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  • "Native Women Fight Stereotypes as Objects of Europeans' Desire"
    "Native Women Fight Stereotypes as Objects of Europeans' Desire"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Fall 1991     "In popular culture, native women and sex are as inseparable as cops and robbers, says the director of a native museum in New Mexico."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Fall 1991   "In popular culture, native women and sex are as inseparable as cops and robbers, says the director of a native museum in New Mexico."
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  • "Island Protest"
    "Island Protest"
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  • "Almost Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven"
    "Almost Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven"
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Almost Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven", "Almost Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven", Brantford Expositor, 2 May 1995     "Last week I was invited to address an environmental group in Hamilton called EAGLE Watch. EAGLE is an acronym from Environmental/Aboriginal Group Liaising for Education."
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Almost Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven", "Almost Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven", Brantford Expositor, 2 May 1995   "Last week I was invited to address an environmental group in Hamilton called EAGLE Watch. EAGLE is an acronym from Environmental/Aboriginal Group Liaising for Education."
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  • "Native Issues to be Discussed"
    "Native Issues to be Discussed"
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Native Issues to be Discussed", "Native Issues to be Discussed", Brantford Expositor, 11 May 1995     "The Six Nations Confederacy was formed in the days before the arrival of white Europeans in North America."
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Native Issues to be Discussed", "Native Issues to be Discussed", Brantford Expositor, 11 May 1995   "The Six Nations Confederacy was formed in the days before the arrival of white Europeans in North America."
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  • "Company Offering Arctic Foods"
    "Company Offering Arctic Foods"
    newspaperpublication       "A Caribou herd that has grown to about one million is one reason Quebecers will soon be able to savour caribou steaks, Arctic seafood and even seal meat produced by an Inuit company in Northern Quebec."
    newspaperpublication     "A Caribou herd that has grown to about one million is one reason Quebecers will soon be able to savour caribou steaks, Arctic seafood and even seal meat produced by ...
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  • "Natives Will Look After Park"
    "Natives Will Look After Park"
    newspaperpublicationmystery       "A native band in Northern Ontario will manage 129 hectares of provincial park, allowing members to care for the land that's been in their realm for thousands of years"
    newspaperpublicationmystery     "A native band in Northern Ontario will manage 129 hectares of provincial park, allowing members to care for the land that's been in their realm for thousands of years"
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  • "Queen Victoria Began Ceremony That Remains Popular"
    "Queen Victoria Began Ceremony That Remains Popular"
    newspaperpublication  Smith, Christopher, "Queen Victoria Began Ceremony That Remains Popular", "Queen Victoria Began Ceremony That Remains Popular", Brantford Expositor, 20 May 1995     "A tradition that dates back to Queen Victoria will unfold this weekend as Six Nation marks "Independence Day" with the annual distribution of bread and cheese."
    newspaperpublication  Smith, Christopher, "Queen Victoria Began Ceremony That Remains Popular", "Queen Victoria Began Ceremony That Remains Popular", Brantford Expositor, 20 May 1995   "A tradition that dates back to Queen Victoria will unfold this weekend as Six Nation marks "Independence Day" with the annual distribution of bread and cheese."
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  • "Lubicon Cree Still Fighting for Land"
    "Lubicon Cree Still Fighting for Land"
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Lubicon Cree Still Fighting for Land", "Lubicon Cree Still Fighting for Land", Brantford Expositor, 9 Jun 1995     "A few weeks ago at the Eagle's Cry native conference in Ohsweken, I had a short chat with Jennifer Ominiyak, the teenaged daughter of Chief Bernard Ominiyak of the Lubicon Cree of Northern Alberta."
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Lubicon Cree Still Fighting for Land", "Lubicon Cree Still Fighting for Land", Brantford Expositor, 9 Jun 1995   "A few weeks ago at the Eagle's Cry native conference in Ohsweken, I had a short chat with Jennifer Ominiyak, the teenaged daughter of Chief Bernard Ominiyak of the Lubicon ...
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  • "Village of Little Buffalo has many Tales in Store"
    "Village of Little Buffalo has many Tales in Store"
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Village of Little Buffalo has many Tales in Store", "Village of Little Buffalo has many Tales in Store", Brantford Expositor, 14 Jul 1995     "Little Buffalo store and restaurant is situated on the southern boundary of the Six Nations Reserve, where Chiefswood Road crosses Indian Line. It is owned and operated by former Chief Councillor Wellington Staats."
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Village of Little Buffalo has many Tales in Store", "Village of Little Buffalo has many Tales in Store", Brantford Expositor, 14 Jul 1995   "Little Buffalo store and restaurant is situated on the southern boundary of the Six Nations Reserve, where Chiefswood Road crosses Indian Line. It is owned and operated by former Chief ...
