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  • "Grand River Sewer Project"
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  • "Independence Day "Bread & Cheese" Tradition Attended By 3,00 Or More"
    Newspapermystery  The Haldimand Press (Hagersville, Ontario), Spring 1986, p.14     "Approximately 3,00 people attended the traditional Six Nations Independence Day "Bread and Cheese" festivities held at the Ohsweken Fairgrounds on Monday, May 19th."
    Newspapermystery  The Haldimand Press (Hagersville, Ontario), Spring 1986, p.14   "Approximately 3,00 people attended the traditional Six Nations Independence Day "Bread and Cheese" festivities held at the Ohsweken Fairgrounds on Monday, May 19th."
  • "Residents of the Six Nations are Looking for Leadership"
    Newspapermystery       "It has become quite clear to everyone concerned that a struggle is going on at the Six Nations native territories for control of this land and its people. One is the elected council, the second is the hereditary chiefs, and the third is the leaders of the Grand River Warrior ...
    Newspapermystery     "It has become quite clear to everyone concerned that a struggle is going on at the Six Nations native territories for control of this land and its people. One is ...
  • "Chapel Visit"
    NewspaperPublicationmystery  Brantford Expositor, Winter 1984     "Six Nations Counc. Peter Smith (centre), Rt. Rev. Amand Chandu Lal, bishop of the United Church of India in northern India, and his wife, Anrit, view scripture verses and the Ten Commandments during a visit Friday to the Mohawk Chapel. The Bishop and his wife are on a tour of ...
    NewspaperPublicationmystery  Brantford Expositor, Winter 1984   "Six Nations Counc. Peter Smith (centre), Rt. Rev. Amand Chandu Lal, bishop of the United Church of India in northern India, and his wife, Anrit, view scripture verses and the ...
  • "How Six Nations United to End Bingo Trouble"
    Newspapermystery  Green, Richard G., Brantford Expositor, Winter 1990     "Even the reserve recognized as perhaps the most stable and progressive in Canada was affected by bingo promotion and seemingly unlimited money. The Six Nations Reserve has a record second to non in Canada in terms of education, employment, progressive implementation of community development and generally level-headed thinking but these ...
    Newspapermystery  Green, Richard G., Brantford Expositor, Winter 1990   "Even the reserve recognized as perhaps the most stable and progressive in Canada was affected by bingo promotion and seemingly unlimited money. The Six Nations Reserve has a record second ...
  • "Band Council Backs Proposal to Build Shelter for Victim of Family Violence"
    Newspapermystery       "A $950,000 shelter is planned to protect victims of family violence on the Six Nations and New Credit Reserves."
    Newspapermystery     "A $950,000 shelter is planned to protect victims of family violence on the Six Nations and New Credit Reserves."
  • "Native Pageant Told It Like It Was"
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, 1989     "If you're one of those people who go to a play to have your ego stroked, this year's Six Nations Native Pageant would not have been for you. Many Canadians are as bad as Americans in this regard. They prefer their history to be sugar coated with a bit of ...
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, 1989   "If you're one of those people who go to a play to have your ego stroked, this year's Six Nations Native Pageant would not have been for you. Many Canadians ...
  • "Buffy Sainte-Marie Offers Tribute to Pauline Johnson at Chiefswood"
    Newspapermystery  Van Steen, Marcus, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1988     "Between 600 and 700 people gathered on the spacious grounds of Chiefswood on Saturday evening for a concert to raise money for the restoration of Chiefswood. It was the first campaign organized by a committee made up of representatives of the Six Nations council and a number of surrounding communities."
    Newspapermystery  Van Steen, Marcus, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1988   "Between 600 and 700 people gathered on the spacious grounds of Chiefswood on Saturday evening for a concert to raise money for the restoration of Chiefswood. It was the first ...
  • "Hereditary Chiefs State 'Mohawk Revolt' is Slated for Today"
    Newspapermystery       "A delegation of Six Nations Indian warriors announced in Hamilton yesterday that starting today hereditary tribal chiefs are taking over governmental authority on the Brant-Haldimand reserve."
    Newspapermystery     "A delegation of Six Nations Indian warriors announced in Hamilton yesterday that starting today hereditary tribal chiefs are taking over governmental authority on the Brant-Haldimand reserve."
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