Dearing, Stephanie, "Six Nations Role in Battle of Beaver Dams Commemorated", "Six Nations Role in Battle of Beaver Dams Commemorated", Tekawennake News (Ohsweken Ontario: Tekawennake News, 1968), 26 Jun 2013, p.5 "The Battle of Beaver Dams, one that was fought entirely by Six Nations warriors, was commemorated with three new plaques this past weekend."
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."...
"War of 1812: Battle of York, Celebrates 200th Anniversary", Turtle Island News, 1 May 2013, p.5 "Over 7,000 people participated in the commemorative ceremonies held inside the walls of Fort York National Historic Site marking the anniversary of the Battle of York."
Thompson, Carolyn, "War of 1812 monument thanks Tuscarora Nation for helping NY", "War of 1812 monument thanks Tuscarora Nation for helping NY", Turtle Island News, 10 Apr 2013, p. 4
...Report on the dedication of a momument to the Tuscarora Nation for their contribution to the War of 1812
on the 200th anniversary of the burning of Lewiston by the Lewiston Historical Association Tuscarora Heroes Project. An account of the Tuscarora role in halting the British army at Lewiston...
Jarrett, Chase, "Commemoration Sheds Light on 1812 Battle Steeped in Myth", "Commemoration Sheds Light on 1812 Battle Steeped in Myth", Turtle Island News, 26 Jun 2013, p.4 "Hundreds now know that 200 years ago, the Battle of Beaverdams was fought and won entirely by Onkwehonwe warriors."
Jarrett, Chase, "War of 1812 Part of Haudenosaunee '60 Years War,' Historian Says", "War of 1812 Part of Haudenosaunee '60 Years War,' Historian Says", Turtle Island News, 19 Feb 2014, p.16
..."For the Haudenosaunee there really wasn't a War of 1812
, an American Revolution or a Seven Years War. There was a 60 year war between European settlers that had Haudenosaunee fighting to hold onto their lands, says historian and author Carl Benn."...
Jarrett, Chase, "First Nations Youth Art Offers Insight into War of 1812", "First Nations Youth Art Offers Insight into War of 1812", Turtle Island News, 20 Mar 2013, p.2
..."Cecil Montour, Angelina Bomberry, and Chancey Maracle were winners of a Woodland Cultural Centre art contest held during last fall's Whirlwind Conference on the war of 1812
Jarrett, Chase, "Memorial Offers Chance to Walk in Laura Secord's Shoes", "Memorial Offers Chance to Walk in Laura Secord's Shoes", Turtle Island News, 22 May 2013, p.5
..."Almost 200 years ago during the war of 1812
, Haudenosaunee scouts ran across a woman who was stumbling through the forests of Niagara region alone and frightened."...
Beaver, George, "'Refugees' Merged to Form Mingoes", "'Refugees' Merged to Form Mingoes", Brantford Expositor, 8 May 1991
..."The Mingoes, I found out, were a conglomeration of different native refugees who had been displaced by the fighting and unrest around the time of the American Revolution and the War of 1812
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."
Jarrett, Chase, "Historic War of 1812 Minute Features Six Nations Warriors", "Historic War of 1812 Minute Features Six Nations Warriors", Turtle Island News, 19 Jun 2013, p.2
..."Applause broke out last Wednesday evening after the official launch of a new historical minute debuted by the Historica-Dominion Institute (H-DI) showing a Haudenosaunee win during the War of 1812
..."During the War of 1812
between the United States and Canada, a group of Delaware Indians who felt close ties with the British migrated from their original home territory along the Delaware River to Canada. Legend has it that they asked permission to stay in the Grand River country for one night...
Two Row Time Staff, "Remembering the Pledge of the Crown", "Remembering the Pledge of the Crown", Two Row Times, 22 Apr 2015
..."According to a press release sent by Tourism Hamilton, The City of Hamilton and Six Nations community members are joining to commemorate the end of the War of 1812
this coming Saturday, April 25."...
"Mrs. Arnold D. Hill is the curator of Chiefswood. On Weekends and holidays Mrs. Hill is busy guiding tourists through the Johnson home. But on weekdays she has time to talk with visitors, not only about Chiefswood and Pauline Johnson, but also about Indians and their way of life."
... as the site to guard against attacks by American fleet during the war of 1812
White, Vicki, "Six Nations People Join U.S. Forces in Gulf", "Six Nations People Join U.S. Forces in Gulf", Brantford Expositor, 21 Jan 1991 "Last summer, Mohawks confronted members of the Canadian forces in the Oka conflict. This winter, Mohawks are working side by side with those forces in the Persian Gulf."
"Old Chapel Presents New Problem", Brantford Expositor, 20 Nov 1961 This article discusses the need for architectural assessment of the Mohawk Chapel in preparation for the installation of new stained glass windows as well as a memorial. In addition, it was noted that two important anniversaries would occur that year, and the importance of the preservation of the...
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