47 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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INDIANS canada Mohawk (MTL 7) OKA, Que. Aug. SNEAKING THROUGH THE BUSH--A masked mohwak warrior crouches as he runs along side new dirt barricades put up on highway 344 in oka Thursday. The warrior was taking a closer look at police lines as the indians were expecting the Canadian Armed Forces to Move in today. (CP LASERPHOTO) 1990 (str-Tom Hanson) th1718edt
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INDIANS CANADA MOHAWKS 5 (MTL 3) OKA, Que., Aug. 8--LONG STANDOFF--A Mohawk Warriors wipes his eyes as he mans a barricade at the Kanestake reserve near OKa, Que. Wednesday, where a standoff between police and Mohawks has reached a month to the day. (CP LASERPHOTO) 1990 (stf/Paul Chiasson) PC1750)edt
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INDIANS CANADA MOHAWK SEE WIRE STORY-- MONTREAL--AM-MOHAWKS (MTL 3) OKA, QUE., Aug. 20-- ARMED FORCES TAKE OVER -- Canadaian soldiers work at disassembling police barricade positioned down highway 344 from Mohawk blockade (top) at Oka Monday. Troops removed sandbags and used them to build new installations closer to the Mohawks (CP LASERPHOTO) 1990 (stf - Grimshaw) b
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INDIANS Canada Mohawk (OTT 10) OTTAWA, Aug. 28--MERCIER BRIDGE -- This is a photo of the Mercier bridge in Montreal showing the indians blockade. Photos of the Oka, and Kahnawake areas were released by DND Tuesday in Ottawa. (CP LASERPHOTO) 1990 (HO-DND) cpa164edt
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INDIANS Canada Mohawk OKA Golf Course Grid WF703348 (OTT 4) OTTAWA, Aug. 28--OKA GRID--This is a grid map released by the Canadian Armed Forces in Ottawa Tuesday of the barricaded areas of the Oka golf coarse at Oka, Que. (CP Laserphoto) 1990 (HO DND) cpm152edt
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