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                  [Thayendanegea*], Ebenezer Allan*, and Silvester Tiffany*. The purpose was the overthrow
                  [Shakóye:wa:thaˀ]. Early in 1801 he visited the Grand River to solicit the advice of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*], whose interest proved to be
                  JONES, JOHN (Thayendanegea, Tyantenagen)
                  Karonghyonte (David Hill); m. Christiana Brant, second child of Thayendanegea* (Joseph Brant), and they had at least three children; d. 1834 of
                  Kerr* married Elizabeth Brant, daughter of Joseph [Thayendanegea*], thus strengthening the ties of the Kerrs with that prominent Mohawk
                  interpreter in the Indian Department at Niagara. Captain Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] soon drew
                  matters with Dorchester by offering Osgoode as his spokesman on two disputed questions, the lease of the Six Nations’ lands [see Thayendanegea
                  , Newark, and Grantham Township, he had managed to acquire 15,000 acres on the Grand River from Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*]. Ironically, despite
                  win without them. His advice against prosecuting the son of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] for murder (3 Jan. 1797) was based on
                  ) and negotiated with Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] and the Mississauga Ojibwas for a large shoreline tract near Burlington Bay (Hamilton Harbour
                  Kaieñˀkwaahtoñ*; Thayendanegea*]. Despite the standing he enjoyed among the British military, presumably because of his intellect, Red Jacket earned a
                  . Thomas Davis, a member of the wolf clan and cousin of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*], fought as an ally of the British throughout the American
                  . 27 Sept. 1794 near present-day Brantford, Ont., a member of the turtle clan and youngest son of Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea
                  Thayendanegea* (Joseph Brant)]. On the large Six Nations reserve along the Grand River, Tekarihogen exercised considerable power, not only among the Mohawks but also among other members of the Confederacy who
                  under Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*]. By the late 1780s the family had settled in Kingston, where Archibald, a master carpenter, contracted to
                  , took the loyalist side. He fought under Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] and for this service received two tracts of land along the La Tranche
                  [Thayendanegea*]. To the 1848 Toronto Mechanics’ Institute exhibition he contributed a royal arms in plaster, a rustic sun-dial, and the
                  along the river was for their use alone, but his interpretation was actively resisted by Six Nations spokesman Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*]. In
                  , movements, and intentions.” His prime responsibility, however, was to prevent Joseph Brant [Thayendanegea*] and the Six Nations from forming a pan
                  Nations Indians [see Thayendanegea*] and of military and loyalist claimants for free land were trotted out as examples of the frustration
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