The Peacemaker said Tadodaho is the eagle. Then the tribes started making music, the men and women of the Mohawk nation began clapping and stomping their feet,
Clapping from the Cayuga, a chant from the Oneida and Onondaga tribe and drums from the Seneca tribe. The rhythm sounded in-tune and on time as it grew louder and louder. “This is a great moment to remember,” said The Peacemaker “A very great one,” replied Hiawatha.