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Vintage Postcard: Main Street in Iroquois Mohawk Community of Caughnawaga, Quebec (aka Kahnawake) Links Restored

This is a very poor quality image of Caughnawaga in the mid-twentieth century.  I share it because it’s rare and seems difficult to find online.

Caughnawaga, Main Street

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September 9, 2009 - Posted by | .

4 Comments »

  1. Where did you find this photo? I live in Kahnawake and I’ve never seen this picture.
    Note from Evelyn: I’m replying to Val via email.

    Comment by val mccomber | November 1, 2009 | Reply

    • That building across from the church used to be the dentist office. Scared the heck out of me when I was a kid in school. They would line us up to pull teeth. Now there’s just the “4 corners”.

      Comment by Dee-Dee | October 17, 2011 | Reply

  2. Hello I was able to fix this picture so you can see it better. If you would like it please email me and I will email it to you. I’m a descendant of Mathurin Dube and the Pelletiers

    Comment by Theresa Villeneuve | July 22, 2012 | Reply

  3. Please email me the Main Street. Thanks in advance
    My grand mother was from Caughnawaga. And we received a letter from the Caughnawaga Indian Agency that certify thst Mrs. Cecilia Phillips is the legiitmate daughter of the late Joseph Phillips and Helen Rinfret Phillips both Indian Members of the Caughnawaga Band of Indians located at Caughnawage, in the Province of Quebec, Canada. For some reason the council does not allow her daughters and son recognition to join the Indian Members of the Caughnawaga Band of Indians. Do you have any ideas on how this process can happen. I sent many letters and have also a family and sent a family history from the Mission Saint-Framcois-Xavier.

    Comment by Same as above. | August 2, 2014 | Reply


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