MACEDON — Currently on display in the Bullis Room at the Macedon Public Library is a reproduction of the Canandaigua Treaty Wampum Belt of 1794.
The original wampum belt was commissioned to symbolize the treaty between the United States and the Iroquois Confederacy. This treaty is still commemorated today.
Treaty Day is on Nov. 11 and officials from both governments will be on hand in Canandaigua for the commemoration. The belt will be on display at the library until Nov. 15. Stop by the library at 30 Main St. during normal hours to see the Treaty Belt.