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  • Conditions 'Deplorable' at Mohawk Institute, Jury's Report Reveals
    ImageNewspaper       Article describing the findings of a grand jury regarding the state of the Mohawk Institute buildings.
    ImageNewspaper     Article describing the findings of a grand jury regarding the state of the Mohawk Institute buildings.
  • Indians Seek Assurance of Sewage Plant
    ImageNewspaper       Article describing the request of the Six Nations Council for definite assurance that the City of Brantford will construct a sewage disposal plant prior to agreeing to grant an easement to the city to lay sewer pipes across the Mohawk Institute land.
    ImageNewspaper     Article describing the request of the Six Nations Council for definite assurance that the City of Brantford will construct a sewage disposal plant prior to agreeing to grant an easement ...
  • Indian Students Told Great Future Ahead
    ImageNewspaper       Article describing opening of an addition to the Mohawk Institute as well as two new Six Nations schools. First image left to right Ellen Fairclough, Elliott Moses. Second Image left to right R. J. Stallwood, W. J. Zimmerman, Susan Nicholas, G. N. Luxton
    ImageNewspaper     Article describing opening of an addition to the Mohawk Institute as well as two new Six Nations schools. First image left to right Ellen Fairclough, Elliott Moses. Second Image left ...
  • At the Mohawk Institute
    Image       This is a picture of Minnie "Luella" (Anderson) DeGrave and Dora (Jacobs) Longboat, both were students at the Mohawk Institute Residential School. The two people were not related. Luella was at the Mohawk Institute for six years.
    Image     This is a picture of Minnie "Luella" (Anderson) DeGrave and Dora (Jacobs) Longboat, both were students at the Mohawk Institute Residential School. The two people were not related. Luella was ...
  • "Thomas Hill at Mohawk Institute"
    ImageObjectmystery       Photograph of Thomas Hill when he was a student at the Mohawk Institute.
    ImageObjectmystery     Photograph of Thomas Hill when he was a student at the Mohawk Institute.
  • "Here, There, Everywhere"
    Newspapermystery       "A comparatively recent innovation at the Mohawk Institute has been the teaching of choral singing among the girls of the institution. A. G. Merriman, well known local musician and composer, is the instructor and within a short space of time he has achieved noteworthy results."
    Newspapermystery     "A comparatively recent innovation at the Mohawk Institute has been the teaching of choral singing among the girls of the institution. A. G. Merriman, well known local musician and composer, ...
  • "Mohawk Institute"
    ImageObjectmystery       Photograph of the front exterior of the Mohawk Institute residential school.
    ImageObjectmystery     Photograph of the front exterior of the Mohawk Institute residential school.
  • "Tales from The Mush Hole"
    NewspaperPublication  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Winter 1993     "In the mid 1980's, Lloyd Kind, Olive Moses and Doris Henhawk wrote a "History of Education on the Six Nations Reserve". It had 73 pages and the cost of the publication was financed under the Horizons Program of the Department of National Health and Welfare. I would like to tell ...
    NewspaperPublication  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Winter 1993   "In the mid 1980's, Lloyd Kind, Olive Moses and Doris Henhawk wrote a "History of Education on the Six Nations Reserve". It had 73 pages and the cost of the ...
  • "Healing Garden Planned for Former Mohawk Residential School"
    Newspaper  Dearing, Stephanie, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 20 Mar 2013, p.4     This article describes a proposal by the Mohawk Institute Commemoration Committee to construct a healing garden at the former Mohawk Institute site.
    Newspaper  Dearing, Stephanie, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 20 Mar 2013, p.4   This article describes a proposal by the Mohawk Institute Commemoration Committee to construct a healing garden at the former Mohawk Institute site.
  • "Mohawk Institute Children"
    ImageObjectmystery       Photograph of students of the Mohawk Institute residential school.
    ImageObjectmystery     Photograph of students of the Mohawk Institute residential school.
  • Mohawk Residential School Badge
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  • Sketch of Christ Church
    Image       Christ Church H.M. Royal Chapel to the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte
    Image     Christ Church H.M. Royal Chapel to the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte
  • "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 ...
  • George Green
    Imagemystery       George Green (Mohawk Nation) dressed in regalia.
    Imagemystery     George Green (Mohawk Nation) dressed in regalia.
  • Jerry Aaron
    Imagemystery       Jerry "Blue Eyes" Aaron dressed in regalia. He also went by the stage name "Red Jacket"
    Imagemystery     Jerry "Blue Eyes" Aaron dressed in regalia. He also went by the stage name "Red Jacket"
  • George Green
    Imagemystery       George Green (Mohawk Nation) dressed in regalia.
    Imagemystery     George Green (Mohawk Nation) dressed in regalia.
  • George Buck
    Imagemystery       George Buck (Cayuga Nation) dressed in regalia.
    Imagemystery     George Buck (Cayuga Nation) dressed in regalia.
  • David Mitson, Nina Burham and Viscount Alexander
    Imagemystery       David Mitson (the leader of the Six Nations Indian Band), Nina Burham and the Former Governor General Field Marshall Lord Alexander of Tunis (Harold Alexander/Viscount Alexander). This picture was dated May 1949 when Alexander unveiled a War Memorial in Veterans Park, Ohsweken.
    Imagemystery     David Mitson (the leader of the Six Nations Indian Band), Nina Burham and the Former Governor General Field Marshall Lord Alexander of Tunis (Harold Alexander/Viscount Alexander). This picture was dated ...
  • Band in the Park
    Imagemystery       The new band shell in the park.
    Imagemystery     The new band shell in the park.
  • Sir John Johnson and Mrs. Smoke
    Imagemystery       Sir John Johnson and Mrs. Smoke at Chiefswood, Six Nations, Ontario.
    Imagemystery     Sir John Johnson and Mrs. Smoke at Chiefswood, Six Nations, Ontario.
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