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Indian Bazaar Slated (1946) | Surname: Poking Fire

The Caughnawaga Iroquois’ annual Indian Bazaar in aid of their mission church will start tomorrow evening, according to an announcement form the Mission of St. Francois-Xavier Cahghnawaga. To be held over three consecutive weeneds, the bazaar will feature a display of Indian handicraft, baskets, beadwork and souvenirs on the church grounds. Mohawk braves in full regalia will present a program of native games every evening and there will also be dancing by Chief Poking Fire and his company.

Source: The Montreal Gazette, Jul 11, 1946

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