Seneca Language & Culture
As presented by Bill Crouse
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“Nya:wëh Sgë:nö’! We are please to announce that we have partnered with Bill Crouse to share Seneca Language & Culture within our District.
Bill Crouse is a member of the Hawk Clan of the Seneca Nation of Indians. He resides on the Allegany Indian Reservation. He is a Seneca speaker, singer, dancer, storyteller and visual artist. His life’s work has been the preservation of the Seneca Culture. He is one of the Leaders of the Coldspring Longhouse as a Faithkeeper. Bill had previously taught Seneca Language & Cutlure at Salamanca Middle School and has performed and presented all over the country and international.
At Salamanca City Central School District, we offer Seneca Language & Culture to our students, Pre-K through 12th grade, Indigenous Studies (9th & 10th grades) and Seneca History (11th & 12th grades). We are located on the Allegany Territory, Ohi:yo’, of the Seneca Nation and we are fortunate to have so many amazing resources all around us, like Bill.