The Iroquois Confederacy, established in the 1400s, united warring nations and established peace in fertile glaciated valleys and mountains of upstate New York. Learn about the history and legacy of this remarkable culture. Journey to Ganondagan State Historic Site where Iroquois educators present their culture - past, present and reaching forward to the seventh generation. Gain a new perspective about Iroquois influences on American representational governance and environmental stewardship. Visit sites in Seneca Falls linked to the influence of Iroquois clan mothers on the woman's suffrage movement. Experience stories, music, dance and craft of the Haudenosaunee – the People of the Long House. ($549 double occupancy / +$100 single occupancy / $449 no accommodations) Road Scholar course # 13364.