Who is Andrew John?

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Who is Andrew John? is a book that details the political lives of two Cattaraugus Territory Seneca Leaders, father and son; Andrew John Senior and Junior. Chapter one will summarize major political issues every Seneca politician and member faced in the 19th century and into the 20th century. They are treaties and rights of preemption, Seneca Nation political revolution, emergence of private property, leasing, severalty (allotment) legislation/Indian removal policy, and federal citizenship legislation. Chapters two and three will provide a historical and political biography of the father and son. In addition, the appendices provide a genealogy of Andrew John Sr. and Jr., a chronology of recorded events that involved them, and a Seneca Nation leasing chronology.
It is important to note the limitations of this book as a myopic political analysis that does not include the social patterns of Seneca life and the good white neighbors the Senecas lived near, interacted with in everyday life, and sometimes intermarried with, and the good folks who helped Senecas in need, including missionaries.

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Who is Andrew John?

105 Pages

Table of Contents:
Introduction, Chapter One: Major Political/Sovereignty Issues of the 19th Century, Chapter Two: From Rebel to Peacemaker, Andrew John Sr., Chapter Three: Andrew John Jr., A Multinational Seneca Leader, Conclusion, References, Appendix A: Genealogy of Andrew John Senior and Junior, Appendix B: Chronology of Andrew John Senior and Junior, Appendix C: Chronology of the Seneca Nation Leasing History of the Allegany Territory 1830s to 1997, Appendix D: Seneca Civil War Veterans, Appendix E: 1838 Buffalo Creek Treaty Protest Memorial.

About the author:

Dr. Randy John, author and retired professor, is an enrolled member of the Seneca Nation of Indians with a background in gerontology and sociology. He was a Peter Doctor Memorial scholar after high school and obtained his Master of Arts degree from Yale University in Sociology and American Indian Gerontology undergraduate and graduate certificates from Syracuse University. His Bachelors degrees in Sociology and Psychology and his PhD in Social Science were all earned at Syracuse University. After his education was completed, John returned to his homeland on the Allegany Territory where he worked for the senior population of the SNI community and retired as an Associate professor of Sociology at St. Bonaventure University.

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