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Best Caleb Cotter podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
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Updated April 2020
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This week Director Garrett Wendt joins the show to discuss his upcoming documentary. We talk about what inspired him to undertake this massive project. We touch on the Haudenosaunee influence on the Women's Rights movement, as well as learn about abolitionists Charle Finney and Fredrick Douglas. You don't want to miss this film! For more informatio…
 
Tecumseh is in the fight for his life at the Battle of the Thames. Meanwhile, bloody conflicts continue on both sides of the Niagara River. Can the Confederacy survive another Civil War? Sources: The Iroquois in the War of 1812 by C. Benn The War of 1812: A Forgotten Conflict by Donald Hickey The Wampum Chronicles- by Darren Bonaparte Transcription…
 
In this episode we give the background on how the native peoples of the American Continent dealt with the Euro-Americans during the first decade of the 19th Century. New leaders will rise. John Norton, a Scottish-Cherokee who became a Mohawk and Tecumseh a Shawnee leader who had a vision to unite all tribes together to save their people from extinc…
 
During a Delaware invasion into Cayuga territory, the area peoples rally to defeat a foe bent on revenge. The battle will culminate at the edge of the highest waterfall on this side of the continent. Sources: Retold, based on the account by Rev. D. H. Hamilton The falls of Taughannock : containing a complete description of this the highest fall in …
 
In 1799 a Seneca man lay on his death bed. But remarkably he recovered very quickly. Then he began sharing with others that he thought that the Great Spirit had visited him. For the rest of his life Handsome Lake would begin a religious revival amongst his people. Sources: The Code of Handsome Lake arranged by Ely Parker and republished by Arthur C…
 
After the Treaty of Big Tree Red Jacket takes a very anti-Christian and anti-American world view. His later life is marked by triumphs in defending his nation and personal tragedy. In his final years his views on Christianity begin to change. Listen for the conclusion of this two part series and see how he saved the Seneca homeland from complete li…
 
Otetiani, also called Sagoyewatha was born into the Wolf Clan in the Seneca Nation around 1750. His remarkable 80 years was filled with on goal. To always advocate on behalf of his people. This is part one in a two part series. Sources: An Account of Sa-go-ye-wat-ha, Or Red Jacket, and His People, 1750-1830 By John Niles Hubbard THE CANADIAN ENCYCL…
 
Following the American Revolution dozens of Indigenous Nations are left to fend for themselves as British support evaporated. But from 1791 to 1792 the Ohio peoples would win battle after battle and not just win in those conflicts but wipeout entire American Armies. Sources: The Presidentail Papers of President George Washington The Papers of Sec. …
 
Simon Girty was a man larger than life. To Americans he was a vile traitor who killed the innocent with his savage friends. To the British he was a rough drunk but a useful tool. To the Iroquois and other Ohio Nations he was a prodigal son who was raised as a Brave and then returned to fight for his adopted people's freedom. NOTES ON THE STATE OF V…
 
How would you fare in your faith when you are faced with certain death? In 1782 a community of Lenape (Delaware) Christians were victims to one of the most heinous acts in American History. Sources: Diary of David Zeisberger by David Zeisberger GUYASUTA AND THE FALL OF INDIAN AMERICA BY BRADY J. CRYTZER SIMON GIRTY - WILDERNESS WARRIOR BY EDWARD BU…
 
After numerous requests we are back with two more Haudenosaunee animal tales. In the first Turtle leads a war party of misfit animals against Huk-sah, the Jungie. In the second Brown Owl and Weasel are featured in a dark story of revenge kindercide. Sources: Reworked and based on traditional Seneca Nation stories. SKUNNY WUNDY: SENECA INDIAN TALES …
 
Joseph Brant, Colonel Louis Cook, Walter Butler and Simon Girty deal with the horrors of war and the devastation of the Great Lakes region. Sources: Forgotten Allies: The Oneida Indians and the American Revolution by Joseph T. Glatthaar and James Kirby Martin Joseph Brant, 1743-1807, Man of Two Worlds By Isabel Thompson Kelsay SIMON GIRTY - WILDERN…
 
General Washington gave command to John Sullivan in 1779 to outfit and lead an expedition into the Seneca-Cayuga homeland. It will be a scorched earth campaign that will leave almost the entire population of both the Seneca and Cayuga Nations homeless. Destitute of any food or clothing thousands will head to Fort Niagara for shelter. Sources: Forgo…
 
Spies are everywhere in 1778 on both sides of the conflict. Joseph Brant leads Iroquois forces against Patriot settlements throughout Upstate New York. Conversely American and Oneida soldiers launch counter attacks against Brant's supporting towns in Iroquoia. Sources: Forgotten Allies: The Oneida Indians and the American Revolution by Joseph T. Gl…
 
Forty-one members of the Oneida Nation traveled to Valley Forge, PA in the Spring of 1778. General George Washington greeted each individual in person and warmly. The warriors went on to assist the Marquis de Lafayette at the Battle of Barren Hill and Polly Cooper an Oneida woman brings her experience as a cook and healer to the needy Continental A…
 
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