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Iroquois group including William Red Cloud (standing far left), and William Henry Fish Carrier (sitting far right), while attending the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York - 1901

Iroquois group including William Red Cloud (standing far left), and William Henry Fish Carrier (sitting far right), while attending the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York - 1901

JOSEPH DYBO (MOHAWK) , circa 1959

JOSEPH DYBO (MOHAWK) , circa 1959

Kidd Smith, Seneca carver, at work in the Tonawanda Community House. Photographed by Helen Post, 1940.

Kidd Smith, Seneca carver, at work in the Tonawanda Community House. Photographed by Helen Post,

IROQUOIS MOHAWK FAMILY , 1936

IROQUOIS MOHAWK FAMILY , 1936

LAKOTA MAN AND AN IROQUOIS MOHAWK MAN , 1945

LAKOTA MAN AND AN IROQUOIS MOHAWK MAN , 1945

Circa 1910 real photo postcard. This individual is identified on the back as: "Big Bear, Iroquois tribe, Caughnawaga, Canada." His Plains Indian attire suggest he may have been involved in the Wild West Shows. He is wearing a heart shaped piece of fancy Mohawk beadwork on his shirt.

This will be my last posting on historic images from Kahnawake. After this I'll be getting back into beadwork.

IROQUOIS MOHAWK COUPLE

IROQUOIS MOHAWK COUPLE

Abraham Brant, great grandson of Mohawk and Revolutionary War general Joseph Brant.

Abraham Brant, great grandson of Mohawk and Revolutionary War general Joseph Brant. (Not a direct ancestor, but an uncle or a cousin.

IROQUOIS , 1908

IROQUOIS , 1908

ROY BRANT (MOHAWK)

ROY BRANT (MOHAWK)