Read Plays by Vaudevillian performer, Go-Won-Go Mohawk (Seneca Nation, 1859-1921).
In her research literary scholar Christine Bold uncovered forgotten plays by Vaudevillian performer, Go-Won-Go Mohawk (Seneca Nation, 1859-1921). Uncertain what to do with these plays, she contacted members of Seneca Nation, who advised her to make them available to the general public, so that interested researchers (and especially Indigenous/Seneca researchers) could easily consult them.
An Indian Romance, A Forest Tragedy, a Drama in One Act by Go-Won-Go Mohawk. For an extended discussion of the playlet, see Christine Bold's "Vaudeville Indians": On Global Circuits 1880s to 1930s, pages 103-105.