The medal, considered to be of central importance by many in the Nation, was gifted to Seneca Chief Red Jacket by President George Washington in 1792 to commemorate discussions that culminated in the Treaty of Canandaigua of 1794, in which the Seneca Nation played a crucial role. The medal was meant to be a symbol of peace, friendship, and enduring relationships among the United States and the Six Nations. [Read more…] about Red Jacket Peace Medal Returned to Seneca Nation by Buffalo Museum
A Native American pipe tomahawk gifted to Seneca leader Cornplanter by George Washington in 1792, and stolen from the State Museum, has been reacquired through a donation and returned to the collections.
The artifact is on exhibit in the State Museum’s main lobby through December 30. The pipe tomahawk was stolen from the State Museum between 1947 and 1950. [Read more…] about Stolen Seneca Tomahawk Returned To Museum Collection
The Seneca Nation of Indians (Onon:dowa’ga:’) will open its new Seneca-Iroquois National Museum in Salamanca, NY on August 4, 2018 at 11 am.
The new 33,000 square-foot $18 million museum and cultural center will celebrate Seneca and Native history and also have a focus on the future.
What follows is an announcement that was sent to the press.