In his 1749 proclamation, Cornwallis offered state money for the scalps of Mi'kmaq men, women and children. John Reid teaches history at Saint Mary's University questions the word "genocide" to these cases.
Sally Roesch Wagner, author of Sisters in Spirit: Iroquois Influence on Early Feminists, lectures here about the relationship between early women's suffrage activists and Native American women, women like Matilda Josyln Gage.
Patriotic Woman Spends Twilight Years Planting Trees - "When they had finished planting on the mountains on the northern side of the reservoir, they built a boat to sail across and start planting on the southern side.
Boy Recovers From Autism By Removing Dairy & Gluten. Strong Evidence Links Vaccines to Autism
Helen Adams Keller (June 1880 – June author, political activist, and lecturer. At 19 months, Helen became deaf and blind. She overcame the frustration of losing both sight and hearing and campaigned tirelessly on behalf of deaf and blind people.
Apolonia Susana Santos Artist, Activist, Art and Cultural Liaison, Indigenous Warrior.(Tygh and Yakama)
The Halifax regional school board’s decision to rename Cornwallis Junior High School was one of several events in 2011 that reopened the blame/guilt game surrounding Cornwallis and the contentious Mi’kmaq bounty proclamation of