Tsi Na'teyethinonhweraton

(Coming together to give thanks)


Pow Wow

Pow Wows have been a long standing tradition of Native cultures, a time for people to gather and give thanks. In today's society it doubles as a social gathering to promote awareness of Native American cultures. On the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Pow Wow's have had a place in the community for the last 24 years.

Intertribal Dance


Fancy Shawl


Jingle Dress

Mohawk Fair

Like pow wow's, the Mohawk Fair has always had a place in the Mohawk Territory, and even after 112 years this territory tradition is still going strong in the small Native community.

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Murray O'Coin is vice president of the Agricultural Society - the organization the worked hard to put together the Mohawk Fair