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Kiotsaeton's Three Rivers Address: An Example of "Effective" Iroquois Oratory

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Harry W. Robie
American Indian Quarterly, vol. 6, no. 3/4, Autumn-Winter, 1982, pp. 238-253
Describes the public address by Iroquoian leader Kiotsaeton to a council of French, Iroquois, and Huron people at Three Rivers, Quebec on July 12, 1645. Examines each groups goals and how Kiotsaeton used his oratory skills to speak to all the groups involved.
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