George P. Decker and Chief Deskaheh

These materials in Series 3, "Six Nations’ Appeal to the League of Nations," constitute the contents of Box 3 in the George P. Decker Collection in St. John Fisher College's Lavery Library Special Collections.

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3.3.02: Text of the Proposed Constitution for the League of Nations (1920)

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3.3.03: League of Nations- Resolution Concerning its Establishment (December 1920)

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3.3.04: Esperanto as an International Auxiliary Language (1922)

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3.3.05: Permanent Court of International Justice. Rules of Court. (March 24, 1922)

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3.3.06: Explanation of Six Nation Bond Issue (February 13, 1923)

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3.3.07: Swiss newspaper article re Deskaheh's lectures in Switzerland (November 1923)

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3.3.08: Copy of National Defense Fund Bond - The Six Nations (1923)

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3.3.09: Memorandum of Facts (1923)

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3.3.10: Chief Deskaheh Tells Why He is Over Here Again (1923)

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3.3.12: The Redman's Appeal for Justice(1923)

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3.3.13: Requete des Iroquois pour Obtenir Justice (1924)

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3.3.14: Appeal of the 6 Nations to the League (English version published in the League of Nations Official Journal (June 1924)

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3.3.15: Requete des Six Nations - Expose Juridique

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3.3.16: Appeal of the 6 Nations to the League (French) (February 7, 1924)

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3.3.17: Petition to the Leauge of Nations from the Six Nations of the Grand River, Communicated by the Government of the Netherlands. Note by the Secretary General.

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3.3.18: League of Nations Document by Secretary General – Statement in matter of Six Nations complaint against government of Canada (1924)

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3.3.19: Resolution voted by the General Council of the League for the Defence of Aboriginies, at Geneva (September 6, 1923)

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3.3.20: Proclamation by Deskaheh (November 4, 1924)

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3.3.21: Appointment of John Richard Ockleshaw-Johnson as Arbiter of Disputes between Six Nations

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3.3.22: "Copy of Mr. Stoker's letter to Mackenzie King" w/ revisions (October 26, 1924?)

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3.3.23: La Revue Mensuelle (French) (December 1924)

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3.3.24: Call for participation in the Bureau International pour la Defense des Indigenes (1924)

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3.3.25: League of Nations Non-Partisan Association- The Sixth Assembly (October 1925)

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3.3.26: Spring 1926 at the League

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3.3.28: Memorandum in opposition to the bill (H.R. 14531) Long Sault

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3.3.30: The Covenant of the League of Nations

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3.3.32: The ABC of the Paris Covenant for a League of Nations

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3.3.34: "Mandates" by Professor Gilbert Murray

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3.3.36: Statute for the Permanent Court of International Justice provided for by Article 14 of the League of Nations

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3.3.38: Receipt- League of Nations Union

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3.3.40: League of Nations membership form. Leaflet No. 20- A Vital Question

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3.3.42: League of Nations List of Committees and Subcommittees- Office Circular 308

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3.3.44: League of Nations Rules of Procedure of the Assembly (1923)

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3.3.45: League of Nations Rules of Procedure of the Assembly (1920)

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3.3.46: League of Nations Assembly Delegates-Special Circular 308

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3.3.48: League of Nations Organizational structure

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3.3.50: List of Abbreviations

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3.3.52: Statement by Deskaheh

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3.3.54: Appeal to the Duke of Devonshire, Governor General, from Six Nations

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3.3.56: Deskaheh obituary by Rica Fleming-Gyll, 2 copies (June 1925)

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3.3.58: Clipping "Red Indian Wrongs" (November 8, 1923)

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3.3.60: Excerpts from Thomas Morris Papers housed at the New York Historical Society