Guest Speaker Jon Parmenter, Associate Professor of History, Cornell University
In this talk, Jon Parmenter will analyze the documentary and archaeological evidence of Iroquois-Dutch interactions in New Netherland. He will shed new light on the ways in which the idea of kaswentha, an Iroquois-conceived model of mutually beneficial intergroup relations represented by a Two Row wampum belt, shaped Dutch exchanges with their Iroquois neighbors from the era of initial direct contact to the English conquest of 1664.
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