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  • "Cool Competitors"
    "Cool Competitors"
    newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, "Cool Competitors", "Cool Competitors", Brantford Expositor, Summer 1987     "Amy Davis, 10 (left) and Melanie Bomberry, 7, of the Six Nations Reserve, take a shady break while waiting to take part in a dance competition. The girls were competing at the Champion of Champions Powwow, held Saturday and Sunday at Chiefswood Park. Indians from nations across North America participated ...
    newspapermystery  Thompson, Brian, "Cool Competitors", "Cool Competitors", Brantford Expositor, Summer 1987   "Amy Davis, 10 (left) and Melanie Bomberry, 7, of the Six Nations Reserve, take a shady break while waiting to take part in a dance competition. The girls were competing ...
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  • "Two Row Wampum Timeless"
    "Two Row Wampum Timeless"
    newspapermystery  Beaver, George, "Two Row Wampum Timeless", "Two Row Wampum Timeless", Brantford Expositor, July 23     "First the bad news: As part of the annual River Fest celebration at Six Nations, the Brantford Dufferin Players were going to present their play, called The Two Row Wampum. Unfortunately, the last weekend of June was very damp, so the performance got rained out."
    newspapermystery  Beaver, George, "Two Row Wampum Timeless", "Two Row Wampum Timeless", Brantford Expositor, July 23   "First the bad news: As part of the annual River Fest celebration at Six Nations, the Brantford Dufferin Players were going to present their play, called The Two Row Wampum. ...
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  • "Mohawk Traditionalists Say Stop Misusing Glebe"
    "Mohawk Traditionalists Say Stop Misusing Glebe"
    newspaper  Young, David, "Mohawk Traditionalists Say Stop Misusing Glebe", "Mohawk Traditionalists Say Stop Misusing Glebe", Brantford Expositor, 15 Oct 1994     "Traditionalist members of the Mohawk nation say they are taking over management of the Glebe lands and have begun occupying the property around the clock."
    newspaper  Young, David, "Mohawk Traditionalists Say Stop Misusing Glebe", "Mohawk Traditionalists Say Stop Misusing Glebe", Brantford Expositor, 15 Oct 1994   "Traditionalist members of the Mohawk nation say they are taking over management of the Glebe lands and have begun occupying the property around the clock."
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  • "Genie Award Recipient"
    "Genie Award Recipient"
    newspapermystery       "Gary Farmer, formerly of the Six Nations Reserve, has been nominated for a Genie Award in the best actor category."
    newspapermystery     "Gary Farmer, formerly of the Six Nations Reserve, has been nominated for a Genie Award in the best actor category."
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  • "Glebe Sand Pit Shut Off"
    "Glebe Sand Pit Shut Off"
    newspaper  Young, David, "Glebe Sand Pit Shut Off", "Glebe Sand Pit Shut Off", Brantford Expositor, 24 Oct 1994     "Mohawk traditionalists have drawn a line in the sand."
    newspaper  Young, David, "Glebe Sand Pit Shut Off", "Glebe Sand Pit Shut Off", Brantford Expositor, 24 Oct 1994   "Mohawk traditionalists have drawn a line in the sand."
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  • "Archaeologist Finds Evidence..."
    "Archaeologist Finds Evidence..."
    newspapermystery  "Archaeologist Finds Evidence...", Brantford Expositor, 26 Oct 1994     Signs of buildings from the mid-1800's have been found on the Glebe property, but nothing of a native burial ground yet, says a McMaster University archaeologist."
    newspapermystery  "Archaeologist Finds Evidence...", Brantford Expositor, 26 Oct 1994   Signs of buildings from the mid-1800's have been found on the Glebe property, but nothing of a native burial ground yet, says a McMaster University archaeologist."
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  • "Christmas Memories Are Best"
    "Christmas Memories Are Best"
    newspaper  Beaver, George, "Christmas Memories Are Best", "Christmas Memories Are Best", Brantford Expositor, 20 Dec 1994     As we get older, it seems like Christmas comes faster and faster."
    newspaper  Beaver, George, "Christmas Memories Are Best", "Christmas Memories Are Best", Brantford Expositor, 20 Dec 1994   As we get older, it seems like Christmas comes faster and faster."
