Led by Mohawk Pine Tree, Thayendanegea (Joseph Brant), the Six Nations would leave their ancestral grounds in New York state after the American Revolution to come to the Grand River Valley in 1784.

The tract of land given to them by Sir Fredrik Haldimand, along the Grand River has been a plague of constant friction ever since.

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