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  • "Six Nations Newspaper Wins Award"
    "Six Nations Newspaper Wins Award"
    newspaperpublication       "The Turtle Island News has been named the best native weekly newspaper in North America."
    newspaperpublication     "The Turtle Island News has been named the best native weekly newspaper in North America."
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  • "Gifts From Mother Earth"
    "Gifts From Mother Earth"
    newspaperpublicationmystery       "One by one the neat vials of colorful beans are lifted from beneath the checkered dish towel that had hidden them in the three-quart fruit basket. Iowne Anderson is very careful how she protects her precious collection which represents a life-long interest in "the food that is there for all ...
    newspaperpublicationmystery     "One by one the neat vials of colorful beans are lifted from beneath the checkered dish towel that had hidden them in the three-quart fruit basket. Iowne Anderson is very ...
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  • "Oka Anniversary"
    "Oka Anniversary"
    newspaperpublicationmystery       ... the golf course triggered the 1990 crisis."...
    newspaperpublicationmystery     ... the golf course triggered the 1990 crisis."...
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  • "Aboriginal Group Calls For Great Lakes Cleanup"
    "Aboriginal Group Calls For Great Lakes Cleanup"
    newspaperpublication       "A confederacy of Aboriginal Peoples presented the United Nations on Tuesday with a $700-million US plan to clean up pollution in the eastern Great Lakes region."
    newspaperpublication     "A confederacy of Aboriginal Peoples presented the United Nations on Tuesday with a $700-million US plan to clean up pollution in the eastern Great Lakes region."
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  • "Sabres' Coach Provides Role Model For Native Canadians"
    "Sabres' Coach Provides Role Model For Native Canadians"
    newspaperpublication       "The directors' lounge at Memorial Auditorium has nothing in common with the one place Ted Nolan was really trying to reach Monday: the native reserves of Canada and the youth who live there."
    newspaperpublication     "The directors' lounge at Memorial Auditorium has nothing in common with the one place Ted Nolan was really trying to reach Monday: the native reserves of Canada and the youth ...
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  • "Growing Pot At Kanesatake"
    "Growing Pot At Kanesatake"
    newspaperpublication       "Marijuana cultivation in the Kanesatake Mohawk community has grown tenfold in a year, say two men who allowed The Canadian Press to visit one of their fields."
    newspaperpublication     "Marijuana cultivation in the Kanesatake Mohawk community has grown tenfold in a year, say two men who allowed The Canadian Press to visit one of their fields."
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  • "Marijuana Up In Smoke"
    "Marijuana Up In Smoke"
    newspaperpublication       "Using gasoline and old tires, native Peacekeepers set fire Friday to major marijuana plantations on this troubled Mohawk community near Oka, Que."
    newspaperpublication     "Using gasoline and old tires, native Peacekeepers set fire Friday to major marijuana plantations on this troubled Mohawk community near Oka, Que."
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  • Control of Military Land Returned to First Nations"
    Control of Military Land Returned to First Nations"
    newspaperpublication       "A Confrontation between military police and aboriginals has ended with a local band regaining control of lands expropriated by the federal government more than 50 years ago."
    newspaperpublication     "A Confrontation between military police and aboriginals has ended with a local band regaining control of lands expropriated by the federal government more than 50 years ago."
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  • "Native Protesters In Danger From Bombs, Military Warns"
    "Native Protesters In Danger From Bombs, Military Warns"
    newspaperpublication       "Aboriginal protesters occupying a military base to reclaim ancestral lands are sitting beside a field of bombs, the military says."
    newspaperpublication     "Aboriginal protesters occupying a military base to reclaim ancestral lands are sitting beside a field of bombs, the military says."
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  • "Confederacy Chiefs Assemble In Ohsweken"
    "Confederacy Chiefs Assemble In Ohsweken"
    newspaperpublication  "Confederacy Chiefs Assemble In Ohsweken", Brantford Expositor, 11 Aug 1995     "Six Nations residents will welcome traditional Iroquois Confederacy chiefs from Canada and the U.S. for an assembly at the Onondaga Longhouse on Aug. 19."
    newspaperpublication  "Confederacy Chiefs Assemble In Ohsweken", Brantford Expositor, 11 Aug 1995   "Six Nations residents will welcome traditional Iroquois Confederacy chiefs from Canada and the U.S. for an assembly at the Onondaga Longhouse on Aug. 19."
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  • "Native 'Warriors' Or Thugs With Guns?"
    "Native 'Warriors' Or Thugs With Guns?"
    newspaperpublicationmystery       "Native issues are at a turning point in Canada. A royal commission will soon report on the whole range of aboriginal matters, from land claims to urban native government. And Ottawa is again discussing self-government with native groups. In the best of worlds, these studies and talks will produce their ...
    newspaperpublicationmystery     "Native issues are at a turning point in Canada. A royal commission will soon report on the whole range of aboriginal matters, from land claims to urban native government. And ...
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