Gaylord Powless Indigenous Sport Heroes Digital Book

This is the story and legacy of Gaylord Powless, the young Mohawk lacrosse player from the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nations Reserve near Brantford, Ontario, where his family has lived and played lacrosse for over 200 years.
Gaylord grew up watching lacrosse from a young age influenced by his father, Ross Powless, was also a lacrosse superstar. To say Gaylord was born with a stick in his hand is an exaggeration, but by age two he received his first stick and quickly learned under the tutelage of his father how to pass, shoot, and make plays.

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