Early Feminists were inspired by the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois confederacy). Overcoming intertribal warfare they developed a union based on respect, balance and dignity of all, women included. Pictures show Audrey and Jeanne ann Shenandoah, Rochelle Brown, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott and Mathilda Joslyn Gage. "Under Iroquois women the science of Government reached the highest form known to the world".
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Early Successor State Feminists were inspired by the Haudenosaunee First Nation. They developed a union based on respect, balance and dignity of all, women included.
Early Feminists were inspired by the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois confederacy). Overcoming intertribal warfare they developed a union based on respect, balance and dignity for all, women included. Pictures show Audrey and Jeanne Shenandoah, Rochelle Brown, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott and Mathilda Joslyn Gage. "Under Iroquois women the science of Government reached the highest form known to the world".
Jay Silverheels was born Harold Smith in Canada on the Six Nations Indian Reserve. His father was a Mohawk chief who had served in World War I. At the time, the Iroquois – like most First Nations people in Canada and their counterparts in the United States – were not considered citizens. As a young man, Silverheels was incredibly athletic and quickly rose to the status of lacrosse & boxing champion. He came to the US to pursue an athletic career off-rez and soon caught Hollywood’s eye, landing him his first roles as a stuntman and movie extra.
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Jay Silverheels (Canadian Mohawk) played "Tonto" in the Lone Ranger movies born Harold Smith on the Six Nations Indian Reserve. He took his screen name from a nickname he had gotten as a lacrosse player. His most famous role was playing Tonto on television and in movies. LL:)
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Mrs. Lola Boyle, Mohawk Indian, uses a riveter at her job at Brewster Aeronautical Corporation in Newark, New Jersey. Many women took production jobs to assist in the war effort while their husbands served overseas during World War II.
Tattoo markings of Mohawk (left) and Cree Indian males: Tattoo History - First Nations Tattoo Images - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide
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Documentary Traces Brooklyn's Mohawk Ironworkers: children of the workers
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HISTORY: Family is foundation of documentary on NYC’s Mohawk ironworker community | American Indian News Service
The Mohawk Indians who put up the city skyline. Pic from 1971
working on the empire state building -
mohawk's John Deere a family mid 1800,s
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John Deer with his daughter, Beatrice Deer (later aka Beatrice Deer-Jacobs), and his wife Cecelia Barnhardt-Deer near Niagra Falls - Iroquois (Mohawk) - circa 1920
Dekanawida, told us this story about the White, Red and Black Serpents just before he left us.