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  • "Native Women Fight Stereotypes as Objects of Europeans' Desire"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery       "In popular culture, native women and sex are as inseparable as cops and robbers, says the director of a native museum in New Mexico."
    NewspaperPublicationmystery     "In popular culture, native women and sex are as inseparable as cops and robbers, says the director of a native museum in New Mexico."
  • "Happy Trails"
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  • "Brantford Writers' Circle"
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  • "Mrs. Mary Monture, the eldest citizen of the Six Nations Reservation..."
    Newspapermystery       "Mrs. Mary Monture, the eldest citizen of the Six Nation's Reservation, celebrated her 102nd birthday on Monday, January 28, 1986. born in the winter of 1884, Mrs. Monture has lived her entire life on the Reserve and now resides at the Iroquois Lodge Nursing Home in Ohsweken."
    Newspapermystery     "Mrs. Mary Monture, the eldest citizen of the Six Nation's Reservation, celebrated her 102nd birthday on Monday, January 28, 1986. born in the winter of 1884, Mrs. Monture has lived ...
  • "Little Encouragement to go to University"
    NewspaperPublication       "When Nancy Maracle started high school, all she wanted to do was get out and get a job. University wasn't part of the plan."
    NewspaperPublication     "When Nancy Maracle started high school, all she wanted to do was get out and get a job. University wasn't part of the plan."
  • "Natives Dispute Band Membership"
    NewspaperPublication       "In defiance of one of Canada's most powerful Indian leaders, Ned Gladue set foot on land Saturday that he lost to the whim of an Indian agent 50 years ago."
    NewspaperPublication     "In defiance of one of Canada's most powerful Indian leaders, Ned Gladue set foot on land Saturday that he lost to the whim of an Indian agent 50 years ago."
  • "Woman and Four Children"
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  • "Men and Women Around Table"
    Imagemystery       Men and Women sitting around a table.
    Imagemystery     Men and Women sitting around a table.
  • "Island Protest"
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  • "Pat Piche"
    NewspaperImage       "Pat Piche's designs feature native-influenced appliques made of fabric or leather stitched into garments."
    NewspaperImage     "Pat Piche's designs feature native-influenced appliques made of fabric or leather stitched into garments."
  • "Six Nations Leaders Divided on Idea of Native Owned Casino"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery       "Some see it as an ideal jolt for a lacklustre economy, but casino gambling does not appeal to all Six Nations leaders."
    NewspaperPublicationmystery     "Some see it as an ideal jolt for a lacklustre economy, but casino gambling does not appeal to all Six Nations leaders."
  • "Mohawks Protest Proposal for Self-Government Talks"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery       "Mohawks carrying placecards saying "No to self government" had harsh words on Wednesday for Grand Chief Joe Norton as they protested outside the band council office at the Kahnawake reserve."
    NewspaperPublicationmystery     "Mohawks carrying placecards saying "No to self government" had harsh words on Wednesday for Grand Chief Joe Norton as they protested outside the band council office at the Kahnawake reserve."
  • "Women Told to Fight to Protect Babies From Contamination"
    NewspaperPublication       "For babies the mother is the first environment, a native environmentalist says."
    NewspaperPublication     "For babies the mother is the first environment, a native environmentalist says."
  • "Joseph Brant Faced Problems in Canada"
    NewspaperPublication       "Last week, in tribute to the 250th anniversary of Joseph Brant's birth, this column looked at some of the details of his life, up to settlement along the Grand River. Although many of the Six Nations took up land near Brantford, others preferred to follow John Deserontyon to land near ...
    NewspaperPublication     "Last week, in tribute to the 250th anniversary of Joseph Brant's birth, this column looked at some of the details of his life, up to settlement along the Grand River. ...
  • "Legend of Great White Pine"
    Newspapermystery       "Long, long before Alan Pope conceived the idea of introducing legislation which would name the white pine as Ontario's official tree, long before the Europeans arrived to discover that the wood from this majestic tree was ideally suited for almost every need from furniture to tools to the masts of ...
    Newspapermystery     "Long, long before Alan Pope conceived the idea of introducing legislation which would name the white pine as Ontario's official tree, long before the Europeans arrived to discover that the ...
  • "Band Council's Rejection of Disintegrator could be costly"
    NewspaperPublication       "The decision to pull out of a multi-million dollar agreement with Kearns International Ltd. for a waste incineration unity known as the Kearns Disintegrator Solid Waste Disposal System could cost the Six Nations community even more than anticipated."
    NewspaperPublication     "The decision to pull out of a multi-million dollar agreement with Kearns International Ltd. for a waste incineration unity known as the Kearns Disintegrator Solid Waste Disposal System could cost ...
  • "Second annual Zombie Run raises over $2,000"
    NewspaperPublication       "The second annual Zombie Run at Chiefswood Park raised over $2,000 to help a local family with bills, travel and specialist treatments for their ill baby."
    NewspaperPublication     "The second annual Zombie Run at Chiefswood Park raised over $2,000 to help a local family with bills, travel and specialist treatments for their ill baby."
  • "First Nations rescue British nationals after boat sinks whale watching"
    NewspaperPublication       "The Premier of B.C is praising the First Nations community of Tofino for its fast rescue effort is crediting the community with saving the lives of many sightseers whose whale-watching boat sank late Sunday."
    NewspaperPublication     "The Premier of B.C is praising the First Nations community of Tofino for its fast rescue effort is crediting the community with saving the lives of many sightseers whose whale-watching ...
  • "Six Nations Police station dedicated to late Wellington Staats"
    NewspaperPublication       The legacy of the late former elected chief Wellington Staats will forever live on after the Six Nations Police held a ceremony dedicating the station to the former diplomat, businessman and leader."
    NewspaperPublication     The legacy of the late former elected chief Wellington Staats will forever live on after the Six Nations Police held a ceremony dedicating the station to the former diplomat, businessman ...
  • "Tobacco planting begins on Burtch lands"
    NewspaperPublication       "Despite Ontario's demand that a local farming family stop work on the controversial Burtch lands, a new crop of hundreds of acres of tobacco is going in this week."
    NewspaperPublication     "Despite Ontario's demand that a local farming family stop work on the controversial Burtch lands, a new crop of hundreds of acres of tobacco is going in this week."
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