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  • "Indian Neighbours Chant as Little Victims Buried"
    Newspaper  Lautens, Garry, Hamilton Spectator, 22 Mar 1951, pp.7-8     "Mrs. Wilfred Henry watched heartbroken as six of her eight children - victims of the Monday night fire which gutted her tiny frame home and robbed her of her only possessions in this world - were laid to rest."
    Newspaper  Lautens, Garry, Hamilton Spectator, 22 Mar 1951, pp.7-8   "Mrs. Wilfred Henry watched heartbroken as six of her eight children - victims of the Monday night fire which gutted her tiny frame home and robbed her of her only ...
  • "Sharing a Heritage"
    NewspaperPublication  O'Brien, Karen, Hamilton Spectator, 25 Apr 1991     "As a young Mohawk growing up on a farm on the Six Nations Reserve, Mona Staats was surrounded by nature. Her love and respect for the environment has not diminished with the years and she is sharing her knowledge and understanding with a new generation who may have lost touch ...
    NewspaperPublication  O'Brien, Karen, Hamilton Spectator, 25 Apr 1991   "As a young Mohawk growing up on a farm on the Six Nations Reserve, Mona Staats was surrounded by nature. Her love and respect for the environment has not diminished ...
  • "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 ...
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