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  • "Operating Ohsweken Post Office Has Long Been Family Tradition"
    Newspapermystery  Jarvis, Anne, Brantford Expositor, 22 May 1987     "The people, the places, the history, the lore-Winona Johnson can tell stories about the Six Nations Reserve because her family has worked in the heart of the community, at the post office since it opened in 1873."
    Newspapermystery  Jarvis, Anne, Brantford Expositor, 22 May 1987   "The people, the places, the history, the lore-Winona Johnson can tell stories about the Six Nations Reserve because her family has worked in the heart of the community, at the ...
  • "Country Blues Band Has First Single Record"
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, Summer 1987     "The first single country blues band, The Breeze, will blow into record stores next month. The 45-rpm record will feature two of the band's original songs, Baby, You're My Good Thing and I've Been Crying in My Sleep. Both songs were written by the band's lead vocalist Murray Porter."
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, Summer 1987   "The first single country blues band, The Breeze, will blow into record stores next month. The 45-rpm record will feature two of the band's original songs, Baby, You're My Good ...
  • "New Police Station on Reserve Opened"
    Newspaper  Livick, Howard, Brantford Expositor, Spring 1988     "The new police station on the Six Nations Indian Reserve opened on Friday. The 4,100-square-foot $360,000 building behind the band office was designed by a band member Mike Hill, an architect in Hamilton, and built by the band's public works department."
    Newspaper  Livick, Howard, Brantford Expositor, Spring 1988   "The new police station on the Six Nations Indian Reserve opened on Friday. The 4,100-square-foot $360,000 building behind the band office was designed by a band member Mike Hill, an ...
  • "Six Nations Still Waiting for Claim to be Accepted"
    Newspapermystery       "Land in East Hawkesbury and Innis townships must be the most valuable in Canada, Phil Monture figures."
    Newspapermystery     "Land in East Hawkesbury and Innis townships must be the most valuable in Canada, Phil Monture figures."
  • "Police Force on Six Nations Called "Historic First Model" by Ontario's Solicitor General"
    Newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, Brantford Expositor, Spring 1989     "Const. Misti Anthony was sworn in Monday as the first native female officer on the Six Nations Police Force."
    Newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, Brantford Expositor, Spring 1989   "Const. Misti Anthony was sworn in Monday as the first native female officer on the Six Nations Police Force."
  • "Film's Stars Here For Sunday Premiere"
    Newspaper  Green, Richard G., Brantford Expositor, Spring 1989     "For five days, Brantford will be ahead of the rest of Canada, so to speak. Powwow Highway, a Handmade Film produced by former Beatle George Harrison, will have its premiere at Eaton Market Square on Sunday."
    Newspaper  Green, Richard G., Brantford Expositor, Spring 1989   "For five days, Brantford will be ahead of the rest of Canada, so to speak. Powwow Highway, a Handmade Film produced by former Beatle George Harrison, will have its premiere ...
  • "Native Solidarity Day Brings Indians Together"
    Newspaper  Sinnott, Janet, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1989     "At least 300 native Canadians got a taste of Indian life as a community at the Native (Onkwehonwe) Solidarity Day Festival at Chiefswood Park on Wednesday."
    Newspaper  Sinnott, Janet, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1989   "At least 300 native Canadians got a taste of Indian life as a community at the Native (Onkwehonwe) Solidarity Day Festival at Chiefswood Park on Wednesday."
  • "Boycott May Last Till December"
    Newspaper  Smith, Christopher, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "It may be December before 1,200 children on the Six Nations reserve can start school, Chief Coun. William Montour said Monday."
    Newspaper  Smith, Christopher, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "It may be December before 1,200 children on the Six Nations reserve can start school, Chief Coun. William Montour said Monday."
  • "Six Nations S.S. No. 5 students, Sonya General and Elliot Doxtator were presented within winning awards..."
    Newspapermystery       "Six Nations S.S. No. 5 Students, Sonya General and Elliot Doxtator were presented with winning awards in the Royal Canadian Legion literary contest by Hagersville Branch 164 youth education chairman, John Maggio and branch president, Howard Stribell."
    Newspapermystery     "Six Nations S.S. No. 5 Students, Sonya General and Elliot Doxtator were presented with winning awards in the Royal Canadian Legion literary contest by Hagersville Branch 164 youth education chairman, ...
