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  • "The Six Nations Plank Road Claim in Brief"
    ImageText       To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004181v00d.
    ImageText     To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004181v00d.
  • "Summary of Federal Bills, Possible Impacts on & Action Taken by Six Nations Council"
    ImageText       To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004301v00d.
    ImageText     To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004301v00d.
  • "Iroquois- Six Nations Indians Display"
    Image       Iroquois - Six Nations Indians display with John VanEvery.
    Image     Iroquois - Six Nations Indians display with John VanEvery.
  • "GIS and Information Management Needs within First Nations in Canada"
    ImageText       "With the development of the Land Claims Policy in the 1970's, Six Nations became involved in research into the lands as deeded by the Haldimand Deed of October 25, 1784."
    ImageText     "With the development of the Land Claims Policy in the 1970's, Six Nations became involved in research into the lands as deeded by the Haldimand Deed of October 25, 1784."
  • "Six Nations Public Library 20th Anniversary"
    ImageText       To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004199v00d.
    ImageText     To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004199v00d.
  • "Six Nations Says No Dice to Gambling"
    NewspaperPublication       "Six Nations band council has rolled the dice on gambling, and they`ve rolled right off the table."
    NewspaperPublication     "Six Nations band council has rolled the dice on gambling, and they`ve rolled right off the table."
  • "Volunteers are Honored"
    NewspaperPublication       "Two men who have volunteered in recreation and community activities at Six Nations were honored Tuesday."
    NewspaperPublication     "Two men who have volunteered in recreation and community activities at Six Nations were honored Tuesday."
  • "Hunters, Cooks are Preparing for Dinner"
    NewspaperPublication       "The hunters are bringing their goods and the cooks are warming their pots in preparation for the annual wild game dinner for Six Nations elders."
    NewspaperPublication     "The hunters are bringing their goods and the cooks are warming their pots in preparation for the annual wild game dinner for Six Nations elders."
  • "Small United Church: No Insurance"
    NewspaperPublication       "One of the oldest churches on the Six Nations reserve was destroyed in a spectacular fire Saturday morning."
    NewspaperPublication     "One of the oldest churches on the Six Nations reserve was destroyed in a spectacular fire Saturday morning."
  • "Congregation Plans to Rebuild"
    NewspaperPublication       "The congregation of the Grand River United Church had gathered Wednesday for a candle-lit service to celebrate life."
    NewspaperPublication     "The congregation of the Grand River United Church had gathered Wednesday for a candle-lit service to celebrate life."
  • "Their Target 650 Jobs Provincial Program a First for Six Nations"
    NewspaperPublication       "It's been a long time since Six Nations School No. 5 has seen this much activity."
    NewspaperPublication     "It's been a long time since Six Nations School No. 5 has seen this much activity."
  • "Six Nations Versus GRCA"
    NewspaperPublication       "A Six Nations environmental group says it has taken control of the land around the Dunnville weir because the Grand River Conservation Authority was not taking care of the river."
    NewspaperPublication     "A Six Nations environmental group says it has taken control of the land around the Dunnville weir because the Grand River Conservation Authority was not taking care of the river."
  • "No Fast Settlement on Land Claims"
    NewspaperPublication       "Six Nations land claims around and under the Dunnville dam might not be solved for years, even with extra staff and special attention, say federal government officials."
    NewspaperPublication     "Six Nations land claims around and under the Dunnville dam might not be solved for years, even with extra staff and special attention, say federal government officials."
  • Patricia Lynch
    Imagemystery       Patricia Lynch in front of John R. and Mary Andersons house.
    Imagemystery     Patricia Lynch in front of John R. and Mary Andersons house.
  • "The Redman's Appeal for Justice"
    Text       The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State. (This document is an updated copy)
    Text     The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State. (This document is an updated copy)
  • "Court Permits Native Ceremony"
    NewspaperPublication       "A Six Nations man was set to make history today by taking a traditional native oath in a Brantford court."
    NewspaperPublication     "A Six Nations man was set to make history today by taking a traditional native oath in a Brantford court."
  • "Ohsweken Hall Packed For English Reading of Great Law"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery       "Many Canadians are weary of the country's ongoing constitutional discussions, but the topic is a lively one in the Six Nations community."
    NewspaperPublicationmystery     "Many Canadians are weary of the country's ongoing constitutional discussions, but the topic is a lively one in the Six Nations community."
  • "Visiting the Neighbors"
    NewspaperPublication       "A tidal wave of people is moving slowly up the main street of the village of Ohsweken, and pouring into the fairgrounds."
    NewspaperPublication     "A tidal wave of people is moving slowly up the main street of the village of Ohsweken, and pouring into the fairgrounds."
  • "Three Six Nations Men Convicted of Illegal Fishing"
    NewspaperPublication       "Three men from the Six Nations reserve have been found guilty in Ontario Court in Gore Bay of illegally fishing in Manitoulin Island, despite their contention that a 1701 treaty gives them hunting and fishing rights on the large Lake Huron island."
    NewspaperPublication     "Three men from the Six Nations reserve have been found guilty in Ontario Court in Gore Bay of illegally fishing in Manitoulin Island, despite their contention that a 1701 treaty ...
  • "Reserve Approves Waste Bylaw"
    NewspaperPublication       "Band council has passed a bylaw which could see fines of up to $1,000 and sentences of 30 days in jail for people who store used tires or vehicles on the reserve."
    NewspaperPublication     "Band council has passed a bylaw which could see fines of up to $1,000 and sentences of 30 days in jail for people who store used tires or vehicles on ...
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