Six Nations of the Grand River Reserve, Ohsweken

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Six Nations is the largest First Nations reserve in Canada with a total of 25,660 members. Some 12,271 are reported living on this reserve. It is the only reserve in North America that has all six Iroquois nations living together. These nations are the Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca and Tuscarora. There are also some Delaware living in the territory.The Six Nations reserve is bordered by the County of Brant, city of Brantford, ON, Norfolk County, Haldimand County,and has a subsection reservation, the New Credit Reserve located within it boundaries.The acreage at present covers some 46000acre near the city of Brantford, Ontario. This represents approximately 5% of the original 950000acre of land granted to the Six Nations by the 1784 Haldimand Treaty.
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  • The annual Grand River Pow Wow is an excellent event with dozens of folks in their native regalia dancing. If you want a seat in the outdoor arena - particularly one of the few in the shade - you need...  read more »
  • We had a lovely afternoon enjoying the 2016 Pow Wow.In spite of the heat (about 32c.) everyone was In great spirits. The dancers were terrific, I just don't know where they got their energy. Lots of v...  read more »
  • Every year the 4th weekend in July, there is a native American powwow held here. They are 400 dancers, amazing food vendors, an 100 craft vendors, its an awesome event that everyone should experince 
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