Hiawatha got into the Peacemaker’s canoe, stunned by its ability to float. With every single stride of the paddle, Hiawatha became more of a believer in the message of peace. When they arrived at the Mohawk tribe, the Chief and the Elders came to greet them. In a few minutes, most of the tribe was in a circle around Hiawatha and the Peacemaker. The Peacemaker gently put his hand onto Hiawatha’s back. He felt the Peacemaker’s power surge through him. Then he spoke, “Peace and righteousness shall be the new way. We must come together as one body, one mind, and one heart. The people in the circle nodded in agreement, but the Chief said, “Chief Athatotarho is too strong. Even if we do come together, he will crush our tribes with his great army. Our tribes will never even get along anyway.” The Peacemaker said to him, “When I come back, I will be with the other tribes and you will see that my message of peace is true.” Then they left the Mohawk tribe and went to the Seneca tribe. It was noon when they arrived. When they stepped onto the land of the Seneca, all of the warriors came out of their huts and yelled “INTRUDER!” The warriors surrounded them while the Chief came out of his hut. Hiawatha looked at the Peacemaker and he showed some signs of fear. Then the Chief yelled a word that none of them understood and the warriors stabbed their spears into the ground. “Why have you come to our land?” asked the Seneca Chief. The Peacemaker answered with “If we come together, we will be stronger. We will defeat Chief Athatotarho, and all of the damage that he has done will all disappear. Hiawatha, tell of your pain, tell of your loss, tell us all what Chief Athatotarho has done to you.” Hiawatha then told the Seneca Chief what Chief Athatotarho has done to him. The Chief agreed to help him so Hiawatha and the Peacemaker went into their canoe and the Seneca Chief went into another canoe. Together they traveled as one nation.