The Iroquois and Diplomacy on the Early American Frontie [Audiobook] by Timothy J. Shannon
English | November 18, 2008 | ASIN: B001LNK9LK, ISBN: 1436123771 | MP3 VBR V4 | 9 hrs 18 mins | 315 MB
Occupying territory between Canada and New York, the Six Nations of the Iroquois League held a strategic position near French, Dutch, and English interests. Although they were formidable adversaries, the Iroquois learned they could strengthen themselves more effectively by forging alliances than by waging war. Skillfully remaining neutral during North America's Anglo-French wars, they maintained an unrivaled influence in colonial America--at a time when other Indian nations were being destroyed or dispersed.