Hayenwatha remembered as Hiawatha, he was a great orator and ally to Deganawidah, the man from the North, celebrated even today as the Peacemaker, due to his successful campaign to create a peaceful and prosperous society, where previously there had been only long years of violence and inter tribal warfare. Deganawidahs allies included Jigonhsasee, remembered as the Mother of Nations. Together they created a peaceful democracy among five tribes of Native peoples, a true democracy that lasted hundreds of years and still exists today known as the League of Nations. From this was crafted the American constitution and was used as the model for the United Nations.. His work continues today as a new confederacy which honours the authenticity and the autonomy of each individual member, be it a nation, state, tribe or culture. The Iroquois Confederacy of Deganawidah and Hiawatha is thus a microcosm of a planetary society, with the great Tree of Peace that they planted as the grounding, the rooted basis for all nations to coexist in friendship and harmony and for all parts of ourselves to come together for new ways of being. Deep symbolism was placed that would remind us and keep alive the Great Tree of Peace and its truths its wisdom its heart. Above the Great tree of Peace, Deganawidah envisioned an eagle whose far-seeing eyes would be alert to the slightest sign of danger to the great trees roots and thus peace. The Great Tree whose four white roots of truth would spread throughout the world in the four cardinal directions, carrying news of the peace. These roots could be traced back to this source tree by any nation or people yearning for peace, consolation, and kinship. Deganawidahs world centred itself on the well-being of all people. The sorrow of one became the sorrow of all, and the kinship and succour of all beings was regarded as the potential the Great Spirit had implanted in the human heart.