Eine Frau ohne Handphone:
Ah-Weh-Eyu (Pretty Flower), Seneca, 1908
“Trees: We give greetings and acknowledge the trees of the world. They provide us with shelter, shade and fruit. The Maple is the leader of the trees and is a sign of the rebirth of spring. Long ago, our people were given a way of peace, of strength and this is symbolized by the tree of peace. Now our minds are one.”
Ganö:nyög (Thanks Giving Address)
Robert Freeman (Hunkpapa Sioux), “Lady in Waiting”. „This painting was a reactionary one. Instead of painting typical ‚Indian maidens‘, I do ‚Indian Babes’. They smoke and hang out and spit on you … they’re real!“
Heutzutage verkaufen die übriggebliebenen Senecas in ihren Reservaten zollfreies Benzin und Zigaretten. Auch sind sie stark im Casino-Business engagiert.