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 By James Ransom    Culture    July 21, 2011

The Waters

When the New York Power Author presented these proposals to the CCP Team, they also announced that they would, holding separate meetings with Mohawks to discuss the Mohawk issues, the summer of 1998,...

 By James Ransom    Culture    July 14, 2011

The Waters

Why the CCP Didn’t work for the Mohawks of Akwesasne As has been mentioned earlier, the Kaswentha or Two-Row Wampum Belt recognized that two distinct societies, the Haudenosaunee, in our canoe, and...

 By James Ransom    Culture    July 7, 2011

The Waters

The Senecas begin fighting against the Kinzua Dam as early as the mid 1920’s. However, they were up against a stacked deck. By the mid-40’s, the Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh Chamber of...

 By James Ransom    News    June 30, 2011

U.S. Claims Underlying title to Islands on Behalf of Mohawks

James Cooney, United States Department of Justice, threw the State of New York for a loop at the June 16, 2011 land claim hearing in Albany when he asserted that underlying title to Barnhart, Baxter,...

 By James Ransom    Culture    June 30, 2011

The Waters

The Lewiston Reservoir In 1950, the United States and Canada signed the International Niagara River Treaty to promote the hydroelectric potential of the river. Eleven years later, in 1961, when the...


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