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The Six Nations

The Six Nations

Photos by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted April, 2010

The Six Nations

Plaque Location

The County of Brant
Six Nations of the Grand River
In Ohsweken, in Six Nations Veterans' Park at the
northwest corner of Chiefswood Road and 4th Line


Coordinates: N 43 04.156 W 80 07.103

Map

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Plaque Text

Commemorating the loyal services and unswerving fidelity of the Six Nations of Iroquois Indians to the British Empire in the Seven Years War, the War of the American Revolution, and in the defence of Upper Canada in 1812-14 and 1837-38.









Other plaques at this location
Ahyouwaeghs * John Brant 1794-1832
Thayendanega (Joseph Brant) 1742-1807

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First Nations

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War of 1812

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1837 Rebellion

Other Plaques in Six Nations of the Grand River
Ahyouwaeghs * John Brant 1794-1832
Chiefswood
E. Pauline Johnson 1861-1913
New Credit Indian Reserve and Mission
Thayendanega (Joseph Brant) 1742-1807
Tom Longboat 1886-1949

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Brant County Plaques




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