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1910-1919
  
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  • "Joy to Serve Jesus"
    Text       Mohawk translation of the song "Joy to Serve Jesus."
    Text     Mohawk translation of the song "Joy to Serve Jesus."
  • "E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake) Poetess"
    Text       RETROSPECTIVE BY THE PUBLISHERS

    E. PAULINE JOHNSON (Tekahionwake) was the youngest of four children, born to the late G.H.M. Johnson (Onwanonsyshon), Chief of the Six Nations Indians, and his wife. Emily S. Howells. Her father, Chief Johnson, was a ...

    Text     RETROSPECTIVE BY THE PUBLISHERS

    E. PAULINE JOHNSON (Tekahionwake) was the youngest of four children, born to the late G.H.M. Johnson (Onwanonsyshon), Chief of the Six Nations ...

  • "Grand River"
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  • Ann (Stone) Master Memorial Card
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  • Chief Josiah Hill - Secretary Six Nations Council 1873-1915
    Imagemystery       Portrait of Six Nations Confederacy Council, c. 1910, prior to the Federal Take-over of Council. Josiah Hill, Secretary of the Council is center. Photo taken at old Council House, Ohsweken Ontario.
    Imagemystery     Portrait of Six Nations Confederacy Council, c. 1910, prior to the Federal Take-over of Council. Josiah Hill, Secretary of the Council is center. Photo taken at old Council House, Ohsweken ...
  • Group Military Photo WWI - Possible Pith Helmets
    Imagemystery       Photo of a WWI Unit, Possible Pith Helmets
    Imagemystery     Photo of a WWI Unit, Possible Pith Helmets
  • Military Group Photo WWI - Wedge Caps
    Imagemystery       Photo of a WWI unit
    Imagemystery     Photo of a WWI unit
  • Military Group Photo WWI- Caps and Uniforms
    Imagemystery       Photo of WWI unit
    Imagemystery     Photo of WWI unit
  • Iroquois Sash
    Image       Photograph of a sash.
    Image     Photograph of a sash.
  • Iroquois Rattles (gourd)
    Image       Photograph of two gourd rattles.
    Image     Photograph of two gourd rattles.
  • Iroquois Head-dress
    Image       Photograph of a headdress (gustoweh).
    Image     Photograph of a headdress (gustoweh).
  • John and Mary Anderson's House
    Imagemystery       This is a picture of John and Mary Anderson's house on Tuscarora Road (near McKenzie Creek). Fourth from the left is the Minister's Wife and beside her is Mary Anderson. The rest of the people in the picture are unknown.
    Imagemystery     This is a picture of John and Mary Anderson's house on Tuscarora Road (near McKenzie Creek). Fourth from the left is the Minister's Wife and beside her is Mary Anderson. ...
  • Iroquois Feather Head-dress
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  • Albert Anderson and others at Niagara Falls
    Imagemystery       Picture at Niagara Falls, NY. L-R top row Unknown, Albert Anderson; L-R front row possibly Allie Johnson Anderson (Wife of Albert), unknown child, unknown woman.
    Imagemystery     Picture at Niagara Falls, NY. L-R top row Unknown, Albert Anderson; L-R front row possibly Allie Johnson Anderson (Wife of Albert), unknown child, unknown woman.
  • Family Portrait of Sam Anderson (Mohawk), Wife and Family 1915
    Image       Family Portrait of Sam Anderson (Mohawk Nation), his wife Minnie (Miller) Anderson and their children Marjorie (who is holding the doll) and Arnold. Taken in 1915, at 5th Line Road and Tuscarora Road, Six Nations Reserve, Ontario.
    Image     Family Portrait of Sam Anderson (Mohawk Nation), his wife Minnie (Miller) Anderson and their children Marjorie (who is holding the doll) and Arnold. Taken in 1915, at 5th Line Road ...
  • Edith Anderson
    Image       This is a photo of Charlotte Edith Anderson taken in Brantford Ontario. She was known as Edith and not Charlotte. She was the mother of Claybran Jr.,known as "Bud", Helen, and twins Don and Ron Monture. Picture may have been taken when she graduated from high school.
    Image     This is a photo of Charlotte Edith Anderson taken in Brantford Ontario. She was known as Edith and not Charlotte. She was the mother of Claybran Jr.,known as "Bud", Helen, ...
  • Essie Isaac and Child
    Imagemystery       This picture is of Essie and a child who could possibly be her son. Essie is the sister of Richard