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1924
  
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  • "Captain John Deserontyou and the Mohawk Settlement at Deseronto"
    PublicationText       "In the early history of the Mohawks in this country their great chief Joseph Brant, Thayendenaga, occupies so important a position that all other leaders are overshadowed, and one does not realize that there were any other chiefs of note. But the Indians of the Mohawk Reserve on the Bay ...
    PublicationText     "In the early history of the Mohawks in this country their great chief Joseph Brant, Thayendenaga, occupies so important a position that all other leaders are overshadowed, and one does ...
  • U. S. Department of the Interior: Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924
    TextObject       ... to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924....
    TextObject     ... to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924....
  • "The Six Nations' Election"
    Text       An eight page document with information about details for the Electors of the Six Nations Band and for candidates nominated for election as Councillors for the new Council.
    Text     An eight page document with information about details for the Electors of the Six Nations Band and for candidates nominated for election as Councillors for the new Council.
  • "The Redman's Appeal for Justice"
    Text       The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State. (This document is an updated copy)
    Text     The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State. (This document is an updated copy)
  • "The Redman's Appeal for Justice"
    Text       "The Redman's Appeal for Justice: The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State." This is an older copy. To view the updated copy visit SNPL002419v00d.
    Text     "The Redman's Appeal for Justice: The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State." This is an older copy. To view the updated copy visit SNPL002419v00d.
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