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Maniwaki Native Surnames | Census 1901/1911

Maniwaki Native  Surnames – Canada Census 1901 and 1911

Aslin – Banjamin – Baptiste – Bernard – Boutin –Bracopy – Broul(l)iard

Beaudoin – Buckshot – Budge – John Bull – Carl – Caye – Chabot – Cha(l)lifoux… 99 more words

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Akwesasne Native Surnames | Census 1901/1911

St.Regis Native Surnames – Canada Census 1901 and 1911

Adams – Alee – Alex – Andrew – Angus – Armstrong

Back – Barnhart – Barron – Bay – Ben(n)edict – Bonaparte… 138 more words

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Six Nations Evaluation

I must say, at the start of the tournament I had the Scot’s pegged to beat the Irish, no one believed me. It’s nice being proven right.

https://jarvey34.wordpress.com/2017/03/26/six-nations-evaluation/

Six Nations Evaluation

As the dust settles on this years Six Nations action, I’ll be evaluating each sides performance.

The Wooden Spoon: Italy

With this being Conor O’Shea’s first tournament as the Head Coach of Italy rugby the emphasis was primarily of performance rather than attitude. 2,209 more words

Rugby

England vs Scotland - Six Nations 2017 - Round 4

With Ireland suffering defeat at the Principality stadium, England knew that if they could win the Calcutta Cup again that would also be the Six Nations trophy for the second year running. 447 more words

Six Nations

Ireland fall but women’s rugby continues to rise

Ireland’s women may not have won this year’s Six Nations championship, but they proved themselves as a force to be reckoned with. Sarah Harford went to their last match to find out more about this team, and the perception surrounding women’s sports. 981 more words

General

Super Sam's Six Nations Special

So the Six Nations is done and dusted for another year, as Wales’ campaign came to a disappointing end in Paris on Saturday. In a metaphor for their tournament as a whole, the performance showed flashes of promise, but was on the whole a disorganised affair before France snatched victory late in the game and leave Rob Howley’s men floundering in 5th place. 916 more words

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