• The book Cornplanter Newsletters is a reprint of the Cornplanter Descendants Association Newsletters originally published 1994 to 2005. Jack T. Ericson is the genealogists and editor of the series. The book includes a new name index not previously available. This collection is a priceless resource for Cornplanter descendants of the Seneca Nation of Indians. The land given to Cornplanter by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the 1790s was flooded by the Kinzua Dam built in 1965. By: Jack T Ericson
  • Phyllis Eileen Wms. Bardeau's Definitive Seneca: It's In The Word is an English-Seneca dictionary and is a cultural and linguistic treasure trove. Eileen, a fluent first language speaker and elder, speaks and records the Seneca language as she learned it from her grandmother, several generations ago before the building of the Kinzua Dam in the late 1960's. The phonetic breakdown for each word makes it easier for entry level speakers to learn how to speak.
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    Seneca Shorts- Seneca Language Story Book is written for reading enjoyment in the Seneca language. This collection of short stories can be used as an instructional tool in the teaching of the Seneca language. Learners of Seneca will learn the pattern of speech, and the use of connecting words. The Glossary of Expressions at the end of this book lists many 'connecting' words. A Pronunciation key is included at the end of the book, as well as at the bottom of each page. Each story in Seneca is followed by an English translation, capturing the 'gist' of the story. The essence of the humor is in the Seneca vocabulary.
  • The Standing Pot is an invaluable resource for traditional cooking. With recipes from everything to different corn soups, crayfish, roast pheasant and venison, fiddleheads, leeks, frybread, huckleberry bread, salt brine pickles and more; you will find something unique and tasteful for you and the family. Also included is the Seneca language and pronunciation for each recipe name.
  • The Standing Pot [Digital Download - PDF] is an invaluable resource for traditional cooking. With recipes from everything to different corn soups, crayfish, roast pheasant and venison, fiddleheads, leeks, frybread, huckleberry bread, salt brine pickles and more; you will find something unique and tasteful for you and the family. Also included is the Seneca language and pronunciation for each recipe name.

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