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  • "Struggle for Acceptance Continues"
    Newspapermystery       "Tom Hill thinks he's slowly but surely winning his 20-year battle to make Indian art "acceptable.""
    Newspapermystery     "Tom Hill thinks he's slowly but surely winning his 20-year battle to make Indian art "acceptable.""
  • "Woodland Displaying Chee Chee Collection"
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  • "Six Nations Has Rich History"
    Newspapermystery       "The Six Nations have a rich cultural heritage and proud history which has been handed down from generation to generation."
    Newspapermystery     "The Six Nations have a rich cultural heritage and proud history which has been handed down from generation to generation."
  • "Indian Relics Uncovered by 'Dig' Team"
    Newspapermystery       "I found myself standing in awe on the ground of an Iroquois cabin site dating back to 1620 or 1630 and a small Neutral Indian campground recently unearthed in Langford. I had the opportunity to meet with regional archeologist Paul Lennox of London, who is with the Ministry of Transportation. ...
    Newspapermystery     "I found myself standing in awe on the ground of an Iroquois cabin site dating back to 1620 or 1630 and a small Neutral Indian campground recently unearthed in Langford. ...
  • "Six Nations Celebration Attracts Thousands Despite Weather"
    Newspaper       "Rain and cold weather on Monday didn't stop thousands of people from attending the Six Nations Independence Day celebrations."
    Newspaper     "Rain and cold weather on Monday didn't stop thousands of people from attending the Six Nations Independence Day celebrations."
  • "Radio Play Will Tell Story of Pauline Johnson"
    Newspapermystery       "The life of famous Six Nations native poet and recitalist, Emily Pauline Johnson, will be the subject of an episode in the CBC Radio drama series called Cranks."
    Newspapermystery     "The life of famous Six Nations native poet and recitalist, Emily Pauline Johnson, will be the subject of an episode in the CBC Radio drama series called Cranks."
  • "Powwow Helps Young Regain Native Identity"
    Newspapermystery       "Mississaugas of the New Credit have been stripped of their identity and culture for the past century. Leaders on the reserve have recently become frustrated with the situation and now "the push is on" to educate people about their heritage."
    Newspapermystery     "Mississaugas of the New Credit have been stripped of their identity and culture for the past century. Leaders on the reserve have recently become frustrated with the situation and now ...
  • "Fascinating History Relived at Powwow"
    Newspapermystery       "The Six Nations Reserve, now known as The Six Nations of the Grand River, located 15 miles southeast of Brantford, is the only reserve in North America that has each of the Iroquois Nations represented: Mohawk Nation-People of the Flint; Onondaga Nation-People of the Hills; Seneca Nation-People of the Great ...
    Newspapermystery     "The Six Nations Reserve, now known as The Six Nations of the Grand River, located 15 miles southeast of Brantford, is the only reserve in North America that has each ...
  • "Native Craftsman's Jewelry Fascinates, Attracts Buyers"
    Newspapermystery       "Wolf Runner said he was just working. but it was a performance, and people around the table were fascinated."
    Newspapermystery     "Wolf Runner said he was just working. but it was a performance, and people around the table were fascinated."
  • "'Can Taste the Wild' in Buffalo Burgers Served at Chiefswood"
    Newspapermystery       "Buffalo Burgers-$3. For anyone wanting traditional native food, hit and fast, Gary Lafontaine's stand was one of many serving it at the Grand River Champion of Champions Powwow at Chiefswood Park during the weekend."
    Newspapermystery     "Buffalo Burgers-$3. For anyone wanting traditional native food, hit and fast, Gary Lafontaine's stand was one of many serving it at the Grand River Champion of Champions Powwow at Chiefswood ...
  • "Chiefswood Park Powwow"
    Newspapermystery       "Although their costumes and the songs and dances they performed were drawn from their heritage, there was much to remind them of how life has changed."
    Newspapermystery     "Although their costumes and the songs and dances they performed were drawn from their heritage, there was much to remind them of how life has changed."
  • "Open New Bridge"
    Newspaper       "The $64,000 MacKenzie Creek Bridge was officially opened by members of the Six Nations Council Thursday."
    Newspaper     "The $64,000 MacKenzie Creek Bridge was officially opened by members of the Six Nations Council Thursday."
  • "Window Pageant"
    Newspaper       "The last three of eight windows depicting the Six Nations Indians' history and their settlement in Canada will be unveiled at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks on Sunday, May 27."
    Newspaper     "The last three of eight windows depicting the Six Nations Indians' history and their settlement in Canada will be unveiled at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks on Sunday, May ...
  • "500 See Window Dedication"
    Newspaper       "A stained glass window bearing the cipher of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was one of three unveiled and dedicated Sunday at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks."
    Newspaper     "A stained glass window bearing the cipher of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was one of three unveiled and dedicated Sunday at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks."
  • "All Eight Windows"
    Newspaper       "All eight windows depicting Six Nations history are now in place in H. M. Chapel of the Mohawks.
    Newspaper     "All eight windows depicting Six Nations history are now in place in H. M. Chapel of the Mohawks.
  • "Anybody Want an Ugly 15-Foot Indian Mask?"
    Newspaper       "An Iroquois medicine mask that has come to be a trade mark of the Brant Historical Society Museum may soon have a new home in another city."
    Newspaper     "An Iroquois medicine mask that has come to be a trade mark of the Brant Historical Society Museum may soon have a new home in another city."
  • "Case of Indian Baby May Force Act Change"
    Newspaper       "A Six Nations mother's illegitimate year-old baby boy may unknowingly help to amend the Indian Act."
    Newspaper     "A Six Nations mother's illegitimate year-old baby boy may unknowingly help to amend the Indian Act."
  • "Centennial Costume"
    Newspaper       "Mrs. Howard Disher, past president of the Brant Historical Society, models a dress which belonged to Pauline Johnson's mother."
    Newspaper     "Mrs. Howard Disher, past president of the Brant Historical Society, models a dress which belonged to Pauline Johnson's mother."
  • "Chief Asks No-Strings Indian Vote"
    Newspaper       "A federal vote for the Indian without any strings attached was urged Tuesday before the joint Commons-Senate committee studying Indian affairs."
    Newspaper     "A federal vote for the Indian without any strings attached was urged Tuesday before the joint Commons-Senate committee studying Indian affairs."
  • "Chiefswood Curator"
    Newspaper       "Mrs. Arnold D. Hill is the curator of Chiefswood. On Weekends and holidays Mrs. Hill is busy guiding tourists through the Johnson home. But on weekdays she has time to talk with visitors, not only about Chiefswood and Pauline Johnson, but also about Indians and their way of life."
    Newspaper     "Mrs. Arnold D. Hill is the curator of Chiefswood. On Weekends and holidays Mrs. Hill is busy guiding tourists through the Johnson home. But on weekdays she has time to ...
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