The Kanien'kehá:ka are the most populous of the Haudenosaunee Nations and our communities are located in two countries, two provinces and a state.

One might assume there would be disunity with such a geographically fragmented Nation.  On the contrary, the Kanien'kehá:ka are a proud people whose unity comes from the Mohawk identity and spirit of determination regardless of place of residence.

The following websites have much information and many perspectives concerning the Mohawk Nation.  They are presented here because of their relevance to the Nation itself and are neither endorsed nor discredited. 

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  Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays : ' Estupenda Graca'

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 K103 Kahnawake - The Monster on the Seaway! CKRZ - The Voice of the Grand : Six NationsKWE - Tyendinaga : Listen LIVE !

CKON 97.3 FM - Akwesasne !

 

 

Native North American Traveling College

akwesasne Phoenix

 

Kanesatakehro:non Tsi Nihatweienno:ten
Cultural Centre - Kanesatake

Mohawk Thanksgiving Address (Audio - short version)

 Mohawk Word of the Week - Listen!

Mohawk Thanksgiving Address (Mohawk/English - long version)

 Ontario Ministry of Education - The Mohawk Language Standardisation Project

 

Six Nations ' Champion of Champions Powwow '               July  24 - 25, 2004  Kahnawake's  ' Echoes of a Proud Nation '  powwow        July 10 - 11, 2004

  Website of the Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs

 "DEDICATED TO PRESERVING, ENRICHING AND PROMOTING HAUDENOSAUNEE/KANIENKEHAKA LANGUAGE AND CULTURE FOR THE NEXT SEVEN GENERATIONS UNBORN"

Canadian Aboriginal Festival                                            November 26 - 28 , 2004

17th Annual Tyendinaga Traditional Powwow              August 14 -15, 2004

   

 

 Mohawk Territory on the Internet!


BLESSED KATERI TEKAKWITHA

Kateri Tekakwitha Site - Official site

Kahon:wes's Mohawk and Iroquois Index

Kahon:wes's Mohawk Links

1991 Mohawk Population

akwesasne.ca

David Nicholson's current Oka news headlines

  Welcome to Akwesasne.ca !

Canada Kahnawake Relations Information Site

FirstNationsDrum.com

'Tobacco Road Revisited'

An interesting, albeit debatable, perspective.