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Iroquois Legends of The Eclipse & Public Viewing Location | Tonawanda Indian Community House


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Join the Tonawanda Reservation Historical Society at the Tonawanda Indian Community House building for a fun day commemorating the Eclipse!

This free event will include "Iroquois Legends of The Eclipse" historical presentations throughout the day, public tours and viewing of the exhibits and artifacts within the Community House.

  • Hot dogs, macaroni salad and soft drinks will be available for purchase!
  • This is a Free Public Viewing Location - Please bring your chairs and dress for the day!

Be sure to explore the many businesses located on the Reservation. You'll find dining, gift shops, gas stations, dispensaries and more! 

The Tonawanda Reservation Historical Society was established to preserve and disseminate the history of the Tonawanda Seneca Indian Reservation for our people, for the generations yet unborn, and for the education of non-Indians about our culture.

  • The Seneca people are one of the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy, known as the Haudenosaunee or People of the Longhouse, who have occupied Western New York for centuries. The majority of their settlements were located along the Genesee River Valley. Senecas have lived along the Tonawanda Creek since the early 1700s. The Reservation is located east of Akron, New York, where Erie, Genesee, and Niagara counties meet. Read more.

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