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  • "Minister to Settle Land Claim"
    Newspaper       "The provincial transportation minister will be in Ohsweken on Wednesday to resolve a dispute over two strips of land running on either side of the Grand River from Brantford to Dunnville."
    Newspaper     "The provincial transportation minister will be in Ohsweken on Wednesday to resolve a dispute over two strips of land running on either side of the Grand River from Brantford to ...
  • "Natives' Sport of Lacrosse Continues to Make History"
    NewspaperPublication  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1991     ...Summer 1991...
    NewspaperPublication  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1991   ...Summer 1991...
  • "Talk About Dirty Tricks"
    NewspaperPublication  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1991     ...Fall 1991...
    NewspaperPublication  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1991   ...Fall 1991...
  • "Hundreds Expected to Compete at Six Nations Annual Powwow"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 20 Jul 1991     "Hundreds expected to compete at Six Nations annual powwow."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 20 Jul 1991   "Hundreds expected to compete at Six Nations annual powwow."
  • Rev. Mark W. Anderson, Pastor
    Imagemystery       ...1991...
    Imagemystery     ...1991...
  • "Area Woman Receives Anglican Church Award"
    Newspaper       "An area woman is among six lay members of the Anglican Church of Canada to receive the church's award of merit."
    Newspaper     "An area woman is among six lay members of the Anglican Church of Canada to receive the church's award of merit."
  • "Six Nations Pupils Ask 'What's for Breakfast?'"
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 14 May 1991     "Pupils have started to appear at the elementary school before teachers, eagerly waiting for doors to be unlocked. It's not math or history that has won the favor of 72 youngsters from Grades 1 to 6, it's breakfast."
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 14 May 1991   "Pupils have started to appear at the elementary school before teachers, eagerly waiting for doors to be unlocked. It's not math or history that has won the favor of 72 ...
  • "Brant's Ford Ceremony Opens Riverfest Weekend"
    Newspaper  Young, David, Brantford Expositor, 25 May 1991     "The Grand River of today is like backed-up plumbing because of dams, said Chief Richard Maracle of the Mohawk Nation during the opening ceremonies of Riverfest Friday night."
    Newspaper  Young, David, Brantford Expositor, 25 May 1991   "The Grand River of today is like backed-up plumbing because of dams, said Chief Richard Maracle of the Mohawk Nation during the opening ceremonies of Riverfest Friday night."
  • "Six Nations People Suffer Without Ambulance Service"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1991     "Six Nations people suffer without ambulance service."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1991   "Six Nations people suffer without ambulance service."
  • "'Give Us Back Our Language,' Mohawks Say"
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 26 Apr 1991     "After months of discussions with Canadians, Keith Spicer says he has never heard anything so moving as the story of a Six Nations mother battling to maintain her native language."
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 26 Apr 1991   "After months of discussions with Canadians, Keith Spicer says he has never heard anything so moving as the story of a Six Nations mother battling to maintain her native language."
  • "Six Seek National"
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 9 May 1991     "Chief Coun. William Montour will face five competitors in his bid to be the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations."
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 9 May 1991   "Chief Coun. William Montour will face five competitors in his bid to be the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations."
  • "Celebrating with Bread and Cheese"
    Newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1991     "Exact numbers are hard to come by, but thousands took part in Six Nations independence day celebrations on Monday, highlighted by the annual distribution of bread and cheese."
    Newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1991   "Exact numbers are hard to come by, but thousands took part in Six Nations independence day celebrations on Monday, highlighted by the annual distribution of bread and cheese."
  • "Indian Affairs and Northern Development Minister Tom Siddon Addressed a Gathering..."
    NewspaperPublication       "Indian Affairs and Northern Development minister Tom Siddon addressed a gathering of Indian representatives at Six Nations Veteran's Park at Six Nations Reserve yesterday. The minister was there to unveil the Federal Policing Policy, designed to help implement native control over their own police services."
    NewspaperPublication     "Indian Affairs and Northern Development minister Tom Siddon addressed a gathering of Indian representatives at Six Nations Veteran's Park at Six Nations Reserve yesterday. The minister was there to unveil ...
  • "Cody Creed Coe struts his stuff..."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1991     "Cody Creed Coe struts his stuff in the men's traditional dance category at the Grand River Champion of Champions Pow Wow at Chiefswood Park on Saturday and Sunday."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1991   "Cody Creed Coe struts his stuff in the men's traditional dance category at the Grand River Champion of Champions Pow Wow at Chiefswood Park on Saturday and Sunday."
  • "Natives Wants Siddon to Remain"
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 10 May 1991     "Six Nations Chief Coun. Bill Montour was one of about a dozen chiefs who lobbied to keep Tom Siddon as federal Indian affairs minister before a cabinet shuffle last month."
    Newspaper  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 10 May 1991   "Six Nations Chief Coun. Bill Montour was one of about a dozen chiefs who lobbied to keep Tom Siddon as federal Indian affairs minister before a cabinet shuffle last month."
  • "Six Nations Land Deal Delayed After Confederacy Chiefs Object"
    Newspaper       "A deal between the province and Six Nations council on the use of land claimed by the band along a provincial highway was delayed Wednesday when traditional chiefs demanded a say in the agreement."
    Newspaper     "A deal between the province and Six Nations council on the use of land claimed by the band along a provincial highway was delayed Wednesday when traditional chiefs demanded a ...
  • "Six Nations Police Unveil Distinctive Look"
    Newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1991     "Most were content to ogle from a distance, but one member of the crowd in Veteran's Park couldn't keep his paws off the new Six Nations police uniforms."
    Newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1991   "Most were content to ogle from a distance, but one member of the crowd in Veteran's Park couldn't keep his paws off the new Six Nations police uniforms."
  • "Campaign Beginning to Heat Up in Race for National Indian Chief"
    Newspaper  Aubry, Jack, The Ottawa Citizen, 25 May 1991     "When it comes to dirty-tricks political campaigns, the current race for national Indian chief challenges the best of them."
    Newspaper  Aubry, Jack, The Ottawa Citizen, 25 May 1991   "When it comes to dirty-tricks political campaigns, the current race for national Indian chief challenges the best of them."
  • "Attended Meeting After Drinking, Band Councillor Issues Apology"
    NewspaperPublication  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 19 Jun 1991     "A Six Nations band councillor apologized to council Tuesday night for appearing at a May meeting under the influence of alcohol."
    NewspaperPublication  White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 19 Jun 1991   "A Six Nations band councillor apologized to council Tuesday night for appearing at a May meeting under the influence of alcohol."
  • "Jamie Fox, 2, and Pam Bomberry, 6, Compare Puppets..."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1991     "Jamie Fox, 2, and Pam Bomberry, 6, compare puppets while parent volunteer Connie Manitowabi cuts out more puppet parts. The puppets represent animals in natives' creation story."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1991   "Jamie Fox, 2, and Pam Bomberry, 6, compare puppets while parent volunteer Connie Manitowabi cuts out more puppet parts. The puppets represent animals in natives' creation story."
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