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Quiet Study

From now until the end of Finals' Week the Yellow Pipe Room has been designated to be a Quiet Study Area. Please turn off your phones and refrain from any conversations, including group project work, while in the Yellow Pipe Room. Enjoy the peace and quiet!

The recently renovated Cole Reading Room is another excellent option for quiet study. 

Arthur and Shirley Einhorn Iroquois Collection

History:

The Native American tribal confederacy known as the Iroquois, or Haudenosaunee consists of six tribal entities or nations, primarily located in New York State and Canada. The tribes share similar language and formed a five-member tribal affiliation before contact with Europeans. Today, the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy consists of the Mohawks, Onondagas, Senecas, Cayugas, Oneidas and the Tuscaroras, with the latter tribe joining later.

Biographical:

Akwesasne Contemporary Issues Resource Collection

This collection contains information about the contemporary issues of the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory. There are a variety of pamphlets, informational packets, articles, newsletters, newspapers and handouts all with information that pertains to the Mohawk reservation. The issues these resources cover span from environmental initiatives to public school education to the annual powwow.

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