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  • Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet -No. 7 -Historic Buildings
    TextPublication       Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 7 in a multi-part series collects poetry and other writings centered around the subject of historic Ontario buildings.
    TextPublication     Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 7 in a multi-part series collects poetry and other writings centered around the subject of historic Ontario buildings.
  • Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet -No. 12 -The Battle of Fort George
    TextPublication       Pamphlet on War of 1812 history published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 12 in a multi-part series is a historical narrative tracing The Battle of Fort George.
    TextPublication     Pamphlet on War of 1812 history published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 12 in a multi-part series is a historical narrative tracing The Battle of Fort George.
  • Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet -No.41 -Historic Letters and Documents from Niagara -1790-1792
    TextPublication       Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 41 in a multi-part series collects historic letters and documents spanning the years 1790 to 1792.
    TextPublication     Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 41 in a multi-part series collects historic letters and documents spanning the years 1790 to 1792.
  • Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet -No.42 -Historic Niagara Documents -1805-1811
    TextPublication       Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 42 in a multi-part series collects documents relating to Niagara history from the period leading up to the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 42 in a multi-part series collects documents relating to Niagara history from the period leading up to the War of 1812.
  • "The Building of the Six Nations Arena"
    Text       Beginnings The Building of the Six Nations Arena Opened May 24th 1973

    Introduction

    These few lines are written to tell the younger generation, and perhaps some of our older people who have forgotten how, and why, the ...

    Text     Beginnings The Building of the Six Nations Arena Opened May 24th 1973

    Introduction

    These few lines are written to tell the younger generation, and ...

  • "Study of Health Assessment and Risk Evaluation in Aboriginal Peoples"
    Text       "The Study of Health Assessment and Risk Evaluation in Aboriginal Peoples (SHARE-AP) was a joint effort between the Six Nations Health Committee and McMaster University. The purpose of this project was to determine the risk factors for heart disease and stroke among the Six Nations people of Ohsweken. The program ...
    Text     "The Study of Health Assessment and Risk Evaluation in Aboriginal Peoples (SHARE-AP) was a joint effort between the Six Nations Health Committee and McMaster University. The purpose of this project ...
  • Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet -No. 4 -Memorials to United Empire Loyalists
    TextPublication       Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 4 in a multi-part series collects speeches and articles on the subject of Empire Loyalist memorials.
    TextPublication     Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 4 in a multi-part series collects speeches and articles on the subject of Empire Loyalist memorials.
  • Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet -No. 3 -Battle of Stoney Creek & The Blockade of Fort George
    TextPublication       Pamphlet on War of 1812 history published by the Niagara Historical Society. Subjects covered include the Battle of Stoney Creek and the Blockade of Fort George.
    TextPublication     Pamphlet on War of 1812 history published by the Niagara Historical Society. Subjects covered include the Battle of Stoney Creek and the Blockade of Fort George.
  • War of 1812 Series (62): Women and War
    TextPublication       Sixty-Second in a 62 part series, Women and War describes how women often suffered the most from the violence of the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Sixty-Second in a 62 part series, Women and War describes how women often suffered the most from the violence of the War of 1812.
  • War of 1812 Series (61): Weapons of War
    TextPublication       Sixty-First in a 62 part series, Weapons of War describes the Haudenosaunee’s use of various weapons of war during the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Sixty-First in a 62 part series, Weapons of War describes the Haudenosaunee’s use of various weapons of war during the War of 1812.
  • War of 1812 Series (60): Tuscarora Heroes
    TextPublication       Sixtieth in a 62 part series, Tuscarora Heroes describes a series of battles during 1813 involving Tuscarora warriors.
    TextPublication     Sixtieth in a 62 part series, Tuscarora Heroes describes a series of battles during 1813 involving Tuscarora warriors.
  • War of 1812 Series (59): The Last Taste of War - General McArthur's Raid
    TextPublication       Fifty-Ninth in a 62 part series, The Last Taste of War - General McArthur's Raid describes the November, 1814 battle led by General Duncan McArthur, which was one of the last major military assaults of the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Fifty-Ninth in a 62 part series, The Last Taste of War - General McArthur's Raid describes the November, 1814 battle led by General Duncan McArthur, which was one of the ...
  • War of 1812 Series (58): Military Legacy
    TextPublication       Fifty-Eight in a 62 part series, Military Legacy describes the symbolic meaning of the images depicted in the present-day Haudenosaunee Confederacy council of Chiefs letterhead logo.
    TextPublication     Fifty-Eight in a 62 part series, Military Legacy describes the symbolic meaning of the images depicted in the present-day Haudenosaunee Confederacy council of Chiefs letterhead logo.
  • War of 1812 Series (57): Land Legacy-Broken Promises
    TextPublication       Fifty-Seventh in a 62 part series, Land Legacy: Broken Promises is an anecdotal narrative describing how British officials frequently failed to fulfil the promises they made to Native warriors and Chiefs regarding material compensation for their participation in the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Fifty-Seventh in a 62 part series, Land Legacy: Broken Promises is an anecdotal narrative describing how British officials frequently failed to fulfil the promises they made to Native warriors and ...
  • War of 1812 Series (56): Who Won the War
    TextPublication       Fifty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Who Won the War is a reflective discourse considering what has been the true legacy of the War of 1812 for the Native community.
    TextPublication     Fifty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Who Won the War is a reflective discourse considering what has been the true legacy of the War of 1812 for the Native community.
  • War of 1812 Series (55): Royal Connections
    TextPublication       Fifty-fifth in a 62 part series, Royal Connections describes the 1869 event when the Grand River Chiefs give Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught, a new title - Kar-a-kon-dye– meaning “The Sun Flying,” thereby making him a Chief in their Council.
    TextPublication     Fifty-fifth in a 62 part series, Royal Connections describes the 1869 event when the Grand River Chiefs give Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught, a new title - Kar-a-kon-dye– meaning ...
  • War of 1812 Series (54): 1912 Remembering
    TextPublication       Fifty-Fourth in a 62 part series, 1912 Remembering excerpts a speech given by Mohawk Chief A. G. Smith at the rededication of the Brock Monument in 1912
    TextPublication     Fifty-Fourth in a 62 part series, 1912 Remembering excerpts a speech given by Mohawk Chief A. G. Smith at the rededication of the Brock Monument in 1912
  • War of 1812 Series (53): Dispossess by the Allies
    TextPublication       Fifty-Third in a 62 part series, Dispossess by the Allies describes the displacement of Seneca and Cayuga Nation populations from Ohio.
    TextPublication     Fifty-Third in a 62 part series, Dispossess by the Allies describes the displacement of Seneca and Cayuga Nation populations from Ohio.
  • War of 1812 Series (52): Tehcumtheh's Betrayal
    TextPublication       Fifty-Second in a 62 part series, Tehcumtheh’s Betrayal describes the circumstances leading up to Tecumseh death on the battlefield on October 5, 1813
    TextPublication     Fifty-Second in a 62 part series, Tehcumtheh’s Betrayal describes the circumstances leading up to Tecumseh death on the battlefield on October 5, 1813
  • War of 1812 Series (51): The Unresolved Peace
    TextPublication       Fifty-First in a 62 part series, The Unresolved Peace describes the controversial legacy of Native Treaties such as the Treaty of Ghent (1815) and the Jay Treaty (1794)
    TextPublication     Fifty-First in a 62 part series, The Unresolved Peace describes the controversial legacy of Native Treaties such as the Treaty of Ghent (1815) and the Jay Treaty (1794)
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