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Joseph Brant
   was chief of the   
Mohawk
Mohawk
   for "I Love You" is   
Konoronhkwa
Kateri Tekawitha
   is famous for being a   
Mohawk Holy Woman
Beatified by the Catholic Church; 1656-1680
Jay Silverheels
   is famous for being a   
Mohawk Actor
Played Tonto, sidekick to the Lone Ranger; founded the Indian Actors Workshop
Mohawk
   for 'thank you ' is   
Niawen
Language aka Kanienkehaka; Canada, USA
Strawberry
   has a variety named   
Mohawk
Ripens very early. Good flavour. Yields are higher in warm climates. Vigorous plants with good runner production. Resistant to red stele and Verticillium Wilt.
Drums Along the Mohawk (1939)
   starred   
Claudette Colbert, Henry Fonda and Edna May Oliver
Director: John Ford. Also starred Eddie Collins, John Carradine & Dorris Bowdon. Plot: Before the Revolutionary War farmer Martin (Fonda) brings bride Magdelana (Colbert) the Mohawk Valley where they are burned out by Indians...
Kanienkehaka
   is the original tribal name of the   
Mohawk
Kanienkehaka means "people of the flint". Mohawk comes from an Algonquian word meaning "man-eater" possibly meaning those who eat meat. The use of People of the Flint is associated with their origins in the Mohawk Valley, and their original homeland in New York. There, the Indians used flint deposits to tip Mohawk arrows, and for toolmaking. As original members of the Iroquois League, or Haudenosaunee, the Mohawk were known as the "Keepers of the Eastern Door", who guarded the Iroquois Confederation against invasion from that direction.
Mohawk River
   runs through   
New York
140 miles long
Twizzles, Choctaws, Mohawks, Rockers
   are all   
Figure Skating Step Sequence Moves
Hedgehog, Bowl, Mohawk, Mullet
   are all   
Haircuts
Let’s not forget the Buzz and Mohawk !






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