Category Archives: Nanfan “Treaty”

Deer Hunt in “Conservation” Area Continues, While Access to Once Public Places and Facilities Disappears

The official justification for the annual deer hunt in Dundas Valley Conservation Area (DVCA) has been eliminated and compromised. The alleged deer overpopulation no longer exists and the so called “Nanfan Treaty” turned out to be a historical and legal … Continue reading

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Protection of Dundas Valley Deer and Ecosystem Neglected by Officials

Dundas Valley Deer in the Spring. Pixel bending technique. Photo: Lech Biegalski (Click on the picture to see the 1200 x 800 pixels version. Click  HERE to see the 2400 x 1600 pixels version.) The white-tailed deer, a unique feature of Dundas Valley, deserve our … Continue reading

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No Treaty with Six Nations Shown on Map to be Used in All Ontario Schools: A Can of Worms Opened?

By: Deyoyonwatheh (DeYo) Six Nations – Haldimand Tract – Beliefs versus Facts Issues Concerning the Publication of a Map of Indian Land Treaties in Ontario: In “Turtle Island News” (TIN), May 14, 2014, p.4 is an article entitled, Feds Ontario … Continue reading

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You cannot give a better title than the one you have

The Nanfan “Treaty” of 1701 Does NOT Give Six Nations People Special Hunting, Fishing and Consultation Rights in Ontario By: Deyoyonwatheh (DeYo) Six Nations – Haldimand Tract – Beliefs versus Facts If one believes in the maxim that one cannot … Continue reading

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“Conveyance of lands by the Native American Chiefs of the Five Nations”

Part 2 The original “Nanfan Treaty” document, the “Conveyance of  lands by the Native American Chiefs of the Five Nations” – (The Albany Deed of 19 July  1701), is held at the National Archives in Kew, Surrey, England. The back (reverse) of … Continue reading

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Haudensaunee deer hunting in Dundas Valley – a “treaty right” or a fraud?

Part 1 “Nanfan Treaty” is a hoax. It is not a “treaty.” It is a fraudalent interpretation of historical facts and a legally invalid claim of “treaty rights.” Nanfan Treaty does not exist. Historically, the deed of land to the English King, made by … Continue reading

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Deer hunters worry band council involvement will hurt treaty

(May 23, 2013) — The Turtle Island News has just posted an article, written by staff writer Chase Jarrett, “Deer hunters worry band council involvement will hurt treaty”. Here is the beginning of this text published on their home page: Ontario … Continue reading

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The Nanfan Treaty 1701 – Hoax of History

With the Author’s permission, we are presenting, below, two documents meticulously researched and compiled by Thomas Kennedy, member of the Ontario Historical Society, St. Catherines Historical Society, Ontario Genealogical Society, and McMaster ’50. Kennedy’s work clearly demonstrates that the so called … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Chris Firth-Eagland, HCA

Following, please find an open letter addressed to Chris Firth-Eagland, the new Chief Administrative Officer of the Hamilton Conservation Authority. This letter deals with the extremely controversial issue of annual deer hunting in the Dundas Valley Conservation Area.

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Haudenosaunee deer hunting in Dundas Valley – history and legal aspects

In a few months, another winter will come and again, deer hunting will capture the attention of many people in our communities. In light of emerging evidence, the validity of this procedure is being questioned. We need a strong public debate … Continue reading

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