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Dr. Oranhyatekha (Oronhyatekha Obituary)


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This is a clipping from the April 1968 edition of “The Sentinel”. It describes the doctor's heritage, visit to the Prince of Wales who later became King Edward VII, and his studies at Oxford University in England.
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“Dr. Oranhyatekha – During the formative years, one of the oustanding Canadians to participate and become the first Medical Referee was Dr. Oranhyatekha, a Past District Master from London, Ontario. Oranyhatekha was a full-blooded Indian born on the Six Nations' Reserve near Brantford. He obtained an early education and was chosen by the Chiefs of his tribe to present an address to the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) during the historic 1860 Canadian visitation. The Prince was so impresed by the bearing and dignity of the young brave, that he invited, and arranged that Oranhyatekha should continue studies at Oxford in England. Such was the calibre of the men who tended range Insurance in its formative years – April 1968 “The Sentinel””
Date of Original:
April 1968
Dimensions:
Width: 6.7 cm
Height: 14.3 cm
Image Dimensions:
Image Width: 6.7cm
Image Height: 14.3cm
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English
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Dr. Oranhyatekha (Oronhyatekha Obituary)
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Dr. Oranhyatekha (Oronhyatekha Obituary)


This is a clipping from the April 1968 edition of “The Sentinel”. It describes the doctor's heritage, visit to the Prince of Wales who later became King Edward VII, and his studies at Oxford University in England.