The Cornplanter Medal is an award for scholastic and other contributions to the betterment of knowledge of the Iroquois people. It was initiated by University of Chicago anthropologist Frederick Starr and was first awarded in 1904. It was named for the Iroquois chief Cornplanter and was endowed through sales of works by the artist Jesse Cornplanter. It is awarded to people who fall into one or more of the following classes:

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  • The Cornplanter Medal is an award for scholastic and other contributions to the betterment of knowledge of the Iroquois people. It was initiated by University of Chicago anthropologist Frederick Starr and was first awarded in 1904. It was named for the Iroquois chief Cornplanter and was endowed through sales of works by the artist Jesse Cornplanter. It is awarded to people who fall into one or more of the following classes: * Ethnologists, making worthy field-studies or other investigations among the Iroquois. * Historians, making actual contributions to our knowledge of the Iroquois. * Artists, worthily representing Iroquois life or types by brush or chisel. * Philanthropists, whose efforts are based upon adequate scientific study and appreciation of Iroquois conditions and needs. (en)
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  • The Cornplanter Medal is an award for scholastic and other contributions to the betterment of knowledge of the Iroquois people. It was initiated by University of Chicago anthropologist Frederick Starr and was first awarded in 1904. It was named for the Iroquois chief Cornplanter and was endowed through sales of works by the artist Jesse Cornplanter. It is awarded to people who fall into one or more of the following classes: (en)
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  • Cornplanter Medal (en)
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