Honour of Six Nations’ alliance with the Crown in First World War

By Thohahoken In 1913 Arthur the Duke of Connaught travelled to Ohsweken. At the now “old” council house on the Six Nations territory, the Duke…

Six Nations’ funded colleges and universities and never repaid

The use of Six Nations’ trust funds links to a federal debt owed to the Six Nations of the Grand River for funding other higher…

What about that 1701 Nanfan Treaty?

By Jim Windle with notes from Paul Williams SIX NATIONS – Did the Haudenosaunee give away a huge chunk of land in 1701? There is…

A primer on the Grand River Valley since 1784

Following the American Revolution the remnants of the Five Nations Rotinohsyonni Confederacy took refuge in the Grand River Valley, 70 miles south of Toronto, Canada.…

December 1922: the first raid on Six Nations

SIX NATIONS – Anyone who has any knowledge of the political history of Six Nations will have heard when the RCMP invaded Six Nations and…

1803 letter reveals contemporary understanding

Excerpts from a personal letter written April 2, 1803, between Samuel Peters, friend, United Empire Loyalist and grandfather of Samuel Peters Jarvis, who would eventually…