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  • "10,000 Visited Chiefswood"
    Brantford Expositor, 7 Apr 1967     An article detailing the visitation statistics for Chiefswood from May 1 to December 31 of 1966. Improvements, both suggested and in progress, are also noted.
    Brantford Expositor, 7 Apr 1967   An article detailing the visitation statistics for Chiefswood from May 1 to ...
  • 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt (George Washington Belt)
        The 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt. This belt is 6 feet long and composed of thirteen figures holding hands connected to two figures and a house. The 13 figures represent the 13 States of the newly formed United States of America. The two figures and the house symbolize the Haudenosaunee. The ...
      The 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt. This belt is 6 feet long and ...
  • 1812 Peace Monument-conceptual design
        This design is of the Haudenosaunee 1812 Peace Monument. Each of the clans and each of the six nations encircle the monument which is scheduled to be erected at the Six Nations Veterans Park in July 2014 in commemoration of the impact the Six Nations Warriors had on the outcome ...
      This design is of the Haudenosaunee 1812 Peace Monument. Each of the ...
  • 1812 Style Turban - Possibly David Skye
        Photograph of individual wearing 1812 Style Turban; Possibly David Skye.
      Photograph of individual wearing 1812 Style Turban; Possibly David Skye.
  • 1867 Kahnawake Team Big John River Boat Captain with Side Burns
        Kahnawake Team from 1867, including Big John River Boat Captain with Side Burns.
      Kahnawake Team from 1867, including Big John River Boat Captain with Side ...
  • 1923 Quilting Bee
        1923 Quilting Bee Mrs.Condell is the minister's wife Luella Anderson (born October 1922)daughter of Minnie and Sam Anderson married Charles DeGrave, a Bausch and Lomb engineer who created Cinemascope Martha Burning was a non native foundling adopted by Dave "Chicken" Burning and Martha (Chicken) Burning. She spoke fluent Mohawk.
      1923 Quilting Bee Mrs.Condell is the minister's wife Luella Anderson (born October ...
  • 1933 Goudey Indian Gum Cover with John Brant's Image
        Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". In 1933, the Goudey Gum Company produced one of the most complicated and controversial non-sports issued gum ever produced. The ...
      Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of ...
  • "400th Anniversary of Two Row Celebrations"
    Windle, Jim, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 24 Jul 2013, p.5     This article provides historical information regarding the Two Row Wampum Treaty and events being held to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the agreement.
    Windle, Jim, Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 24 Jul 2013, p.5   This article provides historical information regarding the Two Row Wampum Treaty and ...
  • "81st Annual order Crossing"
    Turtle Island News, 23 Jul 2008     "The 81st Indian Defence League's border crossing celebration took place this past weekend with a large Six Nations component that had been missing in recent years."
    Turtle Island News, 23 Jul 2008   "The 81st Indian Defence League's border crossing celebration took place this past ...
  • "Aboriginal Affairs to 'Review' Six Nations Education; Sending $3 Million a Year Less in Funding"
    Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 15 Jan 2014, p.5     "Six Nations is actually receiving as much as $3 million a year less in funding for its elementary schools today than it received in 2002."
    Powless, Lynda, Turtle Island News, 15 Jan 2014, p.5   "Six Nations is actually receiving as much as $3 million a year ...
  • Ackland Martin at Six Nations Forest Theatre Pageant
        Ackland Martin dressed in traditional Native clothing at Pageant.
      Ackland Martin dressed in traditional Native clothing at Pageant.
  • Ahyouwaighs, Chief of the Six Nations 1838
        Ahyouwaighs, Chief of the Six Nations 1838
      Ahyouwaighs, Chief of the Six Nations 1838
  • "Akwesasne: Smuggling is a Billion Dollar Business Here"
    Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1993     "Loran Thompson, a controversial figure from the New York side of Akwesasne, sees nothing dirty in what he describes as the "import-export business." A former Confederacy chief, he was ousted from his seat a couple of years ago for his outspoken support of gambling."
    Roper, Wayne, Brantford Expositor, Summer 1993   "Loran Thompson, a controversial figure from the New York side of Akwesasne, ...
  • Albert Anderson
        Albert Anderson is posing with a book for a portrait. Albert lost his right eye in an accident and it was replaced with a glass one.
      Albert Anderson is posing with a book for a portrait. Albert lost ...
  • Albert Anderson
        Albert Anderson, in Niagara Falls New York. While living on the Six Nations Reserve, he provided several horses for the Army during WWI. He lost an eye while playing a game with sticks or arrows and had a glass eye to replace it.
      Albert Anderson, in Niagara Falls New York. While living on the Six ...
  • Albert Anderson
        This is a picture of Albert Anderson and the woman he is with is unknown. He was known to have had a few ladies. Albert Anderson also has a glass eye on the right eye which is why he is always showing his left side in pictures.
      This is a picture of Albert Anderson and the woman he is ...
  • Albert Anderson
        This is a photo of Albert Anderson with Allie Bomberry. After Albert, she later married "Big Train" Hill.
      This is a photo of Albert Anderson with Allie Bomberry. After Albert, ...
  • "Albert D. Green"
        "Albert D. Green (Pale Moon). Mohawk nation, turtle clan. Born and raised, life time resident of Six Nations Reserve, Ohsweken, Ontario. A well known leatherworker. Known as the most photographed man in Canada. Worked as M.C. at Indian Villages and appeared at the Toronto Ontario Sports Show on numerous occasions."
      "Albert D. Green (Pale Moon). Mohawk nation, turtle clan. Born and raised, ...
  • Anderson cousins and friends
        This photo contains a group of Six Nations children. Eddie John was a white foundling raised by the John family. Back row l-r Powless, Gordon; John, Eddie; Johnson, Melvin; Middle row l-r (Anderson) Longboat, Mary; Atkins, Mildred; Anderson, Dorothy; (John)Powless, Myrtle; Anderson, Marjorie. Front row l-r Atkins, Robert; Anderson, Edith; ...
      This photo contains a group of Six Nations children. Eddie John was ...
  • Anderson Family
        L-R: Anderson, Audrey; Anderson, Sam; Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Arliss; Anderson, Allan This photo was taken at the house of Sam and Minnie Anderson, grandparents of the children.
      L-R: Anderson, Audrey; Anderson, Sam; Anderson, Minnie; Anderson, Arliss; Anderson, Allan This ...
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