In the video above created by study.com, many key points about the founding and history of the Mohawk tribe are stated. This video even helps understand how European settlers saw and treated Native Americans in general.
This map shows where the Saint Regis Mohawk tribe is located. It also shows the surrounding area so you can better understand the geography they live in.
This picture shows the Grand River plaque. The text is in English, Kanien'keha, and French.
Not the typical kind of clothing you'd find today, but it is deemed to be very helpful. A burden strap was used to help carry baskets and made a "job" easier. This also helps us see their daily lives consisted of collecting.
Looking at the sketch above, Mohawk people lived in these thatch roofed homes. Many families could fit in one longhouse making them very effective.
Due to the location of the Mohawk tribe, it would be a good place to plant and grow crops. The women planted crops such as corn, beans, and squash and harvested wild berries and herbs. On the other hand, men hunted deer and elk and fished in rivers and lakes.
This video shows the Mohawk smoke dancers in Gathering of Nations 2011. Dancing is a big part of American Indian culture and is used for all sorts of occasions. Today, dance is used more for competition.
This is a Mohawk water song explaining how the water is precious and we need to show it love.
Above is a water drum used in a ceremony about spiritual history and how the world became is recited. Thanks is also given to the Creator through dance and speech.
The item above shows a flyer for a local pow wow hosted by the Kahnawá:ke (Mohawk). This item shows that the culture and ceremonies are still going strong. They even invite the public to come and embrace their culture.