The Iroquois Nationals won Bronze in the Lacrosse World Championship, and a Mohawk couple from Kahnawake named Carla and Donald Hemlock have hand-carved, painted, sewn and beaded this cradleboard celebrating the tradition of the Creators Game, how it came to the Haudenosaunee and honoring the first ever medal by the team in the world championships.
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The Iroquois Nationals won Bronze in the Lacrosse World Championship, and a Mohawk couple from Kahnawake named Carla and Donald Hemlock have hand-carved, painted, sewn and beaded this cradleboard celebrating the tradition of the Creators Game, how it came to the Haudenosaunee and honoring the first ever medal by the team in the world championships.

Check out the article on Native Peoples.

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https://www.lax.com/ - The 2014 Iroquois National team heads to the World Lacrosse Championship as one of the favorites to knock off the reigning champion United States. With five players and one assistant coach on the team, the Thompson family will look to lead the Nationals to the 2014 World Title. Check out Lax.com’s preview of the Iroquois team, featuring the Thompson’s explaining what it means to play on the World level as well as the importance of lacrosse in the Iroquois culture.