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  • "Native Conference May Be Historic"
    "Native Conference May Be Historic"
    newspapermystery  Beaver, George, "Native Conference May Be Historic", "Native Conference May Be Historic", Brantford Expositor     "What promises to be an historic gathering of native people is scheduled to take place at McMaster University in Hamilton at the end of this month."
    newspapermystery  Beaver, George, "Native Conference May Be Historic", "Native Conference May Be Historic", Brantford Expositor   "What promises to be an historic gathering of native people is scheduled to take place at McMaster University in Hamilton at the end of this month."
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  • "Innu Fight Against Government Called 'Life and Death Struggle'"
    "Innu Fight Against Government Called 'Life and Death Struggle'"
    newspapermystery  Spring 1990     "The 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's discovery of the New World is nothing to be happy about, a native leader says."
    newspapermystery  Spring 1990   "The 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's discovery of the New World is nothing to be happy about, a native leader says."
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  • "Conference Aims to Rebuild Nations"
    "Conference Aims to Rebuild Nations"
    newspaper       "The theme of this year's Drumbeat Conference is rebuilding Our Nations. Like last year, it will be hosted by the Hodenosaunee Confederacy of the Six Nations."
    newspaper     "The theme of this year's Drumbeat Conference is rebuilding Our Nations. Like last year, it will be hosted by the Hodenosaunee Confederacy of the Six Nations."
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  • "Time Arrived to Settle Issues, Natives Told"
    "Time Arrived to Settle Issues, Natives Told"
    newspaper  White, Vicki, "Time Arrived to Settle Issues, Natives Told", "Time Arrived to Settle Issues, Natives Told", Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1991     "The challenge was sent to every one of the 250 native and non-native people at the Drumbeat Conference in Hamilton on Sunday."
    newspaper  White, Vicki, "Time Arrived to Settle Issues, Natives Told", "Time Arrived to Settle Issues, Natives Told", Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1991   "The challenge was sent to every one of the 250 native and non-native people at the Drumbeat Conference in Hamilton on Sunday."
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  • "Films Feature Indigenous People"
    "Films Feature Indigenous People"
    newspaper  Beaver, George, "Films Feature Indigenous People", "Films Feature Indigenous People", Brantford Expositor, October 27     "A very interesting film festival will be held in Hamilton this weekend. It is billed as the First International Indigenous People's Film Festival."
    newspaper  Beaver, George, "Films Feature Indigenous People", "Films Feature Indigenous People", Brantford Expositor, October 27   "A very interesting film festival will be held in Hamilton this weekend. It is billed as the First International Indigenous People's Film Festival."
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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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  • "Hamilton Indian centre opens"
    "Hamilton Indian centre opens"
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Hamilton Indian centre opens", Southam News, Fall 1992     "When Obibwa Elder Randel Prouix lit the plait of sweetgrass and cut the cedar decorated ribbon he opened the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre's new home to 20,000 people."
    newspaperpublicationmystery  "Hamilton Indian centre opens", Southam News, Fall 1992   "When Obibwa Elder Randel Prouix lit the plait of sweetgrass and cut the cedar decorated ribbon he opened the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre's new home to 20,000 people."
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  • "Non-Natives Distorted Native Culture: Writers"
    "Non-Natives Distorted Native Culture: Writers"
    newspaperpublication  White, Vicki, "Non-Natives Distorted Native Culture: Writers", "Non-Natives Distorted Native Culture: Writers", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1992     "Among aboriginal people, stories are teachings and are essential for cultural survival, says Ojibwa author Lenore Keeshig-Tobias."
    newspaperpublication  White, Vicki, "Non-Natives Distorted Native Culture: Writers", "Non-Natives Distorted Native Culture: Writers", Brantford Expositor, Fall 1992   "Among aboriginal people, stories are teachings and are essential for cultural survival, says Ojibwa author Lenore Keeshig-Tobias."
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  • "University Reaches Onto Six Nations"
    "University Reaches Onto Six Nations"
    newspaperpublication  Winter 1992     "The school is developing an indigenous studies program, which is headed by a native woman."
    newspaperpublication  Winter 1992   "The school is developing an indigenous studies program, which is headed by a native woman."
