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  • The "Glorious Enterprise": The Plan of Campaign
    Text       For the Conquest of New France; Its origin, history and connection with the Invasions of Canada.
    Text     For the Conquest of New France; Its origin, history and connection with the Invasions of Canada.
  • "The Last Mile of the Way"
    Text       Original version and Mohawk translation of the song "The Last Mile of the Way."
    Text     Original version and Mohawk translation of the song "The Last Mile of the Way."
  • "'Twill Be Glory By and By"
    Text       Mohawk translation of the song "'Twill Be Glory By and By."
    Text     Mohawk translation of the song "'Twill Be Glory By and By."
  • "Alone With God"
    Text       Mohawk translation of the song "Alone With God."
    Text     Mohawk translation of the song "Alone With God."
  • Iroquois Burden Straps and Small Bag in the Sloane Collection, British Museum
    Image       From D.I. Bushnell, Jr. collection, 1946. Published in American Anthropologist, n.s. Vol.8, No.4, 1906, Plate 37. British Museum catalogue description: 573: A cord made of hemp and porcupine quills dyed. From the Iroquois for tying their prisoners; 574: The same of a coarser sort without the quills; 203: An Indian ...
    Image     From D.I. Bushnell, Jr. collection, 1946. Published in American Anthropologist, n.s. Vol.8, No.4, 1906, Plate 37. British Museum catalogue description: 573: A cord made of hemp and porcupine quills dyed. ...
  • The Iroquois at Quebec (on envelope)
    Image       Photograph of several Iroquois people posing outdoors in Quebec.
    Image     Photograph of several Iroquois people posing outdoors in Quebec.
  • Iroquois Burden Straps and Small Bag in the Sloan Collection, British Museum
    Image       A cord made of hemp and porcupine quills dyed from the Iroquois by the Indian kings - given me by Mr [Capt.] Middleton - for tying their prisoners. (Number 573). The same of a coarser sort without the quills (Number 574). An Indian purse made by the Huron Savages of ...
    Image     A cord made of hemp and porcupine quills dyed from the Iroquois by the Indian kings - given me by Mr [Capt.] Middleton - for tying their prisoners. (Number 573). ...
  • Mary Anderson and adopted foundling, Herman
    Image       This is a picture of Mary Anderson who is the wife of John R. Anderson. The boy Herman in the picture is a white foundling who was adopted by John and Mary Anderson.
    Image     This is a picture of Mary Anderson who is the wife of John R. Anderson. The boy Herman in the picture is a white foundling who was adopted by John ...
  • Friends at Brantford Colligate Institute
    Imagemystery       Four friends went to Brantford Colligate Institute. Names from L-R Allie Bomberry, Edith Anderson (Monture), Lucy Keye (Mrs.George Hill), Flossie Miller (married Herb Jamieson) Allie (Johnson?)Bomberry - later married Albert Anderson and then "Big Train" Hill, also had a son Chester Bomberry. Flossie Miller is Minnie Miller Anderson's older sister.
    Imagemystery     Four friends went to Brantford Colligate Institute. Names from L-R Allie Bomberry, Edith Anderson (Monture), Lucy Keye (Mrs.George Hill), Flossie Miller (married Herb Jamieson) Allie (Johnson?)Bomberry - later married Albert ...
  • Susan Johnson and Harold
    Image       This photo was taken in Brantford, Ontario. This is a photo of Susan Jane (Anderson) Johnson and her eldest son Harold. Susan Jane is the sister of Samuel Adam Anderson. Susan Jane married Richard E. Johnson. They resided in a home behind The Bear's Inn which is located in Ohsweken, ...
    Image     This photo was taken in Brantford, Ontario. This is a photo of Susan Jane (Anderson) Johnson and her eldest son Harold. Susan Jane is the sister of Samuel Adam Anderson. ...
  • Fish Carrier 1901
    Imagemystery       Photograph of a Fish Carrier at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901.
    Imagemystery     Photograph of a Fish Carrier at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901.
  • Pan Am 1901 J.B. Medal
    Imagemystery       Photo depicting Pan Am 1901, J.B. Medal
    Imagemystery     Photo depicting Pan Am 1901, J.B. Medal
  • William Wedge 1902
    Imagemystery       Photograph of William Wedge
    Imagemystery     Photograph of William Wedge
  • Pan Am Expo, 1901 -Man Possibly Wearing Presidential Medal, Looks Like Police Badge
    Imagemystery       Photograph of an unknown man taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901. He is possibly wearing a Presidential Medal. Looks like a police badge.
    Imagemystery     Photograph of an unknown man taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901. He is possibly wearing a Presidential Medal. Looks like a police badge.
  • Pan Am Expo, 1901 -Girl in Calico Dress
    Imagemystery       Photograph of an unknown girl wearing a Calico Dress taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901.
    Imagemystery     Photograph of an unknown girl wearing a Calico Dress taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901.
  • Pan Am Expo, 1901 -Red Cloud
    Imagemystery       Photograph of Red Cloud taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901.
    Imagemystery     Photograph of Red Cloud taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901.
  • Pan Am Expo, 1901 -Red Cloud With Group, Close Up
    Imagemystery       Photograph of Red Cloud and an unknown man taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901.
    Imagemystery     Photograph of Red Cloud and an unknown man taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901.
  • Pan Am Expo, 1901 -Red Cloud With Group
    Imagemystery       Photograph of Red Cloud with a group taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901. This photo taken at the Rose Garden, Delaware Park.
    Imagemystery     Photograph of Red Cloud with a group taken at the Pan Am Expo in Buffalo New York, 1901. This photo taken at the Rose Garden, Delaware Park.
  • Pan Am Expo, 1901 -Buffalo Village
    Imagemystery       Photograph of Buffalo Village at the Pan Am Expo in 1901.
    Imagemystery     Photograph of Buffalo Village at the Pan Am Expo in 1901.
  • Mary (Anderson) Monture
    Image       This is a picture of Mary (Anderson) Monture. She was born in 1884. She married Clayton Monture who was a twin. His twin was Claybran Ira Monture.
    Image     This is a picture of Mary (Anderson) Monture. She was born in 1884. She married Clayton Monture who was a twin. His twin was Claybran Ira Monture.
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