History Revisited

From The Desk of George Washington

An Order of Genocide

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From behind the hilltops, the Seneca nation watched the smoke from their burning villages rise into the clouds and consume their ancestral homes. The once-powerful and prosperous indigenous tribes of Central New York State were homeless. They would have to survive the winter solely on the food found in the rich…

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