Our Life Among the Iroquois Indians, originally published in 1892, is reissued by the University of Nebraska Press with some minor changes. This edition contains a new introduction by Joy Bilharz and a Foreword by Jack Ericson. Harriett Caswell was a 19th century missionary to the Seneca and Cayuga of New York state. She writes about her recollections and those of the resident missionaries Asher and Laura Wright. In addition she comments on reservation life from a mission perspective.
The Allegany Senecas and Kinzua Dam: Forced Relocation through Two Generations is a study undertaken with the people of the Seneca Nation at Allegany about the impact of the Kinzua Dam. Planned flooding of Seneca lands occurred in the late 1960s with the completion of the dam and Seneca families were forced to move their homes and longhouse. The longitudinal study examines the psychological, social, economic, and cultural effects of the relocation on the Seneca families.