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                  Grand River settlement of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea]. The long evening provided a study in contrasts: sumptuous
                  Indians at Canajoharie (near Little Falls). At the latter place he first met Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea], who after
                  THAYENDANEGEA (he also signed Thayendanegen, Thayeadanegea, Joseph Thayendanegea, and Joseph Brant
                   
                  under Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*]. By the late 1780s the family had settled in Kingston, where Archibald, a master carpenter, contracted to
                   
                  settlement each year. He never learned the Mohawk language – relying instead upon Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] and John
                  Brant [Thayendanegea*] in the American Revolutionary War. Her father, Peter Smith, a prosperous Mohawk farmer, served in the 1850s as the Six
                   
                  [Thayendanegea*] early in 1798. By late 1801 Mallory had acquired stills, which he seems to have leased for some time since he did not possess a licence. On 2 April 1802 he took out a recognizance to
                  interpreter in the Indian Department at Niagara. Captain Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] soon drew
                  . 28 Aug. 1863 Ellen Hill (Karakwineh, meaning “moving sun”), great-granddaughter of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea
                  matters with Dorchester by offering Osgoode as his spokesman on two disputed questions, the lease of the Six Nations’ lands [see Thayendanegea
                  judgment” and influence who travelled east in 1886 to witness the unveiling of a monument to Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea
                  ) and negotiated with Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] and the Mississauga Ojibwas for a large shoreline tract near Burlington Bay (Hamilton Harbour
                  [Thayendanegea], the Indian leader, asserted the Indians’ right to sell their land; however, Simcoe and Russell maintained that it had been given in perpetuity and could not be alienated. After Simcoe’s
                   
                  Puisaye*, Comte de Puisaye, and Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea]. The latter concern was especially pressing
                  [Thayendanegea*] negotiating the controversial settlement of the Six Nations Indians near the Grand River. As a small boy Richardson had himself encountered Norton, who had been a trading agent for John Askin
                  support and ultimate removal; hence the mutual distrust that developed between him and Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea
                  ; Kaieñˀkwaahtoñ*; Thayendanegea]. The success of
                  win without them. His advice against prosecuting the son of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] for murder (3 Jan. 1797) was based on
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