November means snow and Thanksgiving to many IC students, but for the anthropology department, it's Native American Celebration Month at Ithaca College. For years the department has used the month as an opportunity to embrace and celebrate the rich culture of the Haudenosaunee, also known as the Iroquois Confederacy.
The third annual Tutelo Homecoming Festival recently welcomed back the Cayuga, Tutelo, and Kindred Indian Nations, and the Saponi tribes to Ithaca. Held in Tutelo Park in the Town of Ithaca, the festival was full of people mingling among stalls offering crafts for sale from many different Native American nations.
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Earlier in September, a Native American festival to honor and welcome the Tutelo, Cayuga, and other native tribes back to the Ithaca area was held. Tutelo Homecoming Festival: Welcoming Cayuga, Tutelo, Saponi & Kindred Indian Nations, featured the Haudenosaunee Singers and Dancers, Native flute music, and storytelling. The event, held at Tutelo Park in Ithaca,...
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