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Caughnawaga Chief To Visit Queen Victoria (1898) | Surname: Tehuhonevake

Nowi Tehuhonevake, the chief of the Iroquois Indians at Caughnawaga, Canada is preparing to visit Queen Victoria in order to secure a renewal of the American treaty of 1878, under which his people can cross the border without paying duty on their manufactures.

Source: The Lethbridge News, July 6, 1898

 

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