The Honniasont (Black Minqua, Honniasontkeronon, Oniassontke) were a little-known indigenous people of North America originally from eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. They appear to have inhabited the upper Ohio River valley, above Louisville, Kentucky.


Honniasont was an Iroquoian language.


* [http://www.dickshovel.com/erie.html Erie History]
* [http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/indiantribehistory2.htm Indian Tribe History: Honniasontkeronon]

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