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  • Anderson-Lynch Family Graduation Picnic
    Imagemystery       ...Summer 1957...
    Imagemystery     ...Summer 1957...
  • Anderson-Lynch Family Graduation Picnic
    Image       ...Summer 1957...
    Image     ...Summer 1957...
  • Anderson-Lynch Family Graduation Picnic
    Imagemystery       ...Summer 1957...
    Imagemystery     ...Summer 1957...
  • Graduation Picnic
    Image       ...c. Summer 1957...
    Image     ...c. Summer 1957...
  • "Six Nations Plowing Match"
    Imagemystery       Six Nations Plowing Match.
    Imagemystery     Six Nations Plowing Match.
  • "Six Nations Indian Slated for Senate?"
    NewspaperPublication       "A Canadian Indian who has gained world recognition as a mining engineer may be appointed to the Senate. He is Dr. Gilbert Monture, OBE, 60, a great-grandson of Capt. Joseph Brant, the famous leader of the Six Nations Indians."
    NewspaperPublication     "A Canadian Indian who has gained world recognition as a mining engineer may be appointed to the Senate. He is Dr. Gilbert Monture, OBE, 60, a great-grandson of Capt. Joseph ...
  • "Why Not Give Our Indians a Break?"
    Newspaper  MacDonald, Robert, The Star Weekly, Toronto, 19 Oct 1957, pp.2-3     "The Indian's plight in Canada today is not his alone. It's the white man's problem too, requiring complete re-education of Canadians and new laws that will really make the Indian free."
    Newspaper  MacDonald, Robert, The Star Weekly, Toronto, 19 Oct 1957, pp.2-3   "The Indian's plight in Canada today is not his alone. It's the white man's problem too, requiring complete re-education of Canadians and new laws that will really make the Indian ...
  • "Seek Independence, Iroquois Tell Court"
    NewspaperPublication  Stonehouse, Eldon, The Globe and Mail (Toronto) ( CTVglobemedia), 1957     "The chiefs, warriors and women of the Six Nations recited their history, religion and traditions in the white man's court this afternoon in a continuation of their battle for the independence of the Iroquois Confederacy."
    NewspaperPublication  Stonehouse, Eldon, The Globe and Mail (Toronto) ( CTVglobemedia), 1957   "The chiefs, warriors and women of the Six Nations recited their history, religion and traditions in the white man's court this afternoon in a continuation of their battle for the ...
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