Mohawk Nation at Akwasasne, 1970. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Item #303829
48 pages. This newspaper was begun in 1968 by Ernest Benedict and was published irregularly between then and 1992. A new series was begun in 1995 and continued to, at least, 1997. It was the largest Native American newspaper in the world and was highly influential. Its centerfolds were a noted feature. This issue features an article about a confrontation between police and a fishing camp setup by the Payullup; The confrontation was over the tribes rights to fish, many were arrested. First edition (first printing). Very good copy folded in half, with usual toning to pages especially near fold. 1-1/2 by 2-1/2 inch address label on front.