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The Wenrohronon or Wenro were a little-known Iroquoian language-speaking indigenous people of North America, originally residing in present-day western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. They appear to have inhabited the upper Allegheny River valley, between the territories of the Seneca and the Neutrals.
Along with the Neutral and Erie Nations, they were ultimately destroyed by the Iroquois nations during the Beaver Wars, and were assimilated into the victorious nations. Many were absorbed into the Seneca, who inhabit the territory today. Remaining survivors were exiled into Huron territory.
Wenrohronon was an Iroquoian language and may have been related to Susquehannock, Wyandot, Erie and Scahentoarrhonon.
See also 
- ^ "Vol 5". Handbook of North American Indians. 2012-12-12.<references/>
- ^ "Wenrohronon". Accessgenealogy.com. 2012-12-12.<references/>
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