The Cayuga tribe loved to look good. But this sweat shirt also kept them warm. (Clothing)
Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl), California, Northwest Coast, and SouthwestUSA; New York; New York County; New York City, Manhattan; Museum of the American Indian/Heye Foundation, 155th Street and Broadw
Most Cayuga people speak English today, but some Cayugas, especially in Canada, also speak their native Cayuga language. Cayuga is a complex language with many sounds that are unlike the sounds in English.
Cayuga Indians lived in villages of longhouses, which are large wood-frame buildings covered with sheets of e
lm bark. Cayuga long houses were up to a hundred feet long, and each one was home to an entire clan (up to 60 people.)
Bought in an unknown source in 1921. Originally made 1860-1870, in North or South Dakota. (Music/Dance)
They wanted to be festive. Also they wanted to be warm. (Clothing)
This is an image of a bird standing on a tree branch that fell in the lake which is in the Cayuga lake.
This is an image of an area along the Cayuga lake state park.