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  • "Native Protesters Storm Tax Office"
    "Native Protesters Storm Tax Office"
    newspaperpublication  "Native Protesters Storm Tax Office", Hamilton Spectator, Summer 1993     "Drums pounding and voices chanting, native protesters stormed into a Revenue Canada office on Wednesday, demanding answers to a new taxation policy they say will hurt natives."
    newspaperpublication  "Native Protesters Storm Tax Office", Hamilton Spectator, Summer 1993   "Drums pounding and voices chanting, native protesters stormed into a Revenue Canada office on Wednesday, demanding answers to a new taxation policy they say will hurt natives."
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  • "Two Investors in Smoke Plant- Drug Connection"
    "Two Investors in Smoke Plant- Drug Connection"
    newspaperpublication  Legall, Paul, "Two Investors in Smoke Plant- Drug Connection", "Two Investors in Smoke Plant- Drug Connection", Hamilton Spectator, Winter 1994     "Two Hamilton businessmen, pushing for the establishment of a tax-free cigarette plant on the Six Nations Reserve, once ran a major drug smuggling pipeline from Mexico to Canada."
    newspaperpublication  Legall, Paul, "Two Investors in Smoke Plant- Drug Connection", "Two Investors in Smoke Plant- Drug Connection", Hamilton Spectator, Winter 1994   "Two Hamilton businessmen, pushing for the establishment of a tax-free cigarette plant on the Six Nations Reserve, once ran a major drug smuggling pipeline from Mexico to Canada."
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  • Hill, Ashley Mae to Hill, Darryl and Hill, Patty (née Doxtdator) (Birth announcement)
    Hill, Ashley Mae to Hill, Darryl and Hill, Patty (née Doxtdator) (Birth announcement)
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 18 Nov 1998, . Date of Event: 19981111    
    genealogical resourcenewspapertext  appeared in Turtle Island News, 18 Nov 1998, . Date of Event: 19981111  
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  • "Six Nations Role in War of 1812 Stoney Creek Battle to be Highlighted"
    "Six Nations Role in War of 1812 Stoney Creek Battle to be Highlighted"
    newspaperpublication  Duric, Donna, "Six Nations Role in War of 1812 Stoney Creek Battle to be Highlighted", "Six Nations Role in War of 1812 Stoney Creek Battle to be Highlighted", Turtle Island News, 10 Apr 2013, p.4     "Six Nations' role in the War of 1812 and Battle of Stoney Creek will be highlighted during a special ceremony this spring."
    newspaperpublication  Duric, Donna, "Six Nations Role in War of 1812 Stoney Creek Battle to be Highlighted", "Six Nations Role in War of 1812 Stoney Creek Battle to be Highlighted", Turtle Island News, 10 Apr 2013, p.4   "Six Nations' role in the War of 1812 and Battle of Stoney Creek will be highlighted during a special ceremony this spring."
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  • "Former Elected Chief Wins War of 1812 Sculpture Competition"
    "Former Elected Chief Wins War of 1812 Sculpture Competition"
    newspaperpublication  Jarrett, Chase, "Former Elected Chief Wins War of 1812 Sculpture Competition", "Former Elected Chief Wins War of 1812 Sculpture Competition", Turtle Island News, 5 Jun 2013, p.5     "Veteran Six Nations artist and former band council chief Dave General is the winner of the Battlefield Public Art Competition."
    newspaperpublication  Jarrett, Chase, "Former Elected Chief Wins War of 1812 Sculpture Competition", "Former Elected Chief Wins War of 1812 Sculpture Competition", Turtle Island News, 5 Jun 2013, p.5   "Veteran Six Nations artist and former band council chief Dave General is the winner of the Battlefield Public Art Competition."
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  • "Sir John A. MacDonald 'father of genocide' says Hamilton group"
    "Sir John A. MacDonald 'father of genocide' says Hamilton group"
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Sir John A. MacDonald 'father of genocide' says Hamilton group", Turtle Island News, 14 Jan 2015     Sir John A. MacDonald "father of genocide" says Hamilton group By Donna Duric, Writer HAMILTON - A planned wreath-laying at a statue of Sir John A. MacDonald at Gore Park in downtown Hamilton had to be diverted Sunday afternoon after about a dozen people congregated around the ...
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Sir John A. MacDonald 'father of genocide' says Hamilton group", Turtle Island News, 14 Jan 2015   Sir John A. MacDonald "father of genocide" says Hamilton group By Donna Duric, Writer HAMILTON - A planned wreath-laying at a statue of Sir John A. MacDonald at Gore Park ...
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  • "Hamilton event to draw attention to missing and murdered indigenous women"
    "Hamilton event to draw attention to missing and murdered indigenous women"
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Hamilton event to draw attention to missing and murdered indigenous women", Turtle Island News, 4 Feb 2015     Hamilton event to draw attention to missing and murdered indigenous women By Donna Duric, Writer One of the busiest intersections in Hamilton will be shut down from 2 p.m. to dusk on Friday, Feb. 13 to draw attention to missing and murdered indigenous women. The event, dubbed ...
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Hamilton event to draw attention to missing and murdered indigenous women", Turtle Island News, 4 Feb 2015   Hamilton event to draw attention to missing and murdered indigenous women By Donna Duric, Writer One of the busiest intersections in Hamilton will be shut down from 2 p.m. to ...
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  • "First Nations education conference in Hamilton"
    "First Nations education conference in Hamilton"
    textnewspaper  Gregoire, Marie-Lauren, "First Nations education conference in Hamilton", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 14 Feb 2001     First Nations education conference in Hamilton by Marie-Lauren Gregoire HAMILTON - Mississaugas of the New Credit hosted the 4th annual Partners in Success education conference at the Sheraton Hotel on February 6 to 9, 2001. The Mississaugas of the New Credit partnered with Indian ...
    textnewspaper  Gregoire, Marie-Lauren, "First Nations education conference in Hamilton", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 14 Feb 2001   First Nations education conference in Hamilton by Marie-Lauren Gregoire HAMILTON - Mississaugas of the New Credit hosted the 4th annual Partners in Success education conference at the Sheraton Hotel on ...
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  • "Mercredi decries armed response to terrorism"
    "Mercredi decries armed response to terrorism"
    textnewspaper  Baswick, Paul, "Mercredi decries armed response to terrorism", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 24 Oct 2001     Mercredi decries armed response to terrorism Former National Chief calls for international peace conference to address issues of global terrorism and poverty By Paul Baswick HAMILTON - Ovide Mercredi has called on world leaders to unite for a international peace conference ...
    textnewspaper  Baswick, Paul, "Mercredi decries armed response to terrorism", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 24 Oct 2001   Mercredi decries armed response to terrorism Former National Chief calls for international peace conference to address issues of global terrorism and poverty By Paul Baswick HAMILTON - Ovide Mercredi has ...
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  • "Leasing company's battle with Revenue Canada"
    "Leasing company's battle with Revenue Canada"
    textnewspaper  Smith, Scott, "Leasing company's battle with Revenue Canada", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 29 Jul 1998, pp.1-2     Leasing company's battle with Revenue Canada Inching toward resolution by Scott Smith HAMILTON - A grueling ten year wrangle between a Six Nations-based employee leasing company and Revenue Canada over whether or not off-reserve Aboriginal workers can benefit from the same ...
    textnewspaper  Smith, Scott, "Leasing company's battle with Revenue Canada", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken, Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 29 Jul 1998, pp.1-2   Leasing company's battle with Revenue Canada Inching toward resolution by Scott Smith HAMILTON - A grueling ten year wrangle between a Six Nations-based employee leasing company and Revenue Canada over ...
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  • "Idle No More Flash Mob hits Brantford Mall and regroups at Hamilton mall Christmas Eve"
    "Idle No More Flash Mob hits Brantford Mall and regroups at Hamilton mall Christmas Eve"
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Idle No More Flash Mob hits Brantford Mall and regroups at Hamilton mall Christmas Eve", Turtle Island News, 2 Jan 2013     IDLE NO MORE FLASH MOB HITS BRANTFORD MALL...AND REGROUPS AT HAMILTON MALL CHRISTMAS EVE Close to 1,000 Six Nations and Anishinabe people from home and surrounding communities gathered at Lynden Park Mall Dec. 23 to participate in a traditional round dance to the sound of drums. Event ...
    textnewspaper  Duric, Donna, "Idle No More Flash Mob hits Brantford Mall and regroups at Hamilton mall Christmas Eve", Turtle Island News, 2 Jan 2013   IDLE NO MORE FLASH MOB HITS BRANTFORD MALL...AND REGROUPS AT HAMILTON MALL CHRISTMAS EVE Close to 1,000 Six Nations and Anishinabe people from home and surrounding communities gathered at Lynden ...
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