Foreign News: Pow-Wow

On the Caughnawaga Indian Reservation, across the St. Lawrence River from Montreal, Chief American Horse and Chief Two Axe last week stood before Indians of the Six Nations† and argued for the abandonment of Christianity. The Six Nations are a remnant, they are poor and they are despised by the whites, complained the leaders. Their present status, they said, began when the French Jesuits brought them Christianity. Of course the Indians, with little written knowledge of Canadian history, did not know that their subjection began, not with the coming of white priests, but...

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