GANIENKEH TERRITORY
"INDEPENDENT NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN STATE"
Re-established 1974
"On May 13, 1974 at 4:00 a.m., the vanguard of the Mohawk Nation with the help of traditionals from other Indian nations moved back to the ancient Ganienkeh, lost by fraud almost 200 years ago. The seekers of justice hope to repossess as much of this lost land as possible. Permanent representatives of world nations to the UNITED NATIONS were alerted to the North American Indian move. The action is consistent with human rights as guaranteed by the UNITED NATIONS. Both the State and Federal governments decided to take no action against the Indians as they occupied the Moss Lake area. (Adirondack Park with its 6 million acres is part of the Ganienkeh Territory.) Obviously, the United States expects the Indian action to fall from lack of support."
Ganienkeh - 33 Years Later
Update on Ganienkeh today. [HTML w/lots of pics]
-exerpt from the Newsletter
A MESSAGE FROM GANIENKEH
INDEPENDENT NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN STATE
NO. 1 DECEMBER, 1974

Ganienkeh Manifesto
[pdf 501kb]
Original 1974 version by Louis Hall (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
[HTML version] Minor Edits

Thoughts of One Mohawk
A large series of writings and artwork from 1969 - 1993 by Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall,
reproduced from a book compiled by Louise Leclaire (Karoniaktajeh's niece).

Ganienkeh Wholistic Center
[LINK]

Letter from the Turtle Island Trust - November 1, 2007
Letter of continuing support from the "Turtle Island Trust" - [HTML Document]

GREAT LINK: http://www.kahnawakelonghouse.com/
Another excellent source of information from the Longhouse at Kahnawake.

Notice:
Fraudulent Solicitation of Funds [ PDF ]

Ayonwatha
KAYANEREHKOWA
aka The Great Binding Law, The Great Law of Peace,
The Constitution of the Six Nations,
The Constitution of the Iroquois Confederacy etc...


TWO ROW WAMPUM

In our canoe we have all our laws, culture, and beliefs and in your vessel you shall have all your laws, culture, and beliefs, traveling side by side through life as equals never enforcing or interfering in each others affairs as long as the sun shall shine the grass shall grow and the rivers shall flow this will be everlasting.

Last Update: Feb. 1, 2011
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