Six Nations library holds history on its shelves in over 100 year old building

There are more than 21,000 books in the library.

By Victoria Gray, Writer Photos by Victoria Gray The history of Six Nations is held in the hearts and minds of its members, but it’s also enshrined in text at the Six Nations Public Library (SNPL). The library is a welcoming place where many aspects of Haudenosaunee history and culture, as well contemporary culture work to bring the community together and enrich their lives from newborn to elders with programming that offers something for everyone. CEO of the library, Feather Maracle believes the SNPL is a “truly unique place,” in so many ways from the bricks used to make the building, to its content and function. “The Library is truly a community hub because we have something for everyone,” she said. “For some, it’s the only safe destination they can…

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