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  • "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."
  • "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.
  • "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 ...
  • "Tonto"
    NewspaperPublication       "Between 1949 and 1956, Silverheels, a Mohawk born Harold Jay Smith on the Six Nations reserve at Brantford, played the monosyllabic Tonto in 178 TV films and two full-length motion pictures."
    NewspaperPublication     "Between 1949 and 1956, Silverheels, a Mohawk born Harold Jay Smith on the Six Nations reserve at Brantford, played the monosyllabic Tonto in 178 TV films and two full-length motion ...
  • Letter from Six Nations Elected Band Council to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jamieson
    Text       ..., ONTARIO January 25, 1962. Dear Mr and Mrs Jamieson...
    Text     ..., ONTARIO January 25, 1962. Dear Mr and Mrs Jamieson...
  • Maynard Anderson Family
    Image       Back Row on the sofa L-R: Anderson, Alma; Anderson, Iowne; Anderson, Maynard; Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Audrey 2nd Row L-R: baby Anderson, Andrew; Anderson, Alice; Anderson, Arliss 3rd Row L-R: Anderson, Allan; Anderson, Arnold "Buster" Far Right on Chair: Anderson, Sam This photo was taken at the house of Sam and ...
    Image     Back Row on the sofa L-R: Anderson, Alma; Anderson, Iowne; Anderson, Maynard; Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Audrey 2nd Row L-R: baby Anderson, Andrew; Anderson, Alice; Anderson, Arliss 3rd Row L-R: Anderson, ...
  • Anderson Family
    Image       L-R: Anderson, Audrey; Anderson, Sam; Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Arliss; Anderson, Allan This photo was taken at the house of Sam and Minnie Anderson, grandparents of the children.
    Image     L-R: Anderson, Audrey; Anderson, Sam; Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Arliss; Anderson, Allan This photo was taken at the house of Sam and Minnie Anderson, grandparents of the children.
  • Anderson Family
    Image       L-R: Anderson, Alice; Anderson, Alma; (baby) Anderson, Andrew; Anderson, Sam; Anderson, Audrey; Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Allan; Anderson, Arnold "Buster"; Anderson, Arliss Photo was taken at the house of Sam and Minnie Anderson on Fourth Line, Ohsweken.
    Image     L-R: Anderson, Alice; Anderson, Alma; (baby) Anderson, Andrew; Anderson, Sam; Anderson, Audrey; Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Allan; Anderson, Arnold "Buster"; Anderson, Arliss Photo was taken at the house of Sam and ...
  • "Letter from Council to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jamieson, Re: Chiefswood Restoration"
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  • "Must Pauline's Supporters Riot?"
    NewspaperPublication  Weir, Harold, Vancouver Sun, 1962     "Vancouver people like the name 'Pauline Johnson,' but the commission does not like it. And yet it is the people and not the commission who own the place and pay the shot for it."
    NewspaperPublication  Weir, Harold, Vancouver Sun, 1962   "Vancouver people like the name 'Pauline Johnson,' but the commission does not like it. And yet it is the people and not the commission who own the place and pay ...
  • "Open Indian Hall"
    NewspaperPublication  Windsor Daily Star, 1962     "Guests present at the opening of the Moraviantown Community Centre, Saturday, showed great interest in Delaware Indian relics shown by Mr. Elliott Moses of Six Nations."
    NewspaperPublication  Windsor Daily Star, 1962   "Guests present at the opening of the Moraviantown Community Centre, Saturday, showed great interest in Delaware Indian relics shown by Mr. Elliott Moses of Six Nations."
  • "Demanding Probe of Medical Care: Reserve Residents Tell Councillors Care Inadequate"
    NewspaperPublication  Craig, Ron, Brantford Expositor, 9 Feb 1962     Article detailing the complaints of several Six Nations residents regarding the level of care provided by the doctors at the Lady Willingdon Hospital.
    NewspaperPublication  Craig, Ron, Brantford Expositor, 9 Feb 1962   Article detailing the complaints of several Six Nations residents regarding the level of care provided by the doctors at the Lady Willingdon Hospital.
  • "New Life for Poet's Birthplace"
    Newspaper  Miller, Lawrence, Brantford Expositor, 1 Jun 1962     Article detailing the renovations being undertaken at Chiefswood Museum.
    Newspaper  Miller, Lawrence, Brantford Expositor, 1 Jun 1962   Article detailing the renovations being undertaken at Chiefswood Museum.
  • "Indians Claim Genocide Bid"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 18 Jan 1962     Article detailing the efforts of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council to have their grievances against the Canadian government heard at the United Nations. Issues include the imposition of the Six Nations Elected Band Council, land taken during the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway and the highway connecting Highway 6 ...
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 18 Jan 1962   Article detailing the efforts of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council to have their grievances against the Canadian government heard at the United Nations. Issues include the imposition of the Six ...
  • "Reject Bid for Assist with Hall"
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, 10 Feb 1962     This article details the refusal of the Province of Ontario to provide a grant for the Sour Springs Community Hall because the Six Nations of the grand river does not qualify as an organized municipality.
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, 10 Feb 1962   This article details the refusal of the Province of Ontario to provide a grant for the Sour Springs Community Hall because the Six Nations of the grand river does not ...
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