"Originally published in 1892 by the U.S. Census Office, 'The Six Nations of New York' is a detailed sociopolitical study of the six nations of the Iroquois Confederacy. . . .Venables's introduction details political issues and views of the Iroquois in the late nineteenth century. . . . 'The Six Nations' outlines legal issues of the time and provides statistical information on births, deaths, longevity, religious preferences, education, occupation, and material holdings of the Iroquois people."—Anita Cheek Moon, Member Reviewers' Consortium Carrollton, Georgia, Primitive Pursuits, April 7, 1997
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