Episode 2. 9/11 Aftermath. 30 mins. The emotional story of Mohawk ironworkers who participated in the rebuilding of Ground Zero after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
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Watch on Mohawk Ironworkers is a new 13-part half hour documentary series that celebrates the steely determination of the Mohawk ironworkers of Kahnawake, Akwesasne and Six Nations said to be “the best ironworkers on the planet.”
Hayden Hemlock, an ironworker for over 40 years, retired after facing an injury. Now, Hayden spends his days healing his body, as well as the world around him, using traditional Mohawk teachings and medicines. Foreman Geggs Martin left behind the ironworker “work hard, play hard” lifestyle for smoothies, marathons and his family.
About Mohawk Ironworkers Mohawk Ironworkers is a new 13-part half hour documentary series that celebrates the steely determination of the Mohawk ironworkers of Kahnawake, Akwesasne and Six Nations said to be “the best ironworkers on the planet.”
Mohawk Ironworkers. 901 likes · 1 talking about this. A new 13-episode doc series following Mohawk Ironworkers from Kahnawake, Akwesasne and Six Nations. Produced by Mushkeg Productions Inc. airing...
Today, Mohawk ironworkers continue to work on high steel, carrying the Mohawk reputation for skill, bravery, and pride into the 21st century. – from Booming Out, a travelling exhibition from The Smithsonian – VIEW PDF. The Mohawks Who Built Manhattan from The History Channel. Mohawks have been ironworkers for six generations.
Jul 25, 2018 · Mohawk Ironworkers Jay Jacobs and Sparky Rice Walking Iron on Park Avenue ca. 1970 via the Smithsonian In 2012, Kaniehtakeron “Geggs” Martin, a fourth generation Mohawk Ironworker, stood 27 stories...