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  1. A Student's Seneca: Ten Letters And Selections from De Providentia And De Vita Beata by M. D. Usher, 2006-01-30
  2. Seneca Apocolocyntosis by Lucius Annaeus Seneca, Paul Roth, 1988-01-30
  3. Seneca: De otio; De brevitate vitae (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics) by Seneca, 2003-02-17
  4. Post-Augustan Poetry: From Seneca to Juvenal by H.E. Butler, 2007-02-23
  5. Octavia: Attributed to Seneca by Seneca (L. Annaei Senecae), 2008-08-15
  6. Dialogi (Oxford Classical Texts) by Seneca, 1977-08-11
  7. Handbook of the Seneca Language by Wallace, L. Chafe, 2007-06-01
  8. Seneca: The Life of a Stoic by Paul Veyne, 2002-03
  9. De la Brevedad de la Vida by Lucio Anneo Seneca, Lucio Anneo Seneca, 2005-06-30
  10. History Speaks: Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions (Historic Documents) by Douglas M. Rife, 2002-11-01
  11. Tragoediae (Oxford Classical Texts) by Seneca, 1986-10-02
  12. Reading Seneca: Stoic Philosophy at Rome by Brad Inwood, 2008-05-11
  13. Seneca the Elder: Declamations, Volume II, Controversiae, Books 7-10. Suasoriae. Fragments (Loeb Classical Library No. 464) by Seneca the Elder, 1974-01-01
  14. Dinah of Seneca by Corrina Lawson, 2010-04-19

81. Seneca Museum Of Waterways And Industry
Education about the industrial and canal history of seneca Falls. Includes special events details, photographs, and map.

82. Seneca Falls Online
seneca Falls portal site from ISP,

83. Seneca Nation Library - Allegany Branch
Hours, location, and contact information; also provides links on the seneca.

84. Seneca Links
Links to seneca Nation resources, from the Kahonwes s Iroquois Confederacy Index.
Shotinontowane'haka (Seneca) The End

85. Seneca Indians - Historical American Indian Resource
Portal for learning about the seneca Indian culture, its place in the League of Iroquois Nations, legends and folklore, and resources you can find on the Web.
Essential Reading
To Be Indian: The Life of Iroquois-Seneca Arthur Caswell Parker

by Joy Porter, William N. Fenton (Hardcover - December 2001)
Seneca Chief, Army General : A Story About Ely Parker (Creative Minds Biography)

by Elizabeth Van Steenwyk, Karen Ritz (Illustrator) (Library Binding - September 2000)
Chainbreaker's War: A Seneca Chief Remembers the American Revolution
by Blacksnake, Jeanne Winston Adler (Paperback 2002)
The Peace Chief : A Novel of the Real People
by Robert J. Conley (Hardcover - November 1998) is your starting point in learning about the Seneca Indian culture, its place in the League of Iroquois Nations, legends and folklore, and Resources you can find on the Web. The Seneca were on of the most important tribes in the Iroquois League of 6 Nations; they were a proud people, a conquering tribe who let nothing stand in the way of their tribal expansion. Several key historical figures were Seneca Indians, the most notable being Red Jacket, a great orator and wise man, famous for his quotes.

86. Seneca Indians - Canadian History
Article on the tribe from the Handbook of Indians of Canada.
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Seneca Indians [This text was originally published in 1907 by the Bureau of American Ethnology as part of its Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico [Further information on the Seneca may be found in the Canadian Encyclopedia , the Encyclopedia of North American Indians and at the Native American Languages ' site] Seneca ('place of the stone,' the Anglicized form of the Dutch enunciation, of the Mohegan rendering of the Iroquoian ethnic appelative Oneida, or, strictly, Oneniute'a'ka', and with a different ethnic suffix, Oneniute'-ron'non' Ka'nho'hwhdji'go'na' by the Onondaga. In historical times the Seneca have been by far the most populous of the five tribes originally comprising the League of the Iroquois. The Seneca belong in the federal organization to the tribal phratry known by the political name Hondonnin"

Information on museum and the history/culture of the seneca and Iroquois. Located in Salamanca, New York.

88. The Onodowahgah: Seneca
Overview of the seneca tribe s history.
Onodowahgah (The People of the Great Hill) Seneca Artwork by John Kahionhes Fadden OVERVIEW: Written by Kanatiiosh The Seneca call themselves Onondowahgah, which means the People of the Great Hill. The name refers to the Seneca's belief that they emerged into this world from under South Hill, which is located near Canandaigua Lake in what is now New York State. The Onondowahgah are one of the original Five Nations to accept the Peacemaker's message and joined together with the Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, and Cayuga to form the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, which is also know as the Iroquois Confederacy. Haudenosaunee translates to mean (People of the Longhouse), which refers to the type of homes built by the Haudenosaunee. In the picture (above), the artist (Kahionhes) depicts the Onondowahgah by showing a man wearing a gustoweh (feathered hat) containing a single eagle feather placed next to a big hill to represent that the Seneca are known as the People of the Great Hill. When reading the Aiionwatha (Hiawatha) Belt, looking northward, the first square on the left-hand side represents the Seneca Nation. The square on the far right-hand side represents the Mohawk Nation. However, if you read the Aiionwatha belt looking southward, then the opposite would be true. The Seneca are known as the Elder Brothers, which has significance when the Grand Council of Chiefs, composed of all fifty chiefs of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, meet to discuss matters of importance to the entire Confederacy. The Seneca are also known as the Keepers of the Western Door. In the picture (above), the man is wearing a gustoweh, which is a feathered hat. One can identify the Nation that the wearer is from by the number of eagle feathers and the position that these feathers are worn on the gustoweh.

