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  • "Haldimand Treaty helped Six Nations keep its identity, Clanmother says"
    NewspaperPublication  Thomas-Bear, Angelina, Turtle Island News, 30 Oct 2002     ""They were scary, they were diseased, they were helpless. We didn't send them back, we took care of them. "We fed them, cleaned them, and made them well again." Retired schoolteahcer, Sylvia Sandy at 96 years-old is the only Six Nations member to mark the anniversary of the Haldimand Treaty."
    NewspaperPublication  Thomas-Bear, Angelina, Turtle Island News, 30 Oct 2002   ""They were scary, they were diseased, they were helpless. We didn't send them back, we took care of them. "We fed them, cleaned them, and made them well again." Retired ...
  • "Remembering Victims"
    NewspaperPublication  Everett, Collin, Brantford Expositor, 7 Dec 2002     "Renee Hill, Sheena Marini and Mona Staats are among participants in a candlelight vigil at the Pinetree Native Centre of Brant on Friday to mark the national day of remembrance for female victims of violence. Similar vigils were held across the country."
    NewspaperPublication  Everett, Collin, Brantford Expositor, 7 Dec 2002   "Renee Hill, Sheena Marini and Mona Staats are among participants in a candlelight vigil at the Pinetree Native Centre of Brant on Friday to mark the national day of remembrance ...
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