July 11, 1981
A standoff began at Oka, Québec, when police attempted to storm a barricade erected by the Mohawk to block the expansion of a golf course onto land claimed by the Mohawk. The protesters surrendered to soldiers on September 26, after a 2-month-long siege.
"The Mohawks have on all occasions shown their zeal and loyalty to the Great King; yet they have been very badly treated by his people. ..."
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