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  • "Workshop Explains Six Nations History, customs"
    "Workshop Explains Six Nations History, customs"
    newspaper  Beaver, George, "Workshop Explains Six Nations History, customs", "Workshop Explains Six Nations History, customs", Brantford Expositor, 19 Apr 1995     "Six Nations Tourism co-ordinates many programs involving visitors to Six Nations Territory. These visitors often ask questions which the workers at Six Nations Tourism are not able to answer."
    newspaper  Beaver, George, "Workshop Explains Six Nations History, customs", "Workshop Explains Six Nations History, customs", Brantford Expositor, 19 Apr 1995   "Six Nations Tourism co-ordinates many programs involving visitors to Six Nations Territory. These visitors often ask questions which the workers at Six Nations Tourism are not able to answer."
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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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  • "Memories of Berries"
    "Memories of Berries"
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Memories of Berries", "Memories of Berries", Brantford Expositor     "From time immemorial the Six Nations people have looked on the strawberry as medicine as well as food."
    newspaperpublication  Beaver, George, "Memories of Berries", "Memories of Berries", Brantford Expositor   "From time immemorial the Six Nations people have looked on the strawberry as medicine as well as food."
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  • "Reflections For A Day In June"
    "Reflections For A Day In June"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Beaver, George, "Reflections For A Day In June", "Reflections For A Day In June", Brantford Expositor     "What is so rare as a day in June? It must have been a beautiful sunny day like today when another writer of the past wrote this."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  Beaver, George, "Reflections For A Day In June", "Reflections For A Day In June", Brantford Expositor   "What is so rare as a day in June? It must have been a beautiful sunny day like today when another writer of the past wrote this."
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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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  • Hill, John Edward (Jack) (Obituary)
    Hill, John Edward (Jack) (Obituary)
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario), 6 Apr 1994, . Date of Event: 19940331    
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario), 6 Apr 1994, . Date of Event: 19940331  
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  • Henhawk, Leona (née Doxtator) (Obituary)
    Henhawk, Leona (née Doxtator) (Obituary)
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 16 Jan 2013, . Date of Event: 20130113    
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 16 Jan 2013, . Date of Event: 20130113  
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  • "Idle No More rally blocks Cockshutt Road, marks coming global event"
    "Idle No More rally blocks Cockshutt Road, marks coming global event"
    textnewspaper  Jarret, Chase, "Idle No More rally blocks Cockshutt Road, marks coming global event", Turtle Island News, 16 Jan 2013     "Cockshutt Road was peacefully shutdown Saturday by Six Nations activists in solidarity with 'Global Day of Action' and Idle No More, a national, grassroots Indigenous rights movement."
    textnewspaper  Jarret, Chase, "Idle No More rally blocks Cockshutt Road, marks coming global event", Turtle Island News, 16 Jan 2013   "Cockshutt Road was peacefully shutdown Saturday by Six Nations activists in solidarity with 'Global Day of Action' and Idle No More, a national, grassroots Indigenous rights movement."
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  • "Clan Mothers put out tobacco at Great Law recital"
    "Clan Mothers put out tobacco at Great Law recital"
    textnewspaper  Windle, Jim, "Clan Mothers put out tobacco at Great Law recital", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 8 Aug 2012     "Saturday, with only a few days before the August 10th through 19th Great Law Recital, a group of six women representing themselves as Clan Mothers and Faithkeepers, spoke out at the Onondaga Longhouse against the event which has been planned for over the past two years by members of the ...
    textnewspaper  Windle, Jim, "Clan Mothers put out tobacco at Great Law recital", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 8 Aug 2012   "Saturday, with only a few days before the August 10th through 19th Great Law Recital, a group of six women representing themselves as Clan Mothers and Faithkeepers, spoke out at ...
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  • "Renewed fight to protect the "Grand""
    "Renewed fight to protect the "Grand""
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Renewed fight to protect the "Grand"", Turtle Island News, 30 Sep 1998     "WOODLAND CULTURAL CENTER - Six Nations outstanding land claims along the length of the Grand River may be just the push municipalities along the Upper Grand need to sign the Grand River Notification Agreement."
    textnewspaper  Powless, Lynda, "Renewed fight to protect the "Grand"", Turtle Island News, 30 Sep 1998   "WOODLAND CULTURAL CENTER - Six Nations outstanding land claims along the length of the Grand River may be just the push municipalities along the Upper Grand need to sign the ...
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