New Seneca-Iroquois cultural center documents a mostly oral history
Celebrations are set for Saturday’s grand opening of the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum’s new cultural center in Salamanca. The $18 million facility will showcase rarely seen artifacts of Seneca history and the living traditions of the Seneca people Wednesday. It also opens the way to the repatriation of Iroquois or Haudenosaunee artifacts in collections around the world.
This story was produced by Scott Sackett and Paul Lamont with assistance from Caleb Abrams.