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Frederick Ogilvie Loft (February 3, 1861 – 1934, Mohawk name Onondeyoh, also known as F. O. Loft or Fred O. Loft) was a Mohawk nation activist who founded the League of Indians of Canada. He has been counted among “the great Indian activists of the first half of the twentieth century.”

Frederick Ogilvie Loft (February 3, 1861 – 1934, Mohawk name Onondeyoh, also known as F. O. Loft or Fred O. Loft) was a Mohawk nation activist who founded the League of Indians of Canada. He has been counted among “the great Indian activists of the first half of the twentieth century.”

Caughnawaga (Kahnawake) “Chief Poking Fire Indian Museum”. vintage b/w photograph of tourist attraction [Mohawk - Iroquois - Six Nations] Image source: A Canadian Family Vintage Postcard Collection

Chief Poking Fire Indian Museum

Caughnawaga (Kahnawake) “Chief Poking Fire Indian Museum”. vintage b/w photograph of tourist attraction [Mohawk - Iroquois - Six Nations] Image source: A Canadian Family Vintage Postcard Collection

Sir Isaac Brock, hated being in the Colonies but he was instrumental in saving Canada in the War of 1812,

Sir Isaac Brock, hated being in the Colonies but he was instrumental in saving Canada in the War of 1812,

American Indians : Long Fox - Assiniboin.

American Indians : Long Fox - Assiniboin.

Molly Brant, native advocate

Molly Brant, native advocate

Emily Pauline Johnson  1861-1913  A Mohawk poet and entertainer

Emily Pauline Johnson 1861-1913 A Mohawk poet and entertainer

Medicine Crow - Crow 1880

Medicine Crow - Crow 1880

“What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night…the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.”    —Chief Crowfoot of the Blackfoot Confederation, 1890

“What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night…the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.” —Chief Crowfoot of the Blackfoot Confederation, 1890

Iroquois and the Founding Fathers | Teachinghistory.org

Iroquois and the Founding Fathers | Teachinghistory.org

Mohawk Indian Thayendanega, also known as Joseph Brant, served in the British army as an interpreter of native languages during the Revolutionary War.

Mohawk Indian Thayendanega, also known as Joseph Brant, served in the British army as an interpreter of native languages during the Revolutionary War.

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