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  • Bartlett, Arthur R.
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  • Curley, Doris L.
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  • Hill, Ruth
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  • Martin, Ralph (Nick)
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  • Hill, Nicholas
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  • Thomas, (Infant)
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  • "Six Nations S.S. #2 School"
    ImageText       Six Nations S.S. #2 School, Tuscarora Indian Reserve, Grade 1-5.
    ImageText     Six Nations S.S. #2 School, Tuscarora Indian Reserve, Grade 1-5.
  • "Grandmothers Teaching Native 
Culture"
    Newspapermystery       "Native children and parents are learning their culture together in a unique preschool immersion program run by grandmothers."
    Newspapermystery     "Native children and parents are learning their culture together in a unique preschool immersion program run by grandmothers."
  • "Jailed Natives Return to Roots"
    Newspapermystery       "Half-naked and shivering in the winter air, 15 men walk barefoot over the snow, then kneel and kiss the earth next to a small tent."
    Newspapermystery     "Half-naked and shivering in the winter air, 15 men walk barefoot over the snow, then kneel and kiss the earth next to a small tent."
  • "Pulp Mill 'Tempering with Native Traditions'"
    Newspapermystery       "On Dec. 5 in the Indian village of Wabasca in northern Alberta, an environmental impact assessment review board met to hear submissions on the potential impact of the world's largest bleach kraft pulp mill proposed by Alberta-Pacific Forest industries."
    Newspapermystery     "On Dec. 5 in the Indian village of Wabasca in northern Alberta, an environmental impact assessment review board met to hear submissions on the potential impact of the world's largest ...
  • "Aboriginal People Struggling to Regain Cultural Heritage"
    Newspapermystery       "Native police officers in Winnipeg win the right to wear braids on religious grounds and Indian prisoners take part in sweat lodge ceremonies."
    Newspapermystery     "Native police officers in Winnipeg win the right to wear braids on religious grounds and Indian prisoners take part in sweat lodge ceremonies."
  • "Warrior Societies Break Great Law of Six Nations"
    Newspapermystery       "Akwesasne Indian reserve and St. Regis are not the only native communities torn by disputes over sovereignty, cigarettes, bingo or gambling."
    Newspapermystery     "Akwesasne Indian reserve and St. Regis are not the only native communities torn by disputes over sovereignty, cigarettes, bingo or gambling."
  • "A Mood of Pride and Assurance"
    Newspapermystery       "To call it an annual meeting unlike those of the other 12 Conferences would still not adequately describe the June gathering of All Native Circle Conference in Melson House, Man."
    Newspapermystery     "To call it an annual meeting unlike those of the other 12 Conferences would still not adequately describe the June gathering of All Native Circle Conference in Melson House, Man."
  • "Committee Appointed to Settle Native Land Claim at Oka"
    Newspapermystery       "Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon has appointed a committee of Mohawks and federal, provincial and municipal government representatives to settle the native land claim at Oka, Que."
    Newspapermystery     "Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon has appointed a committee of Mohawks and federal, provincial and municipal government representatives to settle the native land claim at Oka, Que."
  • "Mohawk Gets Conditional Discharge"
    Newspapermystery       "The first Mohawk sentenced for an offence committed during last summer's native crisis was granted a conditional discharge in Quebec Court on Wednesday."
    Newspapermystery     "The first Mohawk sentenced for an offence committed during last summer's native crisis was granted a conditional discharge in Quebec Court on Wednesday."
  • "Temagami Blockers Fined for Mischief"
    Newspapermystery       "Three people who tried to block the construction of a logging road in the disputed Temagami region were convicted of mischief Thursday."
    Newspapermystery     "Three people who tried to block the construction of a logging road in the disputed Temagami region were convicted of mischief Thursday."
  • "New Role is Biggest to Date for Six Nations Movie Actor"
    Newspapermystery       "He didn't think so at the time, but native actor Graham Greene was dealt a winner when he lost a cut of the cards."
    Newspapermystery     "He didn't think so at the time, but native actor Graham Greene was dealt a winner when he lost a cut of the cards."
  • "Women's Group Moving Head Office to Ohsweken"
    Newspapermystery       "The Native Women`s Association of Canada, a national lobby group for native women, is moving its head office to Ohsweken."
    Newspapermystery     "The Native Women`s Association of Canada, a national lobby group for native women, is moving its head office to Ohsweken."
  • "Canadian Natives Want Their Own System of Justice"
    Newspapermystery       "When the Mohawks of Akwesasne devised their own judicial code, the ultimate punishment was the turning over of natives to the "white" system. That Explains a lot about how natives view the justice system and why they want their own."
    Newspapermystery     "When the Mohawks of Akwesasne devised their own judicial code, the ultimate punishment was the turning over of natives to the "white" system. That Explains a lot about how natives ...
  • "Northerners Fly in to Stage Protest of 'Great Stupid Tax'"
    Newspapermystery       "The man in the blue suit looked out of place among the placard-carrying protesters in fur-trimmed parkas. He stood quietly on the fringes of the crowd, straining to hear the faint Inuktitut voices complain that the goods and services tax will strangle the North."
    Newspapermystery     "The man in the blue suit looked out of place among the placard-carrying protesters in fur-trimmed parkas. He stood quietly on the fringes of the crowd, straining to hear the ...
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