If you can read only one book on the Iroquois, read this one: “Iroquoia.” Published in 2003 by Syracuse University Press, this book is both readable and full of facts. Moreover, it is enjoyable and is actually hard to put down. In many books the authors just make statements and the readers are left to wonder where the information came from. Not so here. Author William “Bill” Engelbrecht cites his sources and provides 30 pages of references. Plus, he furnishes a 17 page index which is truly comprehensive for a 232 page book. Most of the books I read force me to enhance their stingy indexes -- not this one. This is one beautiful book!