  • "Iroquois Called People of Longhouse"
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, 1989     "The Six Nations Iroquois have often been called the People of the Longhouse. The original reason for this was because the Iroquoian people lived in long houses. Not just the Six Nations but the Hurons, Petuns (Tobacco Indians) and the Neutrals of southern Ontario all lived in longhouses."
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, 1989   "The Six Nations Iroquois have often been called the People of the Longhouse. The original reason for this was because the Iroquoian people lived in long houses. Not just the ...
  • "Six Nations Woman to be Ombudsman"
    Newspapermystery       "A Six Nations woman will be Ontario's new ombudsman. Government courses confirmed Friday that the job will go to Robtera Jamieson, the first native woman in Canada to receive a law degree."
    Newspapermystery     "A Six Nations woman will be Ontario's new ombudsman. Government courses confirmed Friday that the job will go to Robtera Jamieson, the first native woman in Canada to receive a ...
  • "Roberta Jamieson, Ontario's Ombudsman Ready for Challenge"
    Newspaper  Gallagher, Beth, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "As Roberta Jamieson sits at a picnic table outside her cedar home on the Six Nations reserve she takes a drink of her coffee and begins to tell a bit about the woman who would be ombudsman."
    Newspaper  Gallagher, Beth, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "As Roberta Jamieson sits at a picnic table outside her cedar home on the Six Nations reserve she takes a drink of her coffee and begins to tell a bit ...
  • "Business Complex"
    Newspaper  Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "Workmen from the Six Nations Reserve public works department are in the final stages of closing in the new Eagle's Nest Business complex."
    Newspaper  Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "Workmen from the Six Nations Reserve public works department are in the final stages of closing in the new Eagle's Nest Business complex."
  • "Baby Beauty"
    Newspaper  Livick, Howard, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1985     "Burgandi Martin, of the Six Nations Reserve, flashed a wimming smile Saturday when she was selected as the Most Typical Indian Baby at the annual Six Nations Fall Fair."
    Newspaper  Livick, Howard, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1985   "Burgandi Martin, of the Six Nations Reserve, flashed a wimming smile Saturday when she was selected as the Most Typical Indian Baby at the annual Six Nations Fall Fair."
  • "'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 ...
  • "Six Nations Fair Featured New Events"
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1988     "This year's Six Nations Indian Fair was different in two ways than previous years. First, there was an Indian powwow on Saturday and Sunday. This was popular with those who come to this particular fair to see Indian dancing. The other difference was a motocross, which features motorcyles."
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1988   "This year's Six Nations Indian Fair was different in two ways than previous years. First, there was an Indian powwow on Saturday and Sunday. This was popular with those who ...
  • "Her Quilts Combine Beauty and Culture"
    Newspaper  Jarvis, Anne, Brantford Expositor, 29 Aug 1987     "Sun, moon and stars are splashed together in the sky. Lightning strikes, rain falls and fire burns. Vines and flowers flourish on the earth. The world is created. On a quilt."
    Newspaper  Jarvis, Anne, Brantford Expositor, 29 Aug 1987   "Sun, moon and stars are splashed together in the sky. Lightning strikes, rain falls and fire burns. Vines and flowers flourish on the earth. The world is created. On a ...
  • "Frustrating Task of Claiming Land"
    Newspapermystery       "The federal government's protection of native interests, pledged in treaty after treaty, as been about as secure as a slab of Swiss cheese."
    Newspapermystery     "The federal government's protection of native interests, pledged in treaty after treaty, as been about as secure as a slab of Swiss cheese."
  • "Mohawks Not at Meeting"
    Newspapermystery       "Regarding your story of Sept. 7, "Men patrolling reserve warned not to act as police." This is a notice to all residents of Six Nations and any concerned parties. The Mohawk Nation of the Six Nations Confederacy council were not made aware of a council meeting on Aug. 13, nor ...
    Newspapermystery     "Regarding your story of Sept. 7, "Men patrolling reserve warned not to act as police." This is a notice to all residents of Six Nations and any concerned parties. The ...
  • "Special Awards"
    Newspaper  Garlow, Dennis, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), Summer 1981     "Mrs. Agnes Lickers was presented with an Award of Merit by the Six Nations Fair Board for thirty years of dedicated service. Mrs. Lickers is a retired school teacher, retired from the Six Nations education system."
    Newspaper  Garlow, Dennis, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), Summer 1981   "Mrs. Agnes Lickers was presented with an Award of Merit by the Six Nations Fair Board for thirty years of dedicated service. Mrs. Lickers is a retired school teacher, retired ...
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