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“Teachers Amongst their own People”: Kanyen'kehá:ka (Mohawk) Women Teachers in Nineteenth-Century Tyendinaga and Grand River, Ontario
ABSTRACT In the mid-nineteenth century, the New England Company (NEC), an Anglican missionary society, focused many of its efforts on hiring Indigenous teachers for its schools at Grand River andExpand
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“True to my own noble race”: Six Nations Women Teachers at Grand River in the early Twentieth Century
While classrooms for Indigenous children across Canada were often taught by non-Indigenous men and women, at the Six Nations of Grand River, numerous Haudenosaunee women worked as teachers in the dayExpand
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Race, Gender and Colonialism: Public Life among the Six Nations of Grand River, 1899-1939
Six Nations women transformed and maintained power in the Grand River community in the early twentieth century. While no longer matrilineal or matrilocal, and while women no longer had effectiveExpand
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