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  • "Open Indian Hall"
    Windsor Daily Star, 1962     "Guests present at the opening of the Moraviantown Community Centre, Saturday, showed great interest in Delaware Indian relics shown by Mr. Elliott Moses of Six Nations."
    Windsor Daily Star, 1962   "Guests present at the opening of the Moraviantown Community Centre, Saturday, showed ...
  • "'Significant' artifacts discovered during Brantford YMCA dig"
    Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 5 Nov 2014     "Significant" artifacts discovered during Brantford YMCA dig By Donna Duric, Writer Archaeologists have unearthed a cache of Iroquoian artifacts between 1,000 and 1,500 years old while digging at the new YMCA Athletic Centre site on Colborne Street south in ...
    Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 5 Nov 2014   "Significant" artifacts discovered during Brantford YMCA dig By Donna Duric, Writer Archaeologists ...
  • "Hidden in 'Mush Hole' School Walls a Child's Happy Place Found"
    Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 1 May 2013, p.4     "Deep within the walls of one of Canada's most notorious residential schools, a child's secret happy place has been found. On the top floor of the school that saw thousands of Six Nations children go through its doors, a a recently discovered cubby hole was discovered and a silent smile ...
    Jarrett, Chase, Turtle Island News, 1 May 2013, p.4   "Deep within the walls of one of Canada's most notorious residential schools, ...
  • "Tutela Heights development only offers $1.6 Million to Six Nations"
    Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 6 May 2015     Tutela Heights development only offers $1.6 million to Six Nations By Donna Duric, Writer Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's government may be dictating to developers within the Haldimand Tract lands whom at Six Nations they are to consult and engage with in ...
    Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 6 May 2015   Tutela Heights development only offers $1.6 million to Six Nations By Donna ...
  • "Dig Unearths Bones and Pottery from 2,500 Years of Indian Life"
    Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, 1989     "Archeologists have discovered relics from at least three periods of early Native life on a small and seemingly insignificant point of land in Langford.
    Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, 1989   "Archeologists have discovered relics from at least three periods of early Native ...
  • "Remembering Red Hill, display of artifacts at GREAT"
    Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 9 Jul 2014     Remembering Red Hill, display of artifacts at GREAT By Donna Duric, Writer Archaeological evidence shows Haudenosaunee people have been living in the Red Hill Valley in southern Ontario area since at least the end of the Ice Age over 13,000 years ago. ...
    Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 9 Jul 2014   Remembering Red Hill, display of artifacts at GREAT By Donna Duric, Writer ...
  • "YMCA construction uncovers ancient Onkwehon:we village"
    Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 5 Nov 2015     YMCA construction uncovers ancient Onkwehon:we village By Jim Windle BRANTFORD - Archaeological assessments being done on the site of a new Wilfrid Laurier University/YMCA complex on the south side of Colborne Street in Brantford, unearthed evidence of ...
    Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 5 Nov 2015   YMCA construction uncovers ancient Onkwehon:we village By Jim Windle BRANTFORD - Archaeological ...
  • "Ministry frustration pushing indigenous reclamation of archaeology"
    Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 24 Feb 2016     Ministry frustration pushing indigenous reclamation of archaeology By Donna Duric, Writer An Ontario archaeologist says indigenous reclamation of artifacts, digs and heritage sites in the province is on the move as frustration with the Ministry of Tourism, ...
    Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 24 Feb 2016   Ministry frustration pushing indigenous reclamation of archaeology By Donna Duric, Writer An ...
  • Some Bones of Contention: The Neutral Indian Burial Site at Grimsby
        A report on the archaeological excavation of the Neutral burial site at Grimsby.
      A report on the archaeological excavation of the Neutral burial site at ...
  • "Grisly relic of genocide removed from auction"
    Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 30 Apr 2014     Grisly relic of genocide removed from auction By Jim Windle TORONTO - The graphic evidence of the murder of a Plains Indian child from the late 19th century that went up for auction at Toronto auction house as "decorative art" was abruptly removed from ...
    Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 30 Apr 2014   Grisly relic of genocide removed from auction By Jim Windle TORONTO - ...
  • "Indian Relics Uncovered by 'Dig' Team"
        "I found myself standing in awe on the ground of an Iroquois cabin site dating back to 1620 or 1630 and a small Neutral Indian campground recently unearthed in Langford. I had the opportunity to meet with regional archeologist Paul Lennox of London, who is with the Ministry of Transportation. ...
      "I found myself standing in awe on the ground of an Iroquois ...
  • "Neutral Indian Burial-Ground"
        Copy of the text written on the plaque titled "Neutral Indian Burial-Ground" erected at the site of the discovery of a Neutral burial site in Grimsby.
      Copy of the text written on the plaque titled "Neutral Indian Burial-Ground" ...
  • "Time Tunnel Effect at Museum Fascinating"
    Brantford Expositor, Aug 1986     Remember Doctor Who and the spaceship that looked like a telephone box? Well, Brantford has a building that looks like a school, but is really a time tunnel.
    Brantford Expositor, Aug 1986   Remember Doctor Who and the spaceship that looked like a telephone box? ...
  • "Walton's Tutela Heights project under question"
    Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 4 Nov 2015, pp.4, 25     Walton's Tutela Heights project under question By Jim Windle/Ilse Kraemer BRANT COUNTY - The moving forward with construction of a new Walton International sub-development planned for Tutela Heights known as Riverbed Homes has retired archaeologist Ilse ...
    Windle, Jim, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 4 Nov 2015, pp.4, 25   Walton's Tutela Heights project under question By Jim Windle/Ilse Kraemer BRANT COUNTY ...
  • "Recovering Six Nations' heritage in wampums"
    Dearing, Stephanie, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 13 Feb 2013, pp.2, 4     Recovering Six Nations' heritage in wampums By Stephanie Dearing, SIX NATIONS Watching a silver breast plate, originally given to Six Nations by the British during the negotiations of the 1784 Fort Stanwix Treaty, being sold to a pawn shop featured on the ...
    Dearing, Stephanie, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 13 Feb 2013, pp.2, 4   Recovering Six Nations' heritage in wampums By Stephanie Dearing, SIX NATIONS Watching ...
  • "Say Indian Pipe Is 3,500 Years Old"
        "The most spectacular - and puzzling - discovery find to date is the bowl of a pottery pipe that the scientists say is 3,500 years old. The pipe is of 'monitor' design, and originated in the Mississippi Valley. Even for a 700-year-old village, it is an 'antique.'"
      "The most spectacular - and puzzling - discovery find to date is ...
  • "Indian Potlatch Continues Despite Efforts by Whites"
        "This is a study of the attempt by the federal government to outlaw the West Coast Indian festival of the potlach as a way of hastening their integration into Canadian culture."
      "This is a study of the attempt by the federal government to ...
  • "Iroquois History Exhibit on Display at Museum"
    White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 2 Feb 1991     "People planning to catch the Snowsnake tournament at the Woodland Cultural Centre this weekend might also want to stop at the Brant County museum's Iroquois history exhibit."
    White, Vicki, Brantford Expositor, 2 Feb 1991   "People planning to catch the Snowsnake tournament at the Woodland Cultural Centre ...
  • "Natives end blockade, begin negotiations"
    Hooper, Donna, Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998     "A group of natives has ended its blockade of an ancient burial site but its dispute with the federal government over ownership of the national historic site is far from over."
    Hooper, Donna, Turtle Island News, 22 Jul 1998   "A group of natives has ended its blockade of an ancient burial ...
  • "This Land is Their Land"
        "Each week brings a new installment in the fight for the survival of an ancient culture in a modern age, and for dominion over lands lost over a century ago. Above all, Native Americans wish to preserve the right to practice their religion, enforce their laws and educate their children ...
      "Each week brings a new installment in the fight for the survival ...
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