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  • "Indians' Ancient Bible Signed Again by Queen"
    NewspaperPublication  Dunn, Nigel, The Globe and Mail (Toronto) ( CTVglobemedia), 2 Jul 1959     "The Six Nations Indians' treasured Queen Anne Bible became even more valued as a historical possession here today when it was signed by a later Queen - Elizabeth II."
    NewspaperPublication  Dunn, Nigel, The Globe and Mail (Toronto) ( CTVglobemedia), 2 Jul 1959   "The Six Nations Indians' treasured Queen Anne Bible became even more valued as a historical possession here today when it was signed by a later Queen - Elizabeth II."
  • "Two Stained Glass Windows Unveiled"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1959     "Two stained glass windows, the first of eight depicting the history of the Six Nations Indians as related to the Church of England, were dedicated at Her Majesty's Chapel of the Mohawks yesterday."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1959   "Two stained glass windows, the first of eight depicting the history of the Six Nations Indians as related to the Church of England, were dedicated at Her Majesty's Chapel of ...
  • "Indian Parley Raided"
    Newspaper  Hamilton Spectator, 13 Mar 1959, pp.1-2     "Four Indians were arrested early today after a scuffle with raiding RCMP in the council chamber of the rebellious hereditary chiefs on the Six Nations Indian Reserve."
    Newspaper  Hamilton Spectator, 13 Mar 1959, pp.1-2   "Four Indians were arrested early today after a scuffle with raiding RCMP in the council chamber of the rebellious hereditary chiefs on the Six Nations Indian Reserve."
  • "RCMP Tense Amid Indians' Uneasy Calm"
    Newspaper  Kidd, Paul, Hamilton Spectator, Mar 1959     "The 6,000 Indians who have their home in the Grand River Country are sitting on a volcano. And it is one which could explode without warning. Behind what some outsiders regard as the incredible happenings of the last two days on the Six Nations Reserve, 25 miles from Hamilton, a ...
    Newspaper  Kidd, Paul, Hamilton Spectator, Mar 1959   "The 6,000 Indians who have their home in the Grand River Country are sitting on a volcano. And it is one which could explode without warning. Behind what some outsiders ...
  • "An Iroquois War on White Man's Law"
    Newspaper       "For a week an angry band of Indian warriors in Ohsweken, Ont. tried to reverse history and throw over the white man's law. Led by hereditary chiefs, Iroquis braves of the Six Nations tribes stormed the council house, proclaimed their reservation an independent nation and dispatched wires to U.S., British ...
    Newspaper     "For a week an angry band of Indian warriors in Ohsweken, Ont. tried to reverse history and throw over the white man's law. Led by hereditary chiefs, Iroquis braves of ...
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