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    Kayenderes Corn Husk Doll Maker
    Mohawk US - Northeast
    Kayenderes is a Tyendinaga Mohawk of the wolf clan, her english or "PST" name (as she jokingly calls it) is Charolette Green. At an early age she began to learn about old Mohawk ways. One of her many talents includes corn-husk doll making. She learned this art at around the age of seven from a well known doll maker, her second cousin Izabelle Sky.
    Mohawk US - Northeast
    Onehkohra Is the Mohawk word given to these long cylindrical shaped beads. The beads are made from the white and purple quahog shells found along the Atlantic coast of North America. WAMPUM is the word used by the Algonquin to describe these shells.
    Thayendanega Health Centre Elders Lodge
    Mohawk Canada - Eastern
    Tyendinaga Territory, Deseronto, Ontario
    Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
    Mohawk Canada - Eastern
    Originally referred to as the Mohawk Tract, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory is located approximately eight miles east of Belleville and approximately 50 miles west of Kingston. Tyendinaga, when translated in English, means "placing the wood together." Of special significance, the name is derived from "Thayendanegea," Captain Joseph Brant's Mohawk name and reflects the belief that "our strength shall be in unity."

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