Cultural Interpreter Breezy Crouse guides you on an engaging tour to see the unique Codetalkers wampum belt and historic Cornplanter pipe tomahawk. She gives an overview of the On the Mother’s Side exhibit, highlighting the matrilineal bird and animal clans, and ends with a look at the traditional and contemporary pottery exhibit. Find out about upcoming virtual tours and collection highlights with Seneca-Iroquois National Museum staff by visiting www.senecamuseum.org or following their page on Facebook or Instagram.
President Armstrong speaks on the passing of a Cattaraugus Territory resident from COVID-19 and 4 confirmed positive cases on the Allegany Territory. He also shares information about area testing, the upcoming community mask and hand sanitizer distribution, and the first ever virtual Council session held on Saturday May 9.
Mask and hand sanitizer distribution for enrolled Senecas and on-territory residents coming Wednesday, May 13!
President Armstrong speaks on the persons under investigation for potential exposure being medically cleared to return to work, the May 8 Seneca Nation Housing Authority care package distribution, the May 13 community mask and hand sanitizer distribution, a drive through dinner being offered by Cattaraugus Education and SUNY Fredonia for students and parents, and a special recognition of nurses and mothers.