89. | Home On The Web Of The Athletics And Recreation Department At S
Official site of the Sting with scores, statistics, articles, rosters, and schedules.

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This week in Athletics and Recreation... Monday, Nov. 1 to Sunday, Nov. 7 Monday
  • No Events Scheduled
  • HOME-OPENER: Sting Men's and Women's Basketball vs. Fleming College Knights at Newnham Campus Gymnasium - 6 p.m. (In-Game Entertainment and Prizing provided by Seneca's Event Marketing students) CAMPUS REC: Movie Day at Markham Campus (Food Inc.) - 3-5 p.m.
  • HOME-OPENER: Sting Men's and Women's Volleyball vs. Fleming College Knights at Newnham Campus Gymnasium - 6 p.m. (In-Game Entertainment and Prizing provided by Seneca's Event Marketing students) CAMPUS REC: Soccer Tournament at Markham Campus - 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. CAMPUS REC: Yoga Class at King Campus - 3:30 p.m.

90. Please Wait While We Redirect You...
The park, comprised of 6,300 acres, extends along 14 scenic miles of seneca Creek, as it winds its way to the Potomac River.

91. Caro San Paolo... Caro Seneca...
E possibile che lApostolo delle genti e il potente ministro neroniano si siano conosciuti? Tracce di un probabile scambio di lettere tra due grandi del passato. a cura di Marta Sordi.
Pagine cattoliche
Caro san Paolo... Caro Seneca...
di Marta Sordi
E’ possibile che l’Apostolo delle genti e il potente ministro neroniano si siano conosciuti? Tracce di un probabile scambio di lettere tra due grandi del passato.
Sono usciti a Milano, nel 2001, presso l’editrice Vita e Pensiero, gli Atti del convegno su “ Seneca e i Cristiani”, tenuto presso l’Università Cattolica nell’ottobre del 1999. Nel corso del Convegno è stato ripreso in esame, con conclusioni diverse, il problema dell’epistolario fra Seneca e Paolo, di cui Maria Grazia Mara ha ribadito, sulla linea dell’opinione più largamente diffusa, il carattere apocrifo, mentre io, sulla base di nuove ricerche avviate nell’Istituto di Storia Antica dell’Università Cattolica, ho proposto di riaprire tutta la questione. Gli argomenti in base ai quali ho ritenuto di dover rimettere in discussione la natura apocrifa dell’epistolario, della quale io stessa non dubitavo nei miei studi precedenti, sono innanzitutto due: il primo nasce dalla datazione alla fine del I secolo, o agli inizi del II secolo d.C., di un’iscrizione funeraria di Ostia (C. XIV, 566), rivista per me da un insigne epigrafista, il compianto prof. G. Susini dell’Università di Bologna, dedicata dal padre, M. Anneo Paolo, al figlio

92. Lucio Anneo Seneca
Vita, opere, considerazioni sullo stile e testi in latino.

93. Appalachian Cabins | West Virginia | Honeymoon | Family Cabins | Seneca Rocks |
Roadside cabins three miles north of seneca Rocks. Photos, directions, reservation form and area information. Family and honeymoon cabins with rustic touches and modern conveniences.
We invite you to visit us at Appalachian Cabins. We'll treat you like family and promise you will not be disappointed with our facilities or the majesty of our surrounding Wild, Wonderful West Virginia scenery.
Behind our cabins you have access to the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River, an area that offers some of the best fishing and canoeing found anywhere. The nearby woodlands are abundant with small game, deer and bear.
Appalachian Cabins combine the rustic charm of yesteryear with the comfort of modern day conveniences. The cabins were constructed in the same manner as the early settlers of this area used to build their homes more than a century ago. All the timber, which came from Spruce Mountain, was milled in nearby Hardy County, and then hand hewn and assembled on-site. The carved porch posts and gingerbread trim were rescued from a century-old Hardy County mansion that was falling into ruin. Many of the floors in the cabins came from an old log house in Hardy County. The artistry of the native stone chimneys is impressive. All the materials in our cabins utilize local natural hardwoods.

94. Seneca Falls
A short history from the Smithsonian Institute of events surrounding the seneca Falls Convention. This convention marks a major step toward women s equality.
The seed for the first Woman's Rights Convention was planted in 1840, when Elizabeth Cady Stanton met Lucretia Mott at the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London, the conference that refused to seat Mott and other women delegates from America because of their sex. Stanton, the young bride of an antislavery agent, and Mott, a Quaker preacher and veteran of reform, talked then of calling a convention to address the condition of women. Eight years later, it came about as a spontaneous event. In July 1848, Mott was visiting her sister, Martha C. Wright, in Waterloo, New York. Stanton, now the restless mother of three small sons, was living in nearby Seneca Falls. A social visit brought together Mott, Stanton, Wright, Mary Ann McClintock, and Jane Hunt. All except Stanton were Quakers, a sect that afforded women some measure of equality, and all five were well acquainted with antislavery and temperance meetings. Fresh in their minds was the April passage of the long-deliberated New York Married Woman's Property Rights Act, a significant but far from comprehensive piece of legislation. The time had come, Stanton argued, for women's wrongs to be laid before the public, and women themselves must shoulder the responsibility. Before the afternoon was out, the women decided on a call for a convention "to discuss the social, civil, and religious condition and rights of woman." To Stanton fell the task of drawing up the Declaration of Sentiments that would define the meeting. Taking the Declaration of Independence as her guide, Stanton submitted that "all men and women had been created equal" and went on to list eighteen "injuries and usurpations" -the same number of charges leveled against the King of England-"on the part of man toward woman."

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96. Seneca High School
Parent resources, upcoming events, sports scores, class information, alumni e-mail, and other information for current or former SHS students.

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