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  • Adams, Eva Lynette (née Eva LynetteHill) and Adams, Thomas Robert (Married)
    Genealogical ResourceText  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, ,     Adams: Thomas Robert and Eva Lynette

    Mr. and Mrs. John William Hill request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Eva Lynette to Mr. Thomas Robert Adams on Saturday, August the eighteenth at seven o'clock in the evening, D.S.T. St. Paul's Anglican Church Sour ...

    Genealogical ResourceText  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, ,   Adams: Thomas Robert and Eva Lynette

    Mr. and Mrs. John William Hill request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Eva Lynette to Mr. Thomas Robert ...

  • Masters, Ann (née AnnCollins) (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, ,     Masters: Ann

    Mrs. George Masters, well known resident of Stratford for the past 27 years, died Tuesday night at the home of her son, Major J.T. Masters 685 Ontario street. Mrs. Masters who was 72 years of age, died following an illness which had extended over a period of about ...

    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, ,   Masters: Ann

    Mrs. George Masters, well known resident of Stratford for the past 27 years, died Tuesday night at the home of her son, Major J.T. Masters 685 Ontario street. ...

  • "Lost hunter considered suicide"
    TextNewspaper  Blackwell, Tom, Publication Title Unknown, 18 Jan 1994     "As the temperature plummeted, a frigid, soaking Allen Trudeau figured he would die in the snow-covered bush of Northern Ontario."
    TextNewspaper  Blackwell, Tom, Publication Title Unknown, 18 Jan 1994   "As the temperature plummeted, a frigid, soaking Allen Trudeau figured he would die in the snow-covered bush of Northern Ontario."
  • "'It's our island': Natives occupy sewer trunk construction site"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 6 Jan 1994     'It's our island' Natives occupy sewer trunk construction site

    Supporters of the Six Nations Confederacy spent the night on an icebound island in the Grand River and vow to remain until the city relents on plans to run a sewer through the ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 6 Jan 1994   'It's our island' Natives occupy sewer trunk construction site

    Supporters of the Six Nations Confederacy spent the night on an icebound island in the Grand River ...

  • "After 3 1/2 years, Oka inquest far from answering questions"
    TextNewspaper  Sanger, Daniel, Publication Title Unknown, 21 Jan 1994     "It's been a year since the Oka inquest began and more than 3 1/2 years since the event it is so painstakingly dissecting took place."
    TextNewspaper  Sanger, Daniel, Publication Title Unknown, 21 Jan 1994   "It's been a year since the Oka inquest began and more than 3 1/2 years since the event it is so painstakingly dissecting took place."
  • "Mohawk language back on track by school board"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 12 Jan 1993     Mohawk language back on track by school board

    The public school board will try again to bring a Mohawk language program to Brantford Collegiate Institute.

    Trustees at a committee meeting Monday agreed to establish a committee to develop the program and to ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 12 Jan 1993   Mohawk language back on track by school board

    The public school board will try again to bring a Mohawk language program to Brantford Collegiate Institute.

    Trustees at a ...

  • "Haldimand Deed a valid document"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 23 Jan 1993     Haldimand Deed a valid a document

    The Mohawk people of the Grand River will not participate in any agreement concerning hunting rights or political rights made with or on behalf of the Six Nations elected band council.

    For we feel that by participating ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 23 Jan 1993   Haldimand Deed a valid a document

    The Mohawk people of the Grand River will not participate in any agreement concerning hunting rights or political rights made with or ...

  • "Land scarce in Ohsweken for second stage housing"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1993     Land scarce in Ohsweken for second stage housing

    OHSWEKEN - Rapid growth in Ohsweken is hampering attempts to build second-stage housing for women leaving the reserve's family violence shelter.

    Reva Bomberry, director of Ganohkwa Sra, said Canada Mortgage ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1993   Land scarce in Ohsweken for second stage housing

    OHSWEKEN - Rapid growth in Ohsweken is hampering attempts to build second-stage housing for women leaving the reserve's family violence ...

  • "Little support for Polygreen on reserve"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 15 Mar 1993     Little Support for Polygreen on Reserve

    OHSWEKEN - Cynicism and pessimism rule as Six Nations residents try to decide whether to allow a plastic recycling company into the community.

    While some say the company would bring dozens of jobs, others are ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 15 Mar 1993   Little Support for Polygreen on Reserve

    OHSWEKEN - Cynicism and pessimism rule as Six Nations residents try to decide whether to allow a plastic recycling company into the ...

