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  • "Sir John's Heirs"
    NewspaperPublication       "Recently I reported an interview with Sir John Johnson, Sixth Baronet of New York, whose famed ancestor Sir William Johnson led the forces which routed the French from Fort Niagara and ended the French regime in this part of Canada. Sir John told me that Sir William had 101 children ...
    NewspaperPublication     "Recently I reported an interview with Sir John Johnson, Sixth Baronet of New York, whose famed ancestor Sir William Johnson led the forces which routed the French from Fort Niagara ...
  • "Indian Village Site"
    NewspaperPublication       "Use your imagination as the planners have and you'll see an Iroquois Indian village on this land in the foreground across from Chiefswood, home of Indian poet Pauline Johnson."
    NewspaperPublication     "Use your imagination as the planners have and you'll see an Iroquois Indian village on this land in the foreground across from Chiefswood, home of Indian poet Pauline Johnson."
  • "Minister Flies In"
    NewspaperPublication       "Minister of Immigration and Citizenship Nicholson flew into Brantford Saturday from Ottawa by turbo-jet. He will address a gathering at Chiefswood this afternoon marking the first Pauline Johnson Indian Day."
    NewspaperPublication     "Minister of Immigration and Citizenship Nicholson flew into Brantford Saturday from Ottawa by turbo-jet. He will address a gathering at Chiefswood this afternoon marking the first Pauline Johnson Indian Day."
  • "Open New Bridge"
    Newspaper       "The $64,000 MacKenzie Creek Bridge was officially opened by members of the Six Nations Council Thursday."
    Newspaper     "The $64,000 MacKenzie Creek Bridge was officially opened by members of the Six Nations Council Thursday."
  • "Window Pageant"
    Newspaper       "The last three of eight windows depicting the Six Nations Indians' history and their settlement in Canada will be unveiled at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks on Sunday, May 27."
    Newspaper     "The last three of eight windows depicting the Six Nations Indians' history and their settlement in Canada will be unveiled at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks on Sunday, May ...
  • "500 See Window Dedication"
    Newspaper       "A stained glass window bearing the cipher of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was one of three unveiled and dedicated Sunday at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks."
    Newspaper     "A stained glass window bearing the cipher of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was one of three unveiled and dedicated Sunday at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks."
  • "All Eight Windows"
    Newspaper       "All eight windows depicting Six Nations history are now in place in H. M. Chapel of the Mohawks.
    Newspaper     "All eight windows depicting Six Nations history are now in place in H. M. Chapel of the Mohawks.
  • "Case of Indian Baby May Force Act Change"
    Newspaper       "A Six Nations mother's illegitimate year-old baby boy may unknowingly help to amend the Indian Act."
    Newspaper     "A Six Nations mother's illegitimate year-old baby boy may unknowingly help to amend the Indian Act."
  • "Honor Memory of Pauline Johnson"
    Newspaper       "Indians from the Six Nations Reserve, in colorful headdress, are seen attending a meeting of the York Pioneer and Historical Society in Toronto."
    Newspaper     "Indians from the Six Nations Reserve, in colorful headdress, are seen attending a meeting of the York Pioneer and Historical Society in Toronto."
  • "In Buckskins and Feathers"
    Newspapermystery       "Chief Deskaheh of the Six Nations Indian Reserve at Brantford, Ont., receives an honorary citizenship from acting Mayor Dave Mulligan."
    Newspapermystery     "Chief Deskaheh of the Six Nations Indian Reserve at Brantford, Ont., receives an honorary citizenship from acting Mayor Dave Mulligan."
  • "Indian Beauty Queen"
    Newspapermystery       "Dianne Smith, 22, arrived in Vancouver Wednesday with a group of Six Nations Indians from Ontario here to honor memory of poetess Pauline Johnson."
    Newspapermystery     "Dianne Smith, 22, arrived in Vancouver Wednesday with a group of Six Nations Indians from Ontario here to honor memory of poetess Pauline Johnson."
  • "Indian Union to Hold Queen's Park March"
    NewspaperPublication       "About 100 Indians are expected to join a march on Queen's Park today to demand a new Indian Development agency that would be entirely outside the provincial government."
    NewspaperPublication     "About 100 Indians are expected to join a march on Queen's Park today to demand a new Indian Development agency that would be entirely outside the provincial government."
  • "Indians Block Hydro Project in New York"
    NewspaperPublication       "The Tuscarora Indian Nation protested to President Eisenhower that the authority was trying to take Indian land in violation of ancient treaties."
    NewspaperPublication     "The Tuscarora Indian Nation protested to President Eisenhower that the authority was trying to take Indian land in violation of ancient treaties."
  • "Iroquois Mask Good Medicine - It's Staying"
    NewspaperPublication       "That 15-foot-high Iroquois medicine mask may not be a thing of beauty. But its 'good medicine' for the Brant Historical Society."
    NewspaperPublication     "That 15-foot-high Iroquois medicine mask may not be a thing of beauty. But its 'good medicine' for the Brant Historical Society."
  • "June 14 Date to Officially Open Library"
    NewspaperPublication       "The official opening of Six Nations Public Library has been set for June 14, with the originator of the idea of a library on the reserve scheduled to cut the ribbon."
    NewspaperPublication     "The official opening of Six Nations Public Library has been set for June 14, with the originator of the idea of a library on the reserve scheduled to cut the ...
  • "Memory Still Lives"
    NewspaperPublication       "She was the first Canadian woman, the first Canadian Indian and the first Canadian writer to be honored by a commemorative stamp."
    NewspaperPublication     "She was the first Canadian woman, the first Canadian Indian and the first Canadian writer to be honored by a commemorative stamp."
  • "Mohawk Institute Plans"
    NewspaperPublication       "The changes taking place at the Mohawk Institute were explained by Rev. Canon W. J. Zimmerman to 100 members of the Women's Auxillaries of the Anglican Church attending the fall meeting of the Brant Deanery at St. John's Anglican Church parish hall."
    NewspaperPublication     "The changes taking place at the Mohawk Institute were explained by Rev. Canon W. J. Zimmerman to 100 members of the Women's Auxillaries of the Anglican Church attending the fall ...
  • "Monture Nominated to Head Tin Council"
    NewspaperPublication       "Dr. Gilbert C. Monture, a native of the Six Nations Reserve who has gained world recognition as a mining engineer and tin expert, was nominated for a top international post in London, England, today."
    NewspaperPublication     "Dr. Gilbert C. Monture, a native of the Six Nations Reserve who has gained world recognition as a mining engineer and tin expert, was nominated for a top international post ...
  • "No Comment at Ottawa on Indian 'Land Offer'"
    NewspaperPublication       "The Six Nations confederacy of chiefs claims a hereditary right to govern the Six Nations reservation near Brantford. On Monday the rebellious chiefs passed a resolution offering to sell about 2,000 acres of Southern Ontario to any foreign power. The offer excluded Canada and the United States."
    NewspaperPublication     "The Six Nations confederacy of chiefs claims a hereditary right to govern the Six Nations reservation near Brantford. On Monday the rebellious chiefs passed a resolution offering to sell about ...
  • "Pauline Johnson Stamp"
    NewspaperPublication       "The Post Office Department will issue this special five-cent stamp on March 10 to commemorate the strides made by Canada's Indian population and their contributions to the development of Canada. The stamp will be issued on the date of the centennial of the birth of E. Pauline Johnson, famed Mohawk ...
    NewspaperPublication     "The Post Office Department will issue this special five-cent stamp on March 10 to commemorate the strides made by Canada's Indian population and their contributions to the development of Canada. ...
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