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  • Anderson Family Reunion 1988
    Image       This is a picture of the Anderson Family Reunion at the Hagersville Park in 1988. Back Row l-r: Anderson, Burton Miller "Burt"; Anderson, Samuel John Howard "Sammy or John"; Greene, Jacqualine "Laurel" Front Row l-r: Cathy (Anderson)Carol; Lynch (Anderson) Marjorie; Anderson (Miller), Minnie; Boren (Anderson) Mildred "Elaine"; Anderson, Maynard "Jick"
    Image     This is a picture of the Anderson Family Reunion at the Hagersville Park in 1988. Back Row l-r: Anderson, Burton Miller "Burt"; Anderson, Samuel John Howard "Sammy or John"; Greene, ...
  • Anderson Family Reunion
    Image       This picture was taken at the park in Hagersville during the Anderson Family Reunion on July 30, 1988. Back Row l-r: Anderson, Burton Miller "Burt"; Anderson, Samuel John Howard "Sammy or John"; Green, Jacqueline "Laurel" (adopted by Sam and Minnie Anderson) Front Row l-r: Cathy (Anderson), Carol; Lynch (Anderson), Marjorie; ...
    Image     This picture was taken at the park in Hagersville during the Anderson Family Reunion on July 30, 1988. Back Row l-r: Anderson, Burton Miller "Burt"; Anderson, Samuel John Howard "Sammy ...
  • "Artist Operates Gallery-Studio"
    Newspaper  Ferguson, Sheila M., Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "Brantford artist Shelley Niro is doing something she has long wanted to do; she is operating an art gallery which also houses her studio. In May of this year, the Niroquois Gallery opened at 318 1/2 Colborne Street in downtown Brantford. Its second exhibition is just now winding down."
    Newspaper  Ferguson, Sheila M., Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "Brantford artist Shelley Niro is doing something she has long wanted to do; she is operating an art gallery which also houses her studio. In May of this year, the ...
  • "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."
  • "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."
  • "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."
  • "'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 ...
  • "Change in Alcohol Law Creates New Challenges for Six Nations"
    Newspapermystery       "Prohibition has ended on the Six Nations Reserve. On Dec. 28, a federal law passed last June came into effect, allowing natives to consume alcohol on reserves and giving their businesses and community organizations the right to apply for liquor licences and special occasion permits."
    Newspapermystery     "Prohibition has ended on the Six Nations Reserve. On Dec. 28, a federal law passed last June came into effect, allowing natives to consume alcohol on reserves and giving their ...
  • "Chiefswood Due for a Renovation"
    NewspaperPublication  Ramsay, Laura, Brantford Expositor, 2 Nov 1983     "Pauline Johnson's house is falling down. However, a plea by Six Nations museum committee chairman John Staats to have Chiefswood's leaking roof reshingled this year was rejected Tuesday night by the band council, which hopes to renovate the entire building as soon as it can find the money."
    NewspaperPublication  Ramsay, Laura, Brantford Expositor, 2 Nov 1983   "Pauline Johnson's house is falling down. However, a plea by Six Nations museum committee chairman John Staats to have Chiefswood's leaking roof reshingled this year was rejected Tuesday night by ...
  • "Chiefswood Needs Help"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1985     An article detailing the restoration requirements of Chiefswood and the efforts undertaken to secure funding for them.
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1985   An article detailing the restoration requirements of Chiefswood and the efforts undertaken to secure funding for them.
  • "Chiefswood Renovation Scheduled"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 18 Jan 1984     "Chiefswood, the childhood home of Six Nations poet E. Pauline Johnson, will be the reserve's next major renovation project."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 18 Jan 1984   "Chiefswood, the childhood home of Six Nations poet E. Pauline Johnson, will be the reserve's next major renovation project."
  • "Children Keep Up With School Work As Boycott Continues"
    Newspaper  Judd, David, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "School's out. But education continues on Six Nations and New Credit Reserves. As the school boycott ends a second week, many of the reserves' 1,200 elementary school pupils are studying at home."
    Newspaper  Judd, David, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "School's out. But education continues on Six Nations and New Credit Reserves. As the school boycott ends a second week, many of the reserves' 1,200 elementary school pupils are studying ...
  • "Classes Held in Five Reserve Schools"
    Newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "John Donnelly, director of education, said Monday afternoon that 500 to 600 children attended school on the first day of regular classes Monday."
    Newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "John Donnelly, director of education, said Monday afternoon that 500 to 600 children attended school on the first day of regular classes Monday."
  • Contemporary Portraits of Isaac Brock -An Analysis
    TextPublication       Article originally published in the periodical Archivaria, Number 20, Summer 1985. An analytical history of portraits depicting Isaac Brock.
    TextPublication     Article originally published in the periodical Archivaria, Number 20, Summer 1985. An analytical history of portraits depicting Isaac Brock.
  • "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 ...
  • "Cultural Exchange New Year's Theme"
    Newspaper  Green, Richard G., Brantford Expositor, Winter 1988     "Central and South American native people now residing in North America will participate in a cultural exchange evening at Ohsweken Community Hall on New Year's Eve."
    Newspaper  Green, Richard G., Brantford Expositor, Winter 1988   "Central and South American native people now residing in North America will participate in a cultural exchange evening at Ohsweken Community Hall on New Year's Eve."
  • "A Different Kind of New Year's Eve"
    Newspaper  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Winter 1988     "A decidedly different New Year's Eve event will take place tonight at the Community Hall in Ohswkeen. The local Iroquoian Institute is hosting a cultural exchange with Indians from Central and South America."
    Newspaper  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Winter 1988   "A decidedly different New Year's Eve event will take place tonight at the Community Hall in Ohswkeen. The local Iroquoian Institute is hosting a cultural exchange with Indians from Central ...
  • "Disputed Land 'Dinosaur in Modern Times'"
    Newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1989     "Where Helen Doctor lives there are no taxes, soning bylaws don't apply and she can do whatever she likes with her property."
    Newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1989   "Where Helen Doctor lives there are no taxes, soning bylaws don't apply and she can do whatever she likes with her property."
  • "Female Native JP To Serve Simcoe"
    Newspapermystery       "Norma General Lickers says being a female native has absolutely nothing to do with being a justice of the peace."
    Newspapermystery     "Norma General Lickers says being a female native has absolutely nothing to do with being a justice of the peace."
  • "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 ...
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