Tag Archive for: Wampum Chronicles

Kahnawake and Blood Among Brothers

The Wampum Chronicles continue with Kahnawake and Blood Among Brothers from Darren Bonaparte’s, “From the Land of Flint to the Land Where the Partridge Drums.”

The Mohawk Migration to the Village of Prayer

The Wampum Chronicles Writing Series continues with The Mohawk Migration to the Village of Prayer and Kateri Tekakwitha.

From the Land of Flint to the Land Where the Partridge Drums

The Wampum Chronicles continue with the first part of the Migration from the Mohawk Valley to Kahnawake and Akwesasne. The Mohawks used this area in ancient times for both permanent and seasonal occupation.

Land Where The Partridge Drums

Land Where The Partridge Drums: A History of the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation by Darren Bonaparte originally published in the Indian Time, November 12, 1993

Nia:wen ko:wa, Tehanetorens | Akwesasne Remembers Ray Fadden

The Wampum Chronicles: Nia:wen ko:wa, Tehanetorens | Akwesasne Remembers Ray Fadden by historian and author, Darren Bonaparte.

The Wolf Belt from the Wampum Chronicles by Darren Bonaparte

The Wolf Belt

The Wampum Chronicles: The Wolf Belt, The Covenant Chain of Peace and Friendship Returns to Akwesasne by Darren Bonaparte.

The Two Row Wampum Belt By Darren Bonaparte

The Two Row Wampum Belt

The Wampum Chronicles: The Two Row Wampum Belt: An Akwesasne Tradition of the Vessel and Canoe by historian and author, Darren Bonaparte.

Akwesasne’s First Newspaper and the “Return” to Traditional Government

The Wampum Chronicles: “Akwesasne’s First Newspaper and the “Return” to Traditional Government“ by cultural historian and author, Darren Bonaparte.

The St. Regis Mohawk School and the Cultural Revival of 1937

The Wampum Chronicles: “The St. Regis Mohawk School and the Cultural Revival of 1937“ by cultural historian and author, Darren Bonaparte.

Old News Clippings Document “Mohawk” Political Revival

Old News Clippings Document “Mohawk” Political Revival

The Wampum Chronicles: “Old News Clippings Document ‘Mohawk’ Political Revival“ by cultural historian and author, Darren Bonaparte.