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Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne

Covering more than 26 square miles, Akwesasne is the largest Mohawk nation (Kanien'kehá:ka) community and land-holding. The territory straddles the invisible line between the United States (New York) and Canada (Ontario, Quebec) along the St. Lawrence River. Considered a single community, Akwesasne (Mohawk for “Land Where the Partridge has...

North American Dream v. Rugged Individualism—Tribal Style

Operation MYGALE was recently undertaken by regional law enforcement here in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. Described as the largest such operation ever, the anti-border crime agenda was driven home by the execution of over 70 armed searches looking for tobacco and drug stashes. Claims of international were...

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