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Mohawk Culture in F8 Magazine
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Mohawk Culture in F8 Magazine

Mohawk Culture in F8 Magazine with interview and portfolio

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Mohawk Warrior on F8 Magazine cover
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Mohawk Warrior on F8 Magazine cover

Mohawk Warrior on the F8 Magazine cover with interview and portfolio

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Mohawk American Legends - Dance of The Masculine & Feminine Divine in Science to Sage Magazine
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Mohawk American Legends - Dance of The Masculine & Feminine Divine in Science to Sage Magazine

Mohawk American Legends – The Dance of The Masculine & Feminine Divine in Science to Sage Magazine

From feature story in Science To Sage magazine called “The Dance of The Masculine & Feminine Divine”

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Corn the symbol of Fertility. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada
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Corn the symbol of Fertility. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

Native American Mohawk Women practiced corn (maize) agriculture and they compare the gestational cycle of corn to that of women. Corn, beans and squash have been known ever since as the three sister-providers of the Mohawk people.

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Corn symbol of Fertility. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada
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Corn symbol of Fertility. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

Native American Mohawk Women practiced corn (maize) agriculture and they compare the gestational cycle of corn to that of women. Corn, beans and squash have been known ever since as the three sister-providers of the Mohawk people.

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Water is life, fertility and purity. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada
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Water is life, fertility and purity. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

Water is life, fertility, purity and a symbol of the continuity of life and on-going flow of time.

Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

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The Sun. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada
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The Sun. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

Sun Energy. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

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Peace. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada
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Peace. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

Peace. Mohawk Elder Mike Phillips (Kanentakeron) smoking a peacepipe, Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

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Warrior. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada
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Warrior. Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

Mohawk Elder Mike Phillips (Kanentakeron), Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada

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