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1951
  
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  • "6 Brothers, Cousin Trapped by Blaze in Indian Reserve"
    Newspaper       "The bodies of seven Indian Children, one a tiny baby, were removed this afternoon from the ashes of their home in which they were burned to death late yesterday."
    Newspaper     "The bodies of seven Indian Children, one a tiny baby, were removed this afternoon from the ashes of their home in which they were burned to death late yesterday."
  • Says New Indian Act Change is Threat to Rights
    ImageNewspaper       Article describing a clause in the Indian Act which places Native people under the jurisdiction of the province for matters not covered by Federal Statutes.(Indian Act, Clause 87, Chapter 20).
    ImageNewspaper     Article describing a clause in the Indian Act which places Native people under the jurisdiction of the province for matters not covered by Federal Statutes.(Indian Act, Clause 87, Chapter 20).
  • Sargent Family photo
    Image       This is a picture of Edith (Anderson) Sargent and John David Sargent. This picture was taken at their house in Falls Church, Virginia
    Image     This is a picture of Edith (Anderson) Sargent and John David Sargent. This picture was taken at their house in Falls Church, Virginia
  • "Indian Neighbours Chant as Little Victims Buried"
    Newspaper  Lautens, Garry, Hamilton Spectator, 22 Mar 1951, pp.7-8     "Mrs. Wilfred Henry watched heartbroken as six of her eight children - victims of the Monday night fire which gutted her tiny frame home and robbed her of her only possessions in this world - were laid to rest."
    Newspaper  Lautens, Garry, Hamilton Spectator, 22 Mar 1951, pp.7-8   "Mrs. Wilfred Henry watched heartbroken as six of her eight children - victims of the Monday night fire which gutted her tiny frame home and robbed her of her only ...
  • "Saw His Crippled Cousin Hobbling to His Death Little Sister in Arms"
    Newspaper  Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 21 Mar 1951, pp.1-2     "From his hospital bed in Lady Willingdon hospital in Ohsweken, suffering from burnt and cracked lips and a painfully puffed face, Marvin told of perching on the roof and looking back - before he jumped to safety - to see some of the others hopelessly trapped in the inferno."
    Newspaper  Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 21 Mar 1951, pp.1-2   "From his hospital bed in Lady Willingdon hospital in Ohsweken, suffering from burnt and cracked lips and a painfully puffed face, Marvin told of perching on the roof and looking ...
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First Nations, Metis, Inuit, Aboriginal (Canada)