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  • "New Gallery at Ohsweken"
    "New Gallery at Ohsweken"
    newspapermystery  Spring 1989     "Six Nations has a new art gallery."
    newspapermystery  Spring 1989   "Six Nations has a new art gallery."
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  • "Police Force on Six Nations Called "Historic First Model" by Ontario's Solicitor General"
    "Police Force on Six Nations Called "Historic First Model" by Ontario's Solicitor General"
    newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, "Police Force on Six Nations Called "Historic First Model" by Ontario's Solicitor General", "Police Force on Six Nations Called "Historic First Model" by Ontario's Solicitor General", Brantford Expositor, Spring 1989     "Const. Misti Anthony was sworn in Monday as the first native female officer on the Six Nations Police Force."
    newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, "Police Force on Six Nations Called "Historic First Model" by Ontario's Solicitor General", "Police Force on Six Nations Called "Historic First Model" by Ontario's Solicitor General", Brantford Expositor, Spring 1989   "Const. Misti Anthony was sworn in Monday as the first native female officer on the Six Nations Police Force."
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  • "Film's Stars Here For Sunday Premiere"
    "Film's Stars Here For Sunday Premiere"
    newspaper  Green, Richard G., "Film's Stars Here For Sunday Premiere", "Film's Stars Here For Sunday Premiere", Brantford Expositor, Spring 1989     "For five days, Brantford will be ahead of the rest of Canada, so to speak. Powwow Highway, a Handmade Film produced by former Beatle George Harrison, will have its premiere at Eaton Market Square on Sunday."
    newspaper  Green, Richard G., "Film's Stars Here For Sunday Premiere", "Film's Stars Here For Sunday Premiere", Brantford Expositor, Spring 1989   "For five days, Brantford will be ahead of the rest of Canada, so to speak. Powwow Highway, a Handmade Film produced by former Beatle George Harrison, will have its premiere ...
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  • "Movie Premiere Attracts 300"
    "Movie Premiere Attracts 300"
    newspapermystery  Cameron, Grant, "Movie Premiere Attracts 300", "Movie Premiere Attracts 300", Brantford Expositor, 1989     "Gary Farmer talks straight from the heart and shoots from the hip. "There are a lot of things we have to turn around," the Six Nations-born actor said Sunday during a press conference at Eaton Square Market."
    newspapermystery  Cameron, Grant, "Movie Premiere Attracts 300", "Movie Premiere Attracts 300", Brantford Expositor, 1989   "Gary Farmer talks straight from the heart and shoots from the hip. "There are a lot of things we have to turn around," the Six Nations-born actor said Sunday during ...
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  • "Opening Dance"
    "Opening Dance"
    newspaper  Smith, Christopher, "Opening Dance", "Opening Dance", Brantford Expositor, Summer 1989     "Soft show dancers from Six Nations school S.S. No. 5 perform at opening ceremonies Wednesday for a #3-million addition at Ohsweken's J. C. Hill Elementary School. The addition, including a gym, stage, classrooms and rooms for industrial arts and family studies, replaces a wing built in 1969. The ceremony also ...
    newspaper  Smith, Christopher, "Opening Dance", "Opening Dance", Brantford Expositor, Summer 1989   "Soft show dancers from Six Nations school S.S. No. 5 perform at opening ceremonies Wednesday for a #3-million addition at Ohsweken's J. C. Hill Elementary School. The addition, including a ...
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  • "Disputed Land 'Dinosaur in Modern Times'"
    "Disputed Land 'Dinosaur in Modern Times'"
    newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, "Disputed Land 'Dinosaur in Modern Times'", "Disputed Land 'Dinosaur in Modern Times'", Brantford Expositor, Summer 1989     "Where Helen Doctor lives there are no taxes, soning bylaws don't apply and she can do whatever she likes with her property."
    newspaper  Fitzpatrick, Peter, "Disputed Land 'Dinosaur in Modern Times'", "Disputed Land 'Dinosaur in Modern Times'", Brantford Expositor, Summer 1989   "Where Helen Doctor lives there are no taxes, soning bylaws don't apply and she can do whatever she likes with her property."
