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  • Comeau-Vasilopoulos, Gail. “Oronhyatekha,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume XIII, 1901-1910. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994
  • Dickason, Olive. Canada’s First Nations, A History of Founding Peoples from Earliest Times. Toronto: McClelland and Steward Inc., 1992
  • Graymount, Barbara, “Thayendenagea,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume V. 1801-1820. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1983
  • Kelsay, Isabel. “Tekarihogen, (John Brant),” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume VI, 1821-1835. Toronto: University of Toronto, Press. 1987
  • McNab, David T., “Martin George,” Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985. in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volumen VIII, 1851-1860.
  • Montgomery, Malcolm. “The Six Nations and the Macdonald Franchise,” in Ontario History 77.1, (1965)
  • Monture, Ethel Brant, Canadian Portraits: Brant, Crowfoot, Oronhyatekha: Famous Indians, Toronto: Clarke, Irwin 1960
  • Oronhyatekha, History of the Independent Order of Foresters, Toronto: Hunter Rose and Company, 1895
  • Reading, Chris. “Oronhyatekha: Cultural Dualism in Victorian Ontario” University of Alberta student paper, History 498. Copy of paper held at the Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, Ontario
  • Richter, Daniel, “War and Culture: The Iroquois Experience” in The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, Vol. XL, No. 4, Oct. 1983
  • Smith, Donald B., “Tekarihogen, Henry,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Volume VI. 1821-1835. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987
  • Uptoon, L.F.S. “The Origins of Canadian Indian Policy,” in F.D. Francis and D. Smith, eds., Readings in Canadian History. Pre Confederation 4th Ed., Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, Ltd., 1992
Newspaper Articles
  • Brantford Expositor, “Plaque honors Mohawk Doctor” Nov. 14, 1995. Canadian Press, Toronto.
  • Brantford Expositor. Ramsey, Laura. “Portrait to be restored for bicentennial.” May 6, 1982.
  • The Globe, Dr. Oronhyatekha Obituary. Toronto, 1907
  • Hamilton Spectator. “Canada’s Mohawk Ambassador: The Six Nations born Oronhyatekha was a remarkable Canadian leader, physician, insurance man and human rights champion. Foremost, he was Mohawk.” The Magazine, Saturday March 9, 2002
  • Globe & Mail. March 18, 2002
  • Toronto Star. “Mohawk Honored by tribute in park.” November 13, 1995
  • Paper unknown. Marvin Kay, M.D. “Dr. Oronhyatekha” 1980s
  • National Post. Lamey, Andy. “Though it was hard to say his name, Oronhyatekha left a mark on the world. The Aboriginal Victorian.” Canadian History. December 1, 1998
  • Anglin, Gerald. “The Strangest Insurance Company in the World”in Maclean’s Magazine, Feb. 1951.
  • Keith Jamieson, “Oronhyatekha, M.D. Honouring the Life and Times of Dr. Oronhyatekha/Peter Martin (1841-1907) in: Mohawk Ideals-Victorian Values at the Woodland Cultural Centre. Wadrihwa. Quarterly newsletter of the Woodland Cultural Centre. Volume. 16, Number 1&2 Summer and Fall, July 2001
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