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Limited Edition Print of 200.


13x19 Giclee Print with 8.5x11 Authenticity Card.


Gayaneñhsä•ʔgo•nah is a visual account of the Haudenosaunee influence on the formation of the United States and the Women’s Suffrage Movement, told through three main themes. The upper section features Cannasatego, the Seal of the United States of America, and Benjamin Franklin. The central depiction transitions from an old-style longhouse to a modern one, with the Peace Maker, Tadodaho, Jagonsaseh, and Hiawatha embodying the Great Law. Several significant Wampum Belts symbolize the founders of peace: Dust Fan/Evergrowing Tree, Hiawatha, Tadodaho, and Women’s Nomination. Below them, the Twins, representing day and night, engage in lacrosse. The struggle for Women’s suffrage is depicted in the lower section, where Haudenosaunee women educate American women on the freedom and status they possess. Figures like Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Staton, and Matilda Gage are featured alongside a scene from the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848. Traditional patterns adorn the border, along with symbols from the Condolence Cane’s roll call.

Gayaneñhsä•ʔgo•nah Limited Edition Print of 200

SKU: SQ3950520
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