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  • "Great Law is Message of Peace"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery       "It seems fitting that the Hodenosaunee begin the 500th year of the Columbus voyage from Europe by reciting the Kai: ianereserakowa or Great Law
    NewspaperPublicationmystery     "It seems fitting that the Hodenosaunee begin the 500th year of the Columbus voyage from Europe by reciting the Kai: ianereserakowa or Great Law
  • "Protest Halts Recycling Plant"
    NewspaperPublication  Young, David, Brantford Expositor, 1994     "Work on a tire-recycling plant at Six Nations stopped Thursday after protestors arrived at the construction site."
    NewspaperPublication  Young, David, Brantford Expositor, 1994   "Work on a tire-recycling plant at Six Nations stopped Thursday after protestors arrived at the construction site."
  • Chief Josiah Hill - Secretary Six Nations Council 1873-1915
    Imagemystery       Portrait of Six Nations Confederacy Council, c. 1910, prior to the Federal Take-over of Council. Josiah Hill, Secretary of the Council is center. Photo taken at old Council House, Ohsweken Ontario.
    Imagemystery     Portrait of Six Nations Confederacy Council, c. 1910, prior to the Federal Take-over of Council. Josiah Hill, Secretary of the Council is center. Photo taken at old Council House, Ohsweken ...
  • Two Row (or Two Paths) Wampum Belt
    ImageObject       Image of Wampum belt given by Grand River Chiefs to John Brant, a version of the Guswhenta or Kaswhenta, Mohawk Covenant Belt.
    ImageObject     Image of Wampum belt given by Grand River Chiefs to John Brant, a version of the Guswhenta or Kaswhenta, Mohawk Covenant Belt.
  • Maori Greenstone Presented to Council of Six Nations
    ImageNewspaper       Article describing the presentation of a Maori greenstone to the Six Nations Council. The greenstone was presented to Chief E.P. Garlow by David Smith who had received the greenstone from Maori King Korokī.
    ImageNewspaper     Article describing the presentation of a Maori greenstone to the Six Nations Council. The greenstone was presented to Chief E.P. Garlow by David Smith who had received the greenstone from ...
  • Six Nations Council, Including Frank Montour - Colour
    Image       Photograph of Six Nations Council. Included in the image are: Rena Hill, Enos Williams, Leonard Staats Sr., Richard Isaacs, Frank Montour, Keith Martin, Sara Smith, Clifford Lickers, Art Anderson Jr., Mina Burnham, unknown individual (possibly Renson Jamieson), Earl Isaacs, Bill White, J. Wm. Hill, Back row: Rev. Karl Hanson, George ...
    Image     Photograph of Six Nations Council. Included in the image are: Rena Hill, Enos Williams, Leonard Staats Sr., Richard Isaacs, Frank Montour, Keith Martin, Sara Smith, Clifford Lickers, Art Anderson Jr., ...
  • "Confederacy Chiefs Assemble In Ohsweken"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 11 Aug 1995     "Six Nations residents will welcome traditional Iroquois Confederacy chiefs from Canada and the U.S. for an assembly at the Onondaga Longhouse on Aug. 19."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 11 Aug 1995   "Six Nations residents will welcome traditional Iroquois Confederacy chiefs from Canada and the U.S. for an assembly at the Onondaga Longhouse on Aug. 19."
  • "Story of Chief George Johnson Takes New Meaning in Six Nations Pageant"
    NewspaperPublication  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1992     "A man who is probably best-known as the father of Mohawk poet E. Pauline Johnson will come to be recognized for much more than that after the run of the annual Six Nations Pageant."
    NewspaperPublication  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1992   "A man who is probably best-known as the father of Mohawk poet E. Pauline Johnson will come to be recognized for much more than that after the run of the ...
  • Skenando: an Oneida Chief who remained friendly to the United States
    Image       Lithograph -- Hand-colored depicting Oneida Chief Skenando. "Skenando's person was tall, well made, and robust. His countenance was intelligent, and displayed all the peculiar dignity of an Indian chief. In his youth he was a brave and intrepid warrior, and in his riper years one of the noblest counsellors among ...
    Image     Lithograph -- Hand-colored depicting Oneida Chief Skenando. "Skenando's person was tall, well made, and robust. His countenance was intelligent, and displayed all the peculiar dignity of an Indian chief. In ...
  • Chief Danforth Oneida
    Imagemystery       Photograph of Chief Danforth Oneida
    Imagemystery     Photograph of Chief Danforth Oneida
  • Hopi Tribe's Lost Wampum Belt Returned by Six Nations
    TextNewspaper       Article discussing Six Nations' return of a runner's belt to the Hopi Chief Banyackay in a ceremony at the Onondaga Longhouse.
    TextNewspaper     Article discussing Six Nations' return of a runner's belt to the Hopi Chief Banyackay in a ceremony at the Onondaga Longhouse.
  • Six Nations Perform Ancient Rights at Scarborough
    ImageNewspaper       Photographs from reinterment in Scarborough. Clockwise from left Chief Howard Skye, Chief Tehanakarine, Albert Green, Teddy Jacobs, Louis Paint, Verna Logan, Bill John, Chief Joseph Logan, Gus Harris, J.H. Neville, Chief William Johnson, Chief Jasper Hill
    ImageNewspaper     Photographs from reinterment in Scarborough. Clockwise from left Chief Howard Skye, Chief Tehanakarine, Albert Green, Teddy Jacobs, Louis Paint, Verna Logan, Bill John, Chief Joseph Logan, Gus Harris, J.H. Neville, ...
  • Portrait of George Martin Johnson in Best Dress
    Imagemystery       Portrait photograph of George Martin Johnson in best dress.
    Imagemystery     Portrait photograph of George Martin Johnson in best dress.
  • Rebury Indian Bones at Scarborough Oct. 20-21, Reeve Assures Six Nations of Due Solemnity
    ImageNewspaper       Newspaper detailing visit by Scarborough Reeve Gus Harris with hereditary chiefs to discuss reinterment of bones. Left to right Alex Nanticoke, David Thomas, Bernice Green, Jacob Thomas, Jacob Skye, William Johnson, Gus Harris, Howard Skye, Emerson Hill.
    ImageNewspaper     Newspaper detailing visit by Scarborough Reeve Gus Harris with hereditary chiefs to discuss reinterment of bones. Left to right Alex Nanticoke, David Thomas, Bernice Green, Jacob Thomas, Jacob Skye, William ...
  • 1933 Goudey Indian Gum Cover with John Brant's Image
    ImageObject       Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". In 1933, the Goudey Gum Company produced one of the most complicated and controversial non-sports issued gum ever produced. The ...
    ImageObject     Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". ...
  • Indian Remains Re-interred
    ImageNewspaper       Article describing the reinterrment of Native bones unearthed during construction at Tabor Hill in Scarborough.
    ImageNewspaper     Article describing the reinterrment of Native bones unearthed during construction at Tabor Hill in Scarborough.
  • Portrait of John Brant
    Image       JOHN BRANT (AHYOUWAEGHS), 1794-1832, Chief of the Six Nation Indians, Son of Joseph Brant
    Image     JOHN BRANT (AHYOUWAEGHS), 1794-1832, Chief of the Six Nation Indians, Son of Joseph Brant
  • Six Nation Confederacy Chiefs attend the Centenary Commemoration - 1914
    Image       Photograph of Six Indian Chiefs (unknown) attending the Centenary Commemoration at Queenston Heights. The Laura Secord Monument is situated behind the grouping of the Six Chiefs.
    Image     Photograph of Six Indian Chiefs (unknown) attending the Centenary Commemoration at Queenston Heights. The Laura Secord Monument is situated behind the grouping of the Six Chiefs.
  • Last surviving Six Nations Veterans of the War of 1812, Close Up, Young Warner
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  • Last surviving Six Nations Veterans of the War of 1812, Close Up, John Tutela
    Imagemystery       Photograph of John Tutela.
    Imagemystery     Photograph of John Tutela.
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