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  • War of 1812 Series (19): Norton’s War Dance
    TextPublication       Nineteenth in a 62 part series, Norton’s War Dance describes John Norton’s participation in a traditional native war dance.
    TextPublication     Nineteenth in a 62 part series, Norton’s War Dance describes John Norton’s participation in a traditional native war dance.
  • War of 1812 Series (20): Realities and Stereotypes
    TextPublication       Twentieth in a 62 part series, Realities and Stereotypes describes the negative racial stereotypes of natives which existed in American and British political cartoon of the early 19th century
    TextPublication     Twentieth in a 62 part series, Realities and Stereotypes describes the negative racial stereotypes of natives which existed in American and British political cartoon of the early 19th century
  • War of 1812 Series (21): Scalping and Torture
    TextPublication       Twenty-First in a 62 part series, Scalping and Torture describes the use of scalp mutilation in the War of 1812. Employed primarily as a tool of intimidation and psychological warfare by all sides in the conflict
    TextPublication     Twenty-First in a 62 part series, Scalping and Torture describes the use of scalp mutilation in the War of 1812. Employed primarily as a tool of intimidation and psychological warfare ...
  • War of 1812 Series (22): Financial Incentives
    TextPublication       Twenty-Second in a 62 part series, Financial Incentives describes the system British officials had instituted to financially reimburse native warriors and the widows of deceased warriors for losses they had incurred on the battlefield during the War of 1812
    TextPublication     Twenty-Second in a 62 part series, Financial Incentives describes the system British officials had instituted to financially reimburse native warriors and the widows of deceased warriors for losses they had ...
  • War of 1812 Series (23): Peace Council at Amherstburg
    TextPublication       Twenty-Third in a 62 part series, Peace Council at Amherstburg excerpts the speech given by British Lt. Col. Reginald James in front of the Council of Western Nations on September 14, 1815. The speeches purpose was to thank the Native Warriors and Chiefs for their service in the War of ...
    TextPublication     Twenty-Third in a 62 part series, Peace Council at Amherstburg excerpts the speech given by British Lt. Col. Reginald James in front of the Council of Western Nations on September ...
  • War of 1812 Series (24): Great Merit is Due
    TextPublication       Twenty-Fourth in a 62 part series, Great Merit is Due Excerpts quotes from letters by British military leaders acknowledging the enormous role Native Warriors had in ensuring a victory over American forces in the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Twenty-Fourth in a 62 part series, Great Merit is Due Excerpts quotes from letters by British military leaders acknowledging the enormous role Native Warriors had in ensuring a victory over ...
  • War of 1812 Series (25): 1815 Peace Council at Fort George
    TextPublication       Twenty-Fifth in a 62 part series, 1815 Peace Council at Fort George describes events of the 1815 Peace Council meeting held in Fort George. In attendance where representatives from various Six Nations groups, including The Senecas, Onondagas and Cayugas from Buffalo Creek, The Tonawanda, Allegheny and members of the Grand ...
    TextPublication     Twenty-Fifth in a 62 part series, 1815 Peace Council at Fort George describes events of the 1815 Peace Council meeting held in Fort George. In attendance where representatives from various ...
  • War of 1812 Series (26): He Fires, Then Retires
    TextPublication       Twenty-Sixth in a 62 part series, He Fires, Then Retires is a description by British Lt. James FitzGibbon of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) warriors fighting tactics in the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Twenty-Sixth in a 62 part series, He Fires, Then Retires is a description by British Lt. James FitzGibbon of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) warriors fighting tactics in the War of ...
  • War of 1812 Series (27): Eyewitness to 1813 Victory at Beaver Dams
    TextPublication       Twenty-Seventh in a 62 part series, Eyewitness to 1813 Victory at Beaver Dams is Officer Dominque Ducharme’s fist hand account of the Mohawk Warrior victory over the Americans in the 1813 Battle of Beaver Dams.
    TextPublication     Twenty-Seventh in a 62 part series, Eyewitness to 1813 Victory at Beaver Dams is Officer Dominque Ducharme’s fist hand account of the Mohawk Warrior victory over the Americans in the ...
  • War of 1812 Series (28): Hodinohson:ni Stratagem
    TextPublication       Twenty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Hodinohson:ni Stratagem describes the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) Warriors use of ruses of war (known as stratagem) on their opponents in battle
    TextPublication     Twenty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Hodinohson:ni Stratagem describes the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) Warriors use of ruses of war (known as stratagem) on their opponents in battle
  • War of 1812 Series (29): Teyoninhokarawen - Hero or Instigator
    TextPublication       Twenty-Ninth in a 62 part series, Teyoninhokarawen - Hero or Instigator is a discourse on John Norton’s role in the War of 1812
    TextPublication     Twenty-Ninth in a 62 part series, Teyoninhokarawen - Hero or Instigator is a discourse on John Norton’s role in the War of 1812
  • War of 1812 Series (30): Victory at Beaver Dams
    TextPublication       Thirtieth in a 62 part series, Victory at Beaver Dams describes how Mohawk and Grand River warriors defeated their American opponents in the Battle of Beaver Dams
    TextPublication     Thirtieth in a 62 part series, Victory at Beaver Dams describes how Mohawk and Grand River warriors defeated their American opponents in the Battle of Beaver Dams
  • War of 1812 Series (31): 1876 Reconciliation at Letchworth
    TextPublication       Thirty-First in a 62 part series, 1876 Reconciliation at Letchworth describes the historic 1876 council meeting in which leaders from the Mohawk and Seneca Nations attempted to repatriate
    TextPublication     Thirty-First in a 62 part series, 1876 Reconciliation at Letchworth describes the historic 1876 council meeting in which leaders from the Mohawk and Seneca Nations attempted to repatriate
  • War of 1812 Series (32): Lundy’s Lane
    TextPublication       Thirty-Second in a 62 part series, Lundy's Lane describes one of the bloodiest battles of the War of 1812
    TextPublication     Thirty-Second in a 62 part series, Lundy's Lane describes one of the bloodiest battles of the War of 1812
  • War of 1812 Series (33): Pledge of the Crown Wampum Belt
    TextPublication       Thirty-Third in a 62 part series, Pledge of the Crown Wampum Belt describes a wampum belt created by the British to represent the ongoing relationship with the Native community after the war
    TextPublication     Thirty-Third in a 62 part series, Pledge of the Crown Wampum Belt describes a wampum belt created by the British to represent the ongoing relationship with the Native community after ...
  • War of 1812 Series (34): Legend of Laura Secord - True of False
    TextPublication       Thirty-Fourth in a 62 part series, Legend of Laura Secord: True or False? is an analytical discourse examining Laura Secord’s role in warning the British of an impending American military attack
    TextPublication     Thirty-Fourth in a 62 part series, Legend of Laura Secord: True or False? is an analytical discourse examining Laura Secord’s role in warning the British of an impending American military ...
  • War of 1812 Series (35): Condolence for General Brock
    TextPublication       Thirty-Fifth in a 62 part series, Condolence for General Brock describes a Council of Condolence which was held for General Brock at the Indian Council House at Fort George on November 6, 1812.
    TextPublication     Thirty-Fifth in a 62 part series, Condolence for General Brock describes a Council of Condolence which was held for General Brock at the Indian Council House at Fort George on ...
  • War of 1812 Series (36): Deadliest Day of the War at Chippawa
    TextPublication       Thirty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Deadliest Day of the War at Chippawa describes the deadliest day of the War of 1812
    TextPublication     Thirty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Deadliest Day of the War at Chippawa describes the deadliest day of the War of 1812
  • War of 1812 Series (37): Internal Dissent
    TextPublication       Thirty-Seventh in a 62 part series, Internal Dissent describes how the Six Nations Confederacy Chiefs created a list of community members who they felt were disloyal to the crown.
    TextPublication     Thirty-Seventh in a 62 part series, Internal Dissent describes how the Six Nations Confederacy Chiefs created a list of community members who they felt were disloyal to the crown.
  • War of 1812 Series (38): Peace Council at Burlington Heights
    TextPublication       Thirty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Peace Council at Burlington Heights, Describes the events of the Peace Council meeting at Burlington Heights on April 24, 1815
    TextPublication     Thirty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Peace Council at Burlington Heights, Describes the events of the Peace Council meeting at Burlington Heights on April 24, 1815
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First Nations, Metis, Inuit, Aboriginal (Canada)