Bristling mohawks, big ears, huge nostrils.
For a start the Mohawks do not see themselves as Canadians.
Akwesasne Mohawks legally recognise but do not in practise accept the frontier running through their lands.
Having recently suffered another deadly outbreak of European diseases, the Mohawks accused Jogues of witchcraft and murdered him and his companion.
The Kahnawake reserve was originally set up by the French in 1716, when the Mohawks were their allies against the British.
I took a photo of two punks in leather vests with matching mohawks, one dyed red and the other green, who leaned in to snap a selfie.
Birds, like fashion designers, can let their tastes get away from them: electric-blue scalps, candy-striped beaks, Day-Glo orange Mohawks.
Starting with such basic edges as crossovers, spirals, and 3-turns, skaters progress to more intricate moves called mohawks, cross rolls, and edge pulls.
Sure, the last time you cut someone’s hair was when you were five years old and playing salon with your Barbies, but those Mohawks were really professional.
These were fast kids, with soccer Mohawks and reggaeton videos on their BlackBerrys, but they could identify all the jungle birds: yellow-rumped caciques, a green kingfisher.
His rapport with neighbouring Indians began early on his estate, Mount Johnson, on the north bank of the Mohawk River, which became a centre of Indian trade and a shelter for the Mohawks.
Gaultier was more interested in what he saw on the street: London kids with sky-high Mohawks and safety-pinned kilts, fetishists with full-body tattoos, African women in Paris who wore men’s overcoats on top of traditional dress.
The situation escalated over several weeks, with “natives” from all over North America rallying to the Mohawks’ support, until at one stage there was an army of 600 armed men defending the territory and blocking a bridge over the Saint Lawrence river into Montreal.
Two of the largest band membership reserves in Canada are those of the Six Nations of the Grand River, near Brantford, Ontario, and the Mohawks of Akwesasne, who live near Cornwall, Ontario, in a territory that straddles the borders of Ontario, Quebec, and New York.
Adams’s shout may have been the signal for three groups of men, about fifty altogether, to head to prearranged spots, including the print shop of Benjamin Edes’s Boston Gazette and possibly the Green Dragon, where they disguised themselves as Mohawks, smearing their faces with soot.
It’s no longer the first human sign in the film, which contains a great many feet; those of the seventy-odd stuntmen and the twelve hundred extras who roil about in the French and Indian War, to say nothing of the feet of the featured players—Redcoats, French soldiers, Hurons, and Mohawks.
Punk culture has intermittently inspired the beauty world for more than 40 years – think messy mohawks, piercings and shadowy pouts – but this season, during a particularly rebellious fashion week, designers decided to rewrite the rule book with an impressive range of delightfully chaotic looks.
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