1845-1846. Canada West.
Wild places. Mystic spaces.

              🇨🇦 Journey into the woods to find the dark but life-giving secret! 

Five stars for Sky Walker Tehawennihárhos: Charter from Foreword Reviews






Adventure and romance and history

The Mohawk Trilogy is a saga about outliers in the alien world of the mid-19th century, Upper Canada. 🇨🇦

You’ll love the worm’s eye view. View the facts.

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The Devil Joseph Brant

Who is  Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea), and why should Canada know him? Joseph Brant is a fact. He is a seminal fact behind Canada’s very existence. American writers have written with fascination about Brant, beginning with William Leete Stone. (Life of Joseph Brant-Thayendanegea: including the border wars of the American revolution and sketches of the Indian… Read more …

Trumpeting the Mohawk trilogy

Lillian Brown: Expressive writing. Captivating descriptions. Despite being set over a century ago, [Charter] tackles the intricacies of gender inequality and social relationships in a relatable manner, tying the struggles of its characters to contemporary issues. (Sky Walker Tehawennihárhos Charter). Jane Ainslie: Charter should find a forever home with Canadians who want to learn about how the past makes… Read more …

The Grand River Navigation Company: The Grand Swindle

Speaking of not paying . . . The [Grand River Navigation Company] of Upper Canada (Canadian West and Canada) never pays the Six Nations for non-surrendered expropriated land nor returns a single penny of investment but most remarkable is this turnaround: the canal company is forever in need of cash infusions and uses up Six Nations’ capital monies in fifteen years. The… Read more …