Politics in the Iroquois League mostly influenced today’s political system. Various nations(tribal) leaders (about 50) that met once a year to settle disputes,create customs, and create laws. This type of government was created by the Cayuga, Oneida, Mohawk, Onondaga, and Seneca nations. In this system, women had the most power. They could overrule any council decision and could remove any council member whenever they wanted to.
The haudenosaunee or people of the longhouse known as the Six nations or the Iroquois, they are members of the confederacy of Aboriginal nations known as the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. When the tuscarora joined the confederacy early in the 18th century, it mostly known as the Six nations. The Haudenosaunee speak Iroquoian languages, The Iroquoian language group comprises over ten languages (comprises means they made it up.) including Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Tuscarora and Seneca.
The Iroquois Constitution is a political document which the mystic and prophet Dekanawidah, someone who travelled from village to village to urge their residents to stop fighting and join together, establishes the Iroquois Confederacy. The document was originally, not a document at all. The Iroquois were bound together by the Great Binding Law (or Great Law of Peace), which was an oral recitation passed down from generation to generation. The memories of these speeches were recorded in wampum shells, which allowed the Iroquois Constitution to be written down in the nineteenth century. Through the translation that is provided by Arthur C. Parker, it can be inferred that the Iroquois had very close-knit ties with the flora and fauna that surrounded
East and West Africa from 1000 to 1500 CE had profound differences in forms of government, with West Africa being kingdom based, and East Africa city-state based. The conversion of Eastern and Western African ruling elites compacted trading between themselves and Islamic traders from Mesopotamia, China, India, and as far away as Oceania. The relatively stable political environment from 1000-1500 CE in Sub-Saharan Africa attracted displaced peoples from the Abbasid empire in Northern Africa, with West Africa utilizing Trans-Saharan trade, and East Africa utilizing mariner trade routes. The East and West developed in clearly different ways, but paralleled each other in a way in which the political, social, and economic environments facilitated stable trade in the region, as well as a distinct blend between Islamic culture and African tradition.
Iroquois Confederacy was an association of five tribes named Mohawk, Oneida, Onandaga, Cayuga, Seneca. The conference was characterized by a peaceful pact between the tribes. In 1700, the Tuscarora tribe joined to the confederacy making the Six Nations Iroquois. Each tribe was compound by two moieties, and each moiety was compound by one or more exogamous clans. The Iroquois Confederacy had a huge importance in America History because they were the immense native American political group that fought with French and England settlement of the America.
Mississippi was made strategically important by its proximity to the Mississippi River. The Mississippi River was important to both the Union and the Confederacy. It was valued by the Union because complete control of it would grant the Union a valuable shipping route, making it much easier to supply their troops (especially as much of the agricultural production for the Union was in the Mississippi watershed). It was important for the Confederacy to keep at least partial control of the river, because losing it completely to the Union troops would result in the Confederacy splitting in two. By 1863, the Union had control of the entire Mississippi River, with the exception of the riverside fort of Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Between the samurai and knights. I think that the similarities are greater than their differences because the similarities are bigger than the differences and there are more differences. The time period of the samurai and the knights was from 1000 to 1600 CE. The warriors of Japan were called Samurai. The warriors of Europe were called Knights.
The United States Constitution and the Iroquois Constitution both have many similarities and differences. However, the Iroquois Constitution came a couple centuries before the United States Constitution, so some of the ideas that were in the Iroquois Constitution are now included in the United States Constitution. But this does not mean these constitutions are the same, and this paper is going to help explain some of the ways they differ and share ideas. The first of the similarities is how the Iroquois have what they call the " Tree of Great Peace." This compares to what we have with the three branches of government.
Contention- Ancient Japan and europe had a very similar political system Japan and Europe may not have had any “direct contact with one another” during the medieval and early periods. Yet they developed very similar systems. Systems such as their ruling structure and social groups. They also differed from each other when it came to their religious beliefs and their war structures. Both Japan and Europe were politically similar.
The Iroquois Confederacy was a group of five Native American groups, (Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, Cayuga, and the Senecas, and later the Tuscarora) that congealed together to form a political confederacy. Before the arrival of the Europeans in the late 15th century, the Native American groups fought against one another frequently. They were caught in a perpetual and never-ending cycle of wars of retribution. This confederacy was created to maintain peace between all five nations and to be aligned against foreign invasions. Becoming one of the most powerful Native American groups in the northeast, the confederacy relied on a council of sachems instead of a chiefdom system.
During World War 1, there were multiple alliances. Alliances showed your trust with other countries. There was The Triple Alliance that included Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. There was The Triple Entente that included France, Russia, and Great Britain. These were the two most powerful and strong alliances in the Great War.