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  • "Six Nations Indian Slated for Senate?"
    NewspaperPublication       "A Canadian Indian who has gained world recognition as a mining engineer may be appointed to the Senate. He is Dr. Gilbert Monture, OBE, 60, a great-grandson of Capt. Joseph Brant, the famous leader of the Six Nations Indians."
    NewspaperPublication     "A Canadian Indian who has gained world recognition as a mining engineer may be appointed to the Senate. He is Dr. Gilbert Monture, OBE, 60, a great-grandson of Capt. Joseph ...
  • "Six Nations Plowing Match"
    Imagemystery       Six Nations Plowing Match.
    Imagemystery     Six Nations Plowing Match.
  • "Harry Smith"
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  • Jay Silverheels Programme
    Publication       This is a program of Jay Silverheels ceremony that took place on Six Nations Reserve.
    Publication     This is a program of Jay Silverheels ceremony that took place on Six Nations Reserve.
  • Graduation Picnic
    Image       Graduation Picnic in Rochester, NY. Carol Anderson graduated high school and Patricia Lynch graduated grade 7. L-R: Anderson, Sam; Sargent, John David (bending over); Lynch, Don; Lynch, Patricia
    Image     Graduation Picnic in Rochester, NY. Carol Anderson graduated high school and Patricia Lynch graduated grade 7. L-R: Anderson, Sam; Sargent, John David (bending over); Lynch, Don; Lynch, Patricia
  • Anderson-Lynch Family Graduation Picnic
    Imagemystery       Graduation picnic in Rochester New York for Carol who graduated high school and Patricia who graduated from grade 7. starting at lower left of table and working to right side of picture: Anderson, Audrey (child); Anderson, Maynard; Anderson, Elma (child); Anderson, Arnold; Anderson, Mark (child); Anderson, Skip (hidden); Lynch, Don; ...
    Imagemystery     Graduation picnic in Rochester New York for Carol who graduated high school and Patricia who graduated from grade 7. starting at lower left of table and working to right side ...
  • Anderson-Lynch Family Graduation Picnic
    Image       Graduation picnic in Rochester New York for Carol Anderson who graduated high school and Patricia Lynch who graduated from grade 7. starting at lower left of table and working to right side of picture: Anderson, Arnold; Anderson, Mark (child); Lynch, Don; seated Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Elsie (Arnold's wife); Freitas, Paul ...
    Image     Graduation picnic in Rochester New York for Carol Anderson who graduated high school and Patricia Lynch who graduated from grade 7. starting at lower left of table and working to ...
  • Anderson-Lynch Family Graduation Picnic
    Imagemystery       Graduation picnic in Rochester New York for Carol Anderson who graduated high school and Patricia Lynch who graduated from grade 7. starting left of picture: unknown girl furthest left; unknown male; unknown child; unknown lady with glasses; Anderson, Carol (Marjorie's youngest sister); unknown male standing behind Carol; unknown friend of ...
    Imagemystery     Graduation picnic in Rochester New York for Carol Anderson who graduated high school and Patricia Lynch who graduated from grade 7. starting left of picture: unknown girl furthest left; unknown ...
  • "Seek Independence, Iroquois Tell Court"
    NewspaperPublication  Stonehouse, Eldon, The Globe and Mail (Toronto) ( CTVglobemedia), 1957     "The chiefs, warriors and women of the Six Nations recited their history, religion and traditions in the white man's court this afternoon in a continuation of their battle for the independence of the Iroquois Confederacy."
    NewspaperPublication  Stonehouse, Eldon, The Globe and Mail (Toronto) ( CTVglobemedia), 1957   "The chiefs, warriors and women of the Six Nations recited their history, religion and traditions in the white man's court this afternoon in a continuation of their battle for the ...
  • "Why Not Give Our Indians a Break?"
    Newspaper  MacDonald, Robert, The Star Weekly, Toronto, 19 Oct 1957, pp.2-3     "The Indian's plight in Canada today is not his alone. It's the white man's problem too, requiring complete re-education of Canadians and new laws that will really make the Indian free."
    Newspaper  MacDonald, Robert, The Star Weekly, Toronto, 19 Oct 1957, pp.2-3   "The Indian's plight in Canada today is not his alone. It's the white man's problem too, requiring complete re-education of Canadians and new laws that will really make the Indian ...
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