  • "Six Nations can't find lodge parents for new centre"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 17 Mar 1993     Partial article....
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 17 Mar 1993   Partial article....
  • "Winterize Chiefswood Mansion"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 16 Jan 1993    

    Apprentice carpenters Robert Henry (left) and Geoffrey Johns remove shutters from the Chiefswood home of poet E. Pauline Johnson on Highway 54 in Ohsweken. Students from Mohawk College are volunteering their labor to winterize the home to prevent damage before restoration begins in the spring. ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 16 Jan 1993  

    Apprentice carpenters Robert Henry (left) and Geoffrey Johns remove shutters from the Chiefswood home of poet E. Pauline Johnson on Highway 54 in Ohsweken. Students from Mohawk College are volunteering ...

  • "Residents oppose proposed native laws"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 22 Apr 1993     Residents oppose proposed native laws

    OHSWEKEN - Some Six Nations members will do what they must to stop proposed federal legislation that would open the door to property taxes.

    "I'll go as far as I have to," said Allen MacNaughton, referring to stopping ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 22 Apr 1993   Residents oppose proposed native laws

    OHSWEKEN - Some Six Nations members will do what they must to stop proposed federal legislation that would open the door to property ...

  • "Chiefs, ministry meet"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 21 Apr 1993     Chiefs, ministry meet

    "We've been on this merry-go-round for some time now," Harvey Longboat, one of the chiefs, said after the meeting.

    He said that during the short meeting the chiefs told the representative that they want a land claim about the Dunnville ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 21 Apr 1993   Chiefs, ministry meet

    "We've been on this merry-go-round for some time now," Harvey Longboat, one of the chiefs, said after the meeting.

    He said that during the short ...

  • "What's this about good neighbors?"
    TextNewspaper  Gawithra, Publication Title Unknown, 1994     What's This About Good Neighbors?

    Brantford's city councillors put on quite a show on April 4. Their whining performance might have elicited sympathy from viewers unacquainted with the background issues of the sewer line project but, speaking for myself, I say it ...

    TextNewspaper  Gawithra, Publication Title Unknown, 1994   What's This About Good Neighbors?

    Brantford's city councillors put on quite a show on April 4. Their whining performance might have elicited sympathy from viewers unacquainted with the ...

  • "Six Nations fish fry a yearly tradition"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, Summer 1993     "Six Nations elders enjoyed a fish fry on Wednesday at Chiefswood Park."
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, Summer 1993   "Six Nations elders enjoyed a fish fry on Wednesday at Chiefswood Park."
  • "Natives claim being 'set up' for blame in copter shooting"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 28 Aug 1993     "Natives occupying a military base have been "set up" to take the blame for a bullet that was fired at a Canadian Forces helicopter this week, their acting chief said Wednesday."
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 28 Aug 1993   "Natives occupying a military base have been "set up" to take the blame for a bullet that was fired at a Canadian Forces helicopter this week, their acting chief said ...
  • "Excitement grows for city film-maker"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 15 Sep 1993     Excitement grows for city film-maker

    Brantford artist Shelly Niro is definitely underwhelmed - for someone who's film is showing at one of North America's top film festivals.

    At least, she's trying to be. "I'm trying to remain detached," the 39-year-old ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 15 Sep 1993   Excitement grows for city film-maker

    Brantford artist Shelly Niro is definitely underwhelmed - for someone who's film is showing at one of North America's top film festivals.

    At ...

  • "Seneca burial site purchased"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 4 Oct 1993     Seneca burial site purchased

    TORONTO (CP) - A native burial ground is suburban Scarborough is being purchased for $2.6 million by the provincial and federal governments.

    The Bead Hill National Historic Site, adjacent to Rouge Valley parklands, is considered ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 4 Oct 1993   Seneca burial site purchased

    TORONTO (CP) - A native burial ground is suburban Scarborough is being purchased for $2.6 million by the provincial and federal governments.

    The Bead ...

  • "ANCC stresses education from Native view"
    TextNewspaper  Pogue, Carolyn, Publication Title Unknown, Jun 1993     "Walking slowly, singing a journeying song, members of the Grand Council of the All Native Circle Conference (ANCC) began their annual meeting with a procession of 120 across a field to circle the sacred fire site. When the flames caught, participants were invited to place ashes from last year's fire ...
    TextNewspaper  Pogue, Carolyn, Publication Title Unknown, Jun 1993   "Walking slowly, singing a journeying song, members of the Grand Council of the All Native Circle Conference (ANCC) began their annual meeting with a procession of 120 across a field ...
  • "Natives saluting special UN year"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 2 Dec 1993     Natives saluting special UN year Dec 2

    Local and national native performers will be showcased in a celebration of native culture and talent Friday night.

    The Spirit Lives - an evening of entertainment saluting the International Year of Indigenous Peoples - is ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 2 Dec 1993   Natives saluting special UN year Dec 2

    Local and national native performers will be showcased in a celebration of native culture and talent Friday night.

    The Spirit Lives ...

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