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    5 Nations T Shirt

    $60.00 $40.00
    The 5 Nations T Shirt. Designed by Quiet Storm Custom Wraps- a Tuscarora owned company, this unique, lightweight and breathable sports shirt features the Hiawatha belt of the Five Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy. The background design is wampum beads. On the sleeve is the seal of the Seneca Nation of Indians. This T-Shirt with the official seal of the Seneca Nation of Indians is an exclusive product sold by the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum
  • This unique Beauty Has No Face T-Shirt symbolizes the story of the corn husk doll. Please see the description below for a version of the story.
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    The I Love Seneca Nation T-Shirt was designed by the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum. The silver brooch pictured is a modern piece and is from the collection of the museum. Silver brooches were traded to Iroquois people beginning in the 18th century. They were used as clothing adornments. Some designs made long ago include hearts, circles, crosses and more. Today, some Native silversmiths still produce and reproduce certain silver brooches.
  • The Keeping Our Word T-Shirt was designed by the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum. This T-shirt is meant to remind people of the United States’ broken promises to the Onöndawa:ga’ and all Native peoples on Turtle Island. During his life, Chief Cornplanter attempted to secure long-term friendships with the new United States; only to see promise after promise broken for the remainder of his life. The original U.S. flag in distress mode to show concern for the U.S. not living up to its own principles since its birth. These violations continue to this day. During the Tuscarora Reservoir Supreme Court case, in the 1950s, Supreme Court Justice Black wrote the dissent. Throughout it, he talked about the long line of injustices and violation of treaties by the United States Government. He ended his dissent by saying “Great nations, like great men, should keep their word.”
  • No Dakota Access Pipeline- T-Shirt The Dakota Access Pipeline is a 1,172-mile-long (1,886 km) underground oil pipeline in the United States.It begins in northwest North Dakota and continues through South Dakota and Iowa to the oil tank farm near Patoka, Illinois. The #NoDAPL movement began, when Energy Transfer Partners announced its plans for an oil pipeline route across lands and waterways of cultural, spiritual and environmental significance to the Lakota Nation and other communities downstream. A number of Native Americans in Iowa and the Dakotas, have opposed the pipeline under the assertion that it would threaten sacred burial grounds as well as the quality of water in the area. A protest at the pipeline site in North Dakota near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation drew international attention shortly after the announcement of this project. In September 2016, construction workers bulldozed a section of land that the tribe had identified as sacred ground. The issue of the Dakota Access Pipeline has not yet been fully resolved.
  • Red SNI Logo T-Shirt

    $12.00$15.00
    The Red SNI (Seneca Nation of Indians) Logo T-Shirt is a comfortable shirt with designs of the clans of the Seneca people on it. The Seneca-Iroquois National Museum is proud to offer official logo designs of the Seneca Nation of Indians.
  • Veterans Pow Wow T-Shirt- Size Adult Small The powwow honors Native American veterans and is named in honor of Marvin “Joe” Curry, a member of the Seneca Nation of Indians’ Snipe Clan, who led a long and distinguished career of military service in the United States Navy, serving two tours of duty in the Korean War and also serving in the Vietnam War. The Seneca Nation has presented the annual celebration of Native American culture for the past 30 years. The powwow, which features a series of exhilarating dance and drum competitions, attracts competitors and visitors from across the United States and Canada. It is one of the largest powwow celebrations in the northeast.

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