Sacred Mohawk land returned to original owners

January 2013
Eastern Door;1/4/2013, Vol. 21 Issue 51, p13
The article reports that sacred ancestral land to the Mohawks, that was held by the Brookfield Renewable Energy Group (BREC) has been returned to the Hiawatha Institute and the Mohawk Nation on September 28, 2012. It states that the handover ceremony took place in the community of Cohoes falls near Albany, New York.


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