Kanatsiohareke: Traditional Mohawk Indians Return to Their Ancestral Homeland is a remarkable account of the return to traditional Mohawk territory by a small group of community members led by Tom Porter. This personal account outlines the history of the move and the development of a bed and breakfast business on land once occupied by the ancestor of Henry and Jane Fonda. Told through numerous colour photographs and brief chapters by Doug George and Paul Williams, this book offers readers a unique perspective on Mohawk recent history told by a traditional Mohawk activist and leader. Tom Porter also offers his opinion on the historical figure Joseph Brant as well a retelling of the Iroquois creation story and Thanksgiving Address. Historian John Mohawk provides a Foreword, and Kay Olan wrote the Epilogue. Limited supply.