Welcome to the Haudenosaunee Confederacy

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Welcome to the official website of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Through generations of attempted assimilation the nations of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy have held fast to their cultures and traditions. Today they are expressing their story through their own people with the introduction of An excellent resource for students and teachers alike, this website shares cultural information in historical and contemporary contexts through the eyes of the Haudenosaunee. The website will provide a voice for the Haudenosaunee people in new media while providing engaging information to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal audiences. The Haudenosaunee welcome you as you explore the unique culture held close to the hearts of their people.

NEWS & Notices

The history related to the land transfer from Guswhenta to the Mens Fire

As a matter of transparency and in effort to ‘paint a clear picture’ of the history related to the land transfer from Guswhenta to the Mens Fire we have outlined a brief timeline.
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Notice Regarding Lands at Sixth Line and Oneida Road

After receiving concerns about the tract of land at Sixth Line and Oneida Roads regarding who held the ownership of the lands and who was benefiting from the leasing of this particular tract of land, we have provided the transfer document between Guswhenta Holdings and representatives of the Six Nations Men’s Fire and the Mohawks at Kanata along with the Certificate of Responsibility issued from the HCCC land registry.
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A letter from the Mohawk Nation to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

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Standing with Standing Rock to protect the waters

The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs acknowledge and thank the Standing Rock Sioux for their support of Haudenosaunee rights infringements in our 2006 land struggles and stand with our allies to the south in their fight to protect the lands and waters against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Click here to read the full article.