This collection consists of business cards, correspondence, documents, financial records, photographs, printed matter, and
photographs related to the North American Indian Concert Band, Onondago Tribe from Syracuse, New York.
Carl (Karl) Wahler was a German-American who emigrated from Augsburg, Germany to the United States in 1882. When he was 50,
he returned to Germany to tour with the Onondaga people. David Russell Hill was a Native American man who was reportedly Chief
of the Onondaga Indians. The Onondaga people are part of the Iroquois, "People of the Longhouse." During the 1910s, they lived
on a reservation near Syracuse, New York, where the people reside today.
Approximately 202 items in 2 boxes
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