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Cherokee Phoenix
Thursday, March 27, 1828
Vol. I, No. 6
Page 3, col. 1b

MOHAWK INDIANS.

 A gentleman in York, Upper Canada, in a letter to the Editor writes as follows: "The Mohawk tribe of Indians, who have a village on the banks of the Grand River, in Upper Canada, are a civilized nation, many of whom can read the English language well.  They have books in their own language, a church, schools, &c.