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"Indian Woman's Rights"


This is a newspaper clipping from July 5, 1985 which tells us that Mary Two-Axe Earley regained her status as a Mohawk after nearly 50 years of having lost it by marrying a “non-Indian”. This is a result of an amendment to the Indian Rights Act which “eliminated discrimination against Indian women who marry non-Indians”.