventh Census: 1890. Washington DC: Government Printing Office. 1894.