General Information

Employment History

Vice President for Academic Affairs  - Eisenhower College Alumni Association Inc

Education

MA  - International Relations , Columbia University

Affiliations

Professor Emeritus  - Rochester Institute of Technology

Web References  

Cayuga Chronicles by Warren L. Hickman

by Warren L. Hickman
By Warren Hickman to ;Warren L. Hickman served for thirteen years as Vice President for Academic Affairs at Eisenhower College in Seneca Falls, New York. His field of research and teaching is International Relations, and Diplomatic and Military History. He retired as Professor Emeritus from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr. Hickman received his AB in International Relations from Colgate University; his MA in International Relations from Columbia University; and majoring in International Relations received the degree Docteur es Sciences Politiques from l'lnstitut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales of the Universite de Geneve, Switzerland. During World War II he served at Supreme Headquarters (SHAEF). He resides in Trumansburg in Tompkins County and owns no property within the area contested by the Cayugas or elsewhere in Seneca County. His interest in the current litigation, in which a remnant of the Cayugas who splintered from the Cayuga Nation have brought suit for land, was roused when it became apparent that the litigation centered around contracts misstitled "Treaties", which are international instruments.

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by Warren L. Hickman By Warren Hickman to Warren L. Hickman served for thirteen years as Vice President for Academic Affairs at Eisenhower College in Seneca Falls, New York.His field of research and teaching is International Relations, and Diplomatic and Military History.He retired as Professor Emeritus from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr. Hickman received his AB in International Relations from Colgate University; his MA in International Relations from Columbia University; and majoring in International Relations received the degree Docteur es Sciences Politiques from l'lnstitut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales of the Universite de Geneve, Switzerland.During World War II he served at Supreme Headquarters (SHAEF).He resides in Trumansburg in Tompkins County and owns no property within the area contested by the Cayugas or elsewhere in Seneca County.His interest in the current litigation, in which a remnant of the Cayugas who splintered from the Cayuga Nation have brought suit for land, was roused when it became apparent that the litigation centered around contracts misstitled "Treaties", which are international instruments.

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History and origins of the Five Nations of the Iroquois

Dr. Warren Hickman, Prof Emeritus, wrote "A Cayuga Chronicle" regarding the Cayuga Indian land claim and its history.

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