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  • "Iroquois Studies Offered at College"
    "Iroquois Studies Offered at College"
    newspapermystery  Green, Richard G., "Iroquois Studies Offered at College", "Iroquois Studies Offered at College", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "It's a tradition among many native people to cut holes in each sole of a baby's first pair of moccasins. You may think the holes are put there to teach the baby that all things in life aren't perfect. Or, that the moccasin maker didn't want to be irreverent, since ...
    newspapermystery  Green, Richard G., "Iroquois Studies Offered at College", "Iroquois Studies Offered at College", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "It's a tradition among many native people to cut holes in each sole of a baby's first pair of moccasins. You may think the holes are put there to teach ...
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  • "New Woodland Exhibit Honors Native Loyalists"
    "New Woodland Exhibit Honors Native Loyalists"
    newspapermystery  "New Woodland Exhibit Honors Native Loyalists", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "An original portrait of Chief Joseph Brant will become part of a new permanent exhibit commemorating native loyalists that opened Sunday at the Woodland Cultural Centre."
    newspapermystery  "New Woodland Exhibit Honors Native Loyalists", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "An original portrait of Chief Joseph Brant will become part of a new permanent exhibit commemorating native loyalists that opened Sunday at the Woodland Cultural Centre."
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  • "Ojibways Trying to Preserve their Homeland"
    "Ojibways Trying to Preserve their Homeland"
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989     "The Six Nations Iroquois people for years have been very conservative. Leave things as they are and don't rock the boat has been their watchword. I'm no raving fanatic myself but some things should be changed and I'm glad to see that more and more of our younger people are ...
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989   "The Six Nations Iroquois people for years have been very conservative. Leave things as they are and don't rock the boat has been their watchword. I'm no raving fanatic myself ...
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  • "Woman, 83, Preserve Cree Langauge"
    "Woman, 83, Preserve Cree Langauge"
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989     "Anne Anderson remembers when Indian people were beaten for speaking their language. And it's the memory of those time that has driven Anderson, a Metis, to work for two decades writing and teaching Cree to ensure the language will not die."
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989   "Anne Anderson remembers when Indian people were beaten for speaking their language. And it's the memory of those time that has driven Anderson, a Metis, to work for two decades ...
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  • "He's North America's First Indian Symphony Conductor
    "He's North America's First Indian Symphony Conductor
    newspaper  Fall 1989     "John Kim Bell-Mohawk Indian, symphony conductor and arts entrepreneur-starts breaking stereotypes the minute he steps on stage. Nattily dressed in a brown, double-breasted suit and silk tie, he moves away from the podium microphone to prowl the front of the stage."
    newspaper  Fall 1989   "John Kim Bell-Mohawk Indian, symphony conductor and arts entrepreneur-starts breaking stereotypes the minute he steps on stage. Nattily dressed in a brown, double-breasted suit and silk tie, he moves away ...
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  • "Natives Demonstrate in Brantford 'We Just Won't Stand for it Any More"
    "Natives Demonstrate in Brantford 'We Just Won't Stand for it Any More"
    newspaper  Jarvis, Anne, "Natives Demonstrate in Brantford 'We Just Won't Stand for it Any More", "Natives Demonstrate in Brantford 'We Just Won't Stand for it Any More", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "Parents and children from the Six Nations Indian Reserve crowded both sides of Dalhousie Street in front of the Federal Building on Friday demanding better schools."
    newspaper  Jarvis, Anne, "Natives Demonstrate in Brantford 'We Just Won't Stand for it Any More", "Natives Demonstrate in Brantford 'We Just Won't Stand for it Any More", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "Parents and children from the Six Nations Indian Reserve crowded both sides of Dalhousie Street in front of the Federal Building on Friday demanding better schools."
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  • "Six Nations Woman to be Ombudsman"
    "Six Nations Woman to be Ombudsman"
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989     "A Six Nations woman will be Ontario's new ombudsman. Government courses confirmed Friday that the job will go to Robtera Jamieson, the first native woman in Canada to receive a law degree."
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989   "A Six Nations woman will be Ontario's new ombudsman. Government courses confirmed Friday that the job will go to Robtera Jamieson, the first native woman in Canada to receive a ...
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  • "Roberta Jamieson, Ontario's Ombudsman Ready for Challenge"
    "Roberta Jamieson, Ontario's Ombudsman Ready for Challenge"
    newspaper  Gallagher, Beth, "Roberta Jamieson, Ontario's Ombudsman Ready for Challenge", "Roberta Jamieson, Ontario's Ombudsman Ready for Challenge", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "As Roberta Jamieson sits at a picnic table outside her cedar home on the Six Nations reserve she takes a drink of her coffee and begins to tell a bit about the woman who would be ombudsman."
    newspaper  Gallagher, Beth, "Roberta Jamieson, Ontario's Ombudsman Ready for Challenge", "Roberta Jamieson, Ontario's Ombudsman Ready for Challenge", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "As Roberta Jamieson sits at a picnic table outside her cedar home on the Six Nations reserve she takes a drink of her coffee and begins to tell a bit ...
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  • "Members of Two Indian Bands are Occupying Disputed Land"
    "Members of Two Indian Bands are Occupying Disputed Land"
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989     "Members of two local Indian bands have occupied a seven hectare property in this Bruce Peninsula city to back their claims to the historic land. The property, known as the South Ordnance Reserve, sits atop cliffs overlooking Owen Sound harbor at the northeast end of the city. It was once ...
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989   "Members of two local Indian bands have occupied a seven hectare property in this Bruce Peninsula city to back their claims to the historic land. The property, known as the ...
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  • "Special Dinner Planned for Seniors"
    "Special Dinner Planned for Seniors"
    newspapermystery  "Special Dinner Planned for Seniors", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "One of the highlights of the Six Nations Indian Fair in September was the free sample of freshly-cooked fish and game given out in the arena. And what sampled they were. My dish was heaping with venison, moose meat and fish. Lots of fish-even octopus. All of the meat was ...
    newspapermystery  "Special Dinner Planned for Seniors", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "One of the highlights of the Six Nations Indian Fair in September was the free sample of freshly-cooked fish and game given out in the arena. And what sampled they ...
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  • "To the Editor: School Boycott the Only Answer"
    "To the Editor: School Boycott the Only Answer"
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989     ... 1988, 1989 and 1990 respectively. But when will this be, we ask? Rationale for...
    newspapermystery  Fall 1989   ... 1988, 1989 and 1990 respectively. But when will this be, we ask? Rationale for...
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  • "Parents Still Want All of Asbestos Out of Schools"
    "Parents Still Want All of Asbestos Out of Schools"
    newspapermystery  Wayne, "Parents Still Want All of Asbestos Out of Schools", "Parents Still Want All of Asbestos Out of Schools", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "Marion Martin shuffles through No. 8 school on the Six Nations reserve with many questions-the kind of queries that have earned her the name of nitpicker."
    newspapermystery  Wayne, "Parents Still Want All of Asbestos Out of Schools", "Parents Still Want All of Asbestos Out of Schools", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "Marion Martin shuffles through No. 8 school on the Six Nations reserve with many questions-the kind of queries that have earned her the name of nitpicker."
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  • "Schools on Reserve Will Not Reopen Until Report on Conditions Reviewed"
    "Schools on Reserve Will Not Reopen Until Report on Conditions Reviewed"
    newspaper  Gallagher, Beth, "Schools on Reserve Will Not Reopen Until Report on Conditions Reviewed", "Schools on Reserve Will Not Reopen Until Report on Conditions Reviewed", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "Schools on the Six Nations Reserve and New Credit reserves will not reopen Monday as planned by the department of Indian Affairs."
    newspaper  Gallagher, Beth, "Schools on Reserve Will Not Reopen Until Report on Conditions Reviewed", "Schools on Reserve Will Not Reopen Until Report on Conditions Reviewed", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "Schools on the Six Nations Reserve and New Credit reserves will not reopen Monday as planned by the department of Indian Affairs."
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  • "Classes Held in Five Reserve Schools"
    "Classes Held in Five Reserve Schools"
    newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, "Classes Held in Five Reserve Schools", "Classes Held in Five Reserve Schools", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989     "John Donnelly, director of education, said Monday afternoon that 500 to 600 children attended school on the first day of regular classes Monday."
    newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, "Classes Held in Five Reserve Schools", "Classes Held in Five Reserve Schools", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989   "John Donnelly, director of education, said Monday afternoon that 500 to 600 children attended school on the first day of regular classes Monday."
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