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Laura Secord National Monument Petition 
ImagePublication  Oct 4, 1901,   Flatbed scan of a petition for the construction of a National Monument to Laura Secord. Being a transcript of a paper read by R. E. A. Land before the U. E. L. (United Empire Loyalists) Association of Ontario on October 4th, 1901
War of 1812 Series (15): Roster of Battles of War of 1812 
TextPublicationMysteries:  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Roster of Battles of War of 1812 (Actions involving the Indian Department in bold) Battle of Tippecanoe 1811 President vs. Belvidera - 6/23/1812 Battles for Michilimackinac Island, 1812 Battle of Fort Dearborn ­ 7/17/1812 Raid on Gananoque ­ 9/21/1812...
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War of 1812 Series (17): Hodinohsonni in 1812 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Hodinohson:ni in 1812 In 1812 the Hodinohson:ni were divided into a dozen small communities, torn with internal strife and disagreements about how best to secure a future. Some chiefs like Jishkahga (Little Billy) were receiving life pensions from...
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War of 1812 Series (53): Dispossess by the Allies 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Dispossess by the Allies Original Haldimand Tract on left, Reserve created in 1841. The Haudenosaunee developed an alliance with the western nations and placed a "Moon of Wampum" in the Ohio Country, thereby symbolically making that territory...
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War of 1812 Series (1): Tradition of Making Allies 
TextPublication  2012,  
...; that it is their determination to remain united; that they will never do anything contrary to the interests of the whole, but that they will always act towards each other like brothers." Sagoyewatha (Red Jacket), Seneca, displaying the Five Lands Wampum Belt (seen above) to U.S. Indian Agent prior to the War of 1812...
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War of 1812 Series (29): Teyoninhokarawen - Hero or Instigator 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Teyoninhokarawen: Hero or Instigator? Portrait of Major John Norton as Mohawk Chief Teyoninhokarawen: an important Indian portrait of a major figure in the War of 1812 Mather Brown (1761 ­ 1831) Yale Center for British Art The most controversial "...
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War of 1812 Series (4): Conflicting Covenant Chains 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Conflicting Covenant Chains Covenant Chain Wampum Belt, 1764 This drawing was made from the original belt, which has since been lost. The Hodinohson:ni had been allied with Great Britain through the Covenant Chain, as seen in the wampum belt...
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War of 1812 Series (47): Their Fame Liveth 
TextPublication  2012,  
... in action here, 13th October, 1812."...
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War of 1812 Series (18): Traveling War Belts 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Traveling War Belts A large Wampum Belt with proper designations & an appropriate speech, encouraging a general and spirited combination, among the different Indian tribes, to be immediately forwarded. Robert Dickson of the Indian Department to General...
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The Battle of Fort George 
PublicationText  1896,   ... Campbell in 1791, D'Arcy Bolton in 1794, the Duke de Rochefoucauld Liancourt in 1795, Isaac Weld and J.C. Ogden in 1796, John Maude in 1800, George Heriot in 1806, Christian Schultz in 1807, John Melish in 1810 and Michael Smith in 1812, have described the town and adjacent country at considerable...
War of 1812 Series (3): Brock Had His Doubts 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 General Brock Had His Doubts Portrait by John Wycliffe Lowes Forster Copied from a portrait owned by John Savery Carey, Channel Islands in 1897. Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1991-30-1 Sir Isaac Brock was Administrator of Upper Canada from...
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War of 1812 Series (61): Weapons of War 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Weapons of War William "Tiger" Dunlop, writing of his 1812 war experiences, described the use of tomahawks during the siege of Fort Erie in 1814: When their opponents were from fifteen to twenty yards in advance of them, they [warriors] threw...
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War of 1812 Series (10): Crossing Niagara, Making Enemies 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Crossing Niagara, Making Enemies Red Jacket George Catlin, 1827 Gilcrease Institute of History and Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma "Brother! . . . Our property is seized upon by the British and their Indian friends. It is necessary for us, then, to take up...
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War of 1812 Series (35): Condolence for General Brock 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Condolence for General Brock A Council of Condolence for General Brock was held at the Indian Council House at Fort George on November 6, 1812. Kodeaneyonte (Little Cayuga) spoke, holding wampum beads like the ones shown here: We, therefore, now seeing...
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War of 1812 Series (32): Lundy's Lane 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 July 25, 1814 Lundy's Lane Battle of Lundy's Lane, Harpers Weekly In the bloody battle of Lundy's Lane near Niagara Falls, the British were victorious. About 50 Grand River warriors followed John Norton to Lundy's Lane, including...
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War of 1812 Series (26): He Fires, Then Retires 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 He Fires, Then Retires British Lt. James Fitzgibbon of the 49th Regiment of Foot provided this description of Hodinohson:ni fighting tactics in War of 1812: The Indians, when retreating and coming to a ravine, do not at once cross the ravine and defend...
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War of 1812 Series (57): Land Legacy-Broken Promises 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Land Legacy: Broken Promises British officials made many promises to the warrior in order to convince them to take to the war trail. Grand River Chief Jesquoquo (Seneca John) told a missionary Robert J. Roberts in 1872 that he had been in thirteen fights...
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War of 1812 Series (56): Who Won the War 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Who Won the War? A two-piece round snuff box of black-enamel, with a lacquered, transfer-image of four military figures and an Indian who oversees the signing of the Treaty of Ghent, while winged Victory hovers above. Britannia appears at the right in a...
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War of 1812 Series (58): Military Legacy 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 Military Legacy When the first commemorative medallion was designed for veterans of the War of 1812, a lion represented Great Britain, a beaver represented Canada and an Eagle represented the Americans. However, there was no symbolic animal for the Native...
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War of 1812 Series (13): General Hull's Freakout 
TextPublication  2012,  
...Six Nations Legacy Consortium War of 1812 General Hull's Freakout 1812 "I have done what my conscience directed. I have saved Detroit and the Territory from the horrors of an Indian massacre." U.S. General William Hull who surrendered Fort Detroit to General Isaac Brock, 1812 Hull...
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