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  • "Albert D. Green"
    Imagemystery       "Albert D. Green (Pale Moon). Mohawk nation, turtle clan. Born and raised, life time resident of Six Nations Reserve, Ohsweken, Ontario. A well known leatherworker. Known as the most photographed man in Canada. Worked as M.C. at Indian Villages and appeared at the Toronto Ontario Sports Show on numerous occasions."
    Imagemystery     "Albert D. Green (Pale Moon). Mohawk nation, turtle clan. Born and raised, life time resident of Six Nations Reserve, Ohsweken, Ontario. A well known leatherworker. Known as the most photographed ...
  • Mobbed By Children, Tonto Parades Here
    ImagePublication       Article describing a parade held in Brantford for Jay Silverheels.
    ImagePublication     Article describing a parade held in Brantford for Jay Silverheels.
  • "John Maracle and Titus Porter..."
    Newspapermystery       John Maracle and Titus Porter are Mohawks who are presently working together as a team. They are both singers who have devoted much of their time singing Mohawk Hymns to residents in local nursing homes, churches, and at special festivities throughout their community."
    Newspapermystery     John Maracle and Titus Porter are Mohawks who are presently working together as a team. They are both singers who have devoted much of their time singing Mohawk Hymns to ...
  • Indians Boycott Election
    ImageNewspaper       Article discussing many Six Nations and Cornwall Island residents' decision not to participate in the provincial election.
    ImageNewspaper     Article discussing many Six Nations and Cornwall Island residents' decision not to participate in the provincial election.
  • "Senior Teaches Aboriginal Lore"
    NewspaperPublication       "Mona Staats' Mohawk grandmother taught her the lore of her aboriginal ancestors, and now she is passing her childhood memories of these lessons on to non-natives."
    NewspaperPublication     "Mona Staats' Mohawk grandmother taught her the lore of her aboriginal ancestors, and now she is passing her childhood memories of these lessons on to non-natives."
  • Mohawk with Ojibway Pipe
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  • 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.
  • 1867 Kahnawake Team Big John River Boat Captain with Side Burns
    Imagemystery       Kahnawake Team from 1867, including Big John River Boat Captain with Side Burns.
    Imagemystery     Kahnawake Team from 1867, including Big John River Boat Captain with Side Burns.
  • Capt. John Deserontyou and the Mohawk Settlement at Deseronto
    TextPublication       Bulletin of the Departments of History and Political and Economic Science in Queen’s University. The text describes Captain John Deserontyou and the Mohawk settlement at Deseronto.
    TextPublication     Bulletin of the Departments of History and Political and Economic Science in Queen’s University. The text describes Captain John Deserontyou and the Mohawk settlement at Deseronto.
  • Chapel of the Mohawks
    TextNewspaper       Article detailing the history of, and a visit by the author to, His Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks.
    TextNewspaper     Article detailing the history of, and a visit by the author to, His Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks.
  • Laura Secord (commemorative stamp image)
    Image       Illustration upon which the 42cent "Laura Secord: Legendary Patriot" stamp was based (see call# SN90001033).
    Image     Illustration upon which the 42cent "Laura Secord: Legendary Patriot" stamp was based (see call# SN90001033).
  • "First Native American to start a Sprint Cup race"
    TextNewspaper  Becker, Neil, Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 2015     "Sports history was officially made when NASCAR driver Derek White became the first Native American to start a Sprint Cup Race."
    TextNewspaper  Becker, Neil, Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 2015   "Sports history was officially made when NASCAR driver Derek White became the first Native American to start a Sprint Cup Race."
  • "Tonto Dead at 68"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 6 Mar 1980     "Jay Silverheels, the Six Nations Mohawk actor known to millions as the Lone Ranger's companion Tonto, died early Wednesday in a California."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 6 Mar 1980   "Jay Silverheels, the Six Nations Mohawk actor known to millions as the Lone Ranger's companion Tonto, died early Wednesday in a California."
  • Pickersgill Scalp in Jeopardy
    ImageNewspaper       Newspaper article from 1956 describing the speech given by Citizenship Minister Pickersgill following the reinterment of bones from a mass grave unearthed at the Tabor Hill construction site in Scarborough. Emily General's response to his speech is also outlined.
    ImageNewspaper     Newspaper article from 1956 describing the speech given by Citizenship Minister Pickersgill following the reinterment of bones from a mass grave unearthed at the Tabor Hill construction site in Scarborough. ...
  • 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt (George Washington Belt)
    ImageObject       The 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt. This belt is 6 feet long and composed of thirteen figures holding hands connected to two figures and a house. The 13 figures represent the 13 States of the newly formed United States of America. The two figures and the house symbolize the Haudenosaunee. The ...
    ImageObject     The 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt. This belt is 6 feet long and composed of thirteen figures holding hands connected to two figures and a house. The 13 figures represent the ...
  • Delawares Found Sanctuary With Their Long-Time Iroquois Enemies
    Text       Article discussing the history of the Delawares and the Six Nations. Ultimately, many of the Delaware people ended up residing in Six Nations Territories, even though the Delaware and Iroquois had been enemies.
    Text     Article discussing the history of the Delawares and the Six Nations. Ultimately, many of the Delaware people ended up residing in Six Nations Territories, even though the Delaware and Iroquois ...
  • Six Nations Land
    TextNewspaper       Article discussing aboriginal voting and liquor rights in Canada, and the history of Six Nations' relationship with the Canadian Government.
    TextNewspaper     Article discussing aboriginal voting and liquor rights in Canada, and the history of Six Nations' relationship with the Canadian Government.
  • Photo of Chief John Smoke Johnson
    Imagemystery       Black and White photograph of John Smoke Johnson, Mohawk chief; Veteran of the War of 1812; and elected as a "Pine Tree Chief", a non-hereditary position.
    Imagemystery     Black and White photograph of John Smoke Johnson, Mohawk chief; Veteran of the War of 1812; and elected as a "Pine Tree Chief", a non-hereditary position.
  • Laura Secord found by Mohawk Warriors
    Image       Painting of Laura Secord's encounter with Native warriors at Beaverdams by Henry Sandham. No. 10 in a set of reproductions entitled "Canadian Historical Paintings 1534-1885" featuring the works of J.W. Jefferys and Henry Sandham
    Image     Painting of Laura Secord's encounter with Native warriors at Beaverdams by Henry Sandham. No. 10 in a set of reproductions entitled "Canadian Historical Paintings 1534-1885" featuring the works of J.W. ...
  • "Mohawk Woman Grabs Gold at Pan Am Games"
    NewspaperPublication  McNeil, Mike, Turtle Island News, 4 Aug 1999     "The Canadian womens water polo team won a gold medal at the Pan-Am games in Winnipeg on Friday by defeating the U. S. team 8-6. Leading the way for the Canadians was Waneek Horn-Miller of Kahnawake Quebec with three goals in the final game. The gold medal won by Horn-Miller ...
    NewspaperPublication  McNeil, Mike, Turtle Island News, 4 Aug 1999   "The Canadian womens water polo team won a gold medal at the Pan-Am games in Winnipeg on Friday by defeating the U. S. team 8-6. Leading the way for the ...
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