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Encyclopedia > Six Nations of the Grand River

Six Nations of the Grand River is the name applied to two contiguous Indian reserves southeast of Brantford, Ontario, Canada – Six Nations reserve no. 40 and Glebe Farm reserve no. 40B. The original reserve was granted to Joseph Brant and his Iroquois followers in 1784 in appreciation of their support in the American Revolution. They later welcomed a group of Delawares to the reserve. The current reserves encompass 184.7 sq km (71 sq. mi.), all but 0.4 sq km in Six Nations reserve no. 40.


Six Nations of the Grand River is the most populous reserve in Canada, with a population in 2001 of 21,474. The reserve is home to members of the following nations:

  • Mohawk
    • Bay of Quinte Mohawk
    • Lower Mohawk
    • Upper Mohawk
    • Walker Mohawk
  • Oneida
  • Tuscarora
  • Onondaga
    • Bearfoot Onondaga
    • Onondaga Clear Sky
  • Cayuga
    • Lower Cayuga
    • Upper Cayuga
  • Seneca
    • Konadaha Seneca
    • Niharondasa Seneca
  • Delaware (Munsee)

The reserve has both a traditional Iroquois council of chiefs and an elected band council conforming to Canadian government requirements.


External link

  • Six Nations of the Grand River website (http://www.sixnations.ca)

 
 

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