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  • 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)
  • War of 1812 Series (50): Cleansing the War Belt
    TextPublication       Fiftieth in a 62 part series, Cleansing the War Belt describes the blue coloured Wampum Belt which was being used in Native ceremonies in 1815 to celebrate peace
    TextPublication     Fiftieth in a 62 part series, Cleansing the War Belt describes the blue coloured Wampum Belt which was being used in Native ceremonies in 1815 to celebrate peace
  • War of 1812 Series (49): Sending Peace Belts
    TextPublication       Forty-Ninth in a 62 part series, Sending Peace Belts excerpts Col. William Claus’s 1815 correspondences with Maj. Gen. Frederick Robinson. Claus describes recent Native council meetings which centered around the subject of reconciliation and peace between the various Nations
    TextPublication     Forty-Ninth in a 62 part series, Sending Peace Belts excerpts Col. William Claus’s 1815 correspondences with Maj. Gen. Frederick Robinson. Claus describes recent Native council meetings which centered around the ...
  • War of 1812 Series (48): Sagoyewatha’s Second Peace Plan
    TextPublication       Forty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Sagoyewatha’s Second Peace Plan describes Red Jacket’s proposal to Buffalo Creek chiefs to withdraw from The War of 1812
    TextPublication     Forty-Eighth in a 62 part series, Sagoyewatha’s Second Peace Plan describes Red Jacket’s proposal to Buffalo Creek chiefs to withdraw from The War of 1812
  • War of 1812 Series (47): Their Fame Liveth
    TextPublication       Forty-Seventh in a 62 part series, Their Fame Liveth lists the plaque text which is displayed inside Brock’s monument
    TextPublication     Forty-Seventh in a 62 part series, Their Fame Liveth lists the plaque text which is displayed inside Brock’s monument
  • War of 1812 Series (46): Indians at Queenston Heights, October 13, 1812
    TextPublication       Forty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Indians at Queenston Heights, October 13, 1812 lists the text which can be found inscribed on a memorial to the historic 1812 Battle of Queenston Heights. The memorial is located at the base of the Heights on Queenston Street
    TextPublication     Forty-Sixth in a 62 part series, Indians at Queenston Heights, October 13, 1812 lists the text which can be found inscribed on a memorial to the historic 1812 Battle of ...
  • War of 1812 Series (45): Dominque Ducharme’s Account, 1826
    TextPublication       Forty-Fifth in a 62 part series, Dominque Ducharme’s Account, 1826 is a firsthand account by Dominque Ducharme of a series of battles he witnessed between Native warriors and American soldiers over a two day period
    TextPublication     Forty-Fifth in a 62 part series, Dominque Ducharme’s Account, 1826 is a firsthand account by Dominque Ducharme of a series of battles he witnessed between Native warriors and American soldiers ...
  • War of 1812 Series (44): Norton’s Point of View
    TextPublication       Forty-Fourth in a 62 part series, Norton’s Point of View is an excerpt from the journal of Major John Norton in which he offered the opinion that the American military treated its Native allies in a poorer manner than the British did.
    TextPublication     Forty-Fourth in a 62 part series, Norton’s Point of View is an excerpt from the journal of Major John Norton in which he offered the opinion that the American military ...
  • War of 1812 Series (43): July 11, 1813 1st Raid on Black Rock
    TextPublication       Forty-Third in a 62 part series, July 11, 1813 1st Raid on Black Rock describe the raid by British soldiers of Black Rock on July 11th, 1813
    TextPublication     Forty-Third in a 62 part series, July 11, 1813 1st Raid on Black Rock describe the raid by British soldiers of Black Rock on July 11th, 1813
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First Nations, Metis, Inuit, Aboriginal (Canada)