The Onondaga Iroquois: 1500 - 1655, a study in acculturative change and its consequences
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Onondaga Iroquios, archaeology
Archaeological Anthropology | Other History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Social and Cultural Anthropology
Two considerations led to this study. First was a desire to better understand events n northeastern North America during the sixteenth century; that formative yet enigmatic phase of European-native relations. Second was the need to get beyond the conceptual roadblock of "The Iroquois" and their league. To explore these questions, a particular native group, the ONondage Iroquois, is examined as well as how their culture changed as a consequence of European contact.
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Bradley, James Wesley, "The Onondaga Iroquois: 1500 - 1655, a study in acculturative change and its consequences" (1979). Social Science - Dissertations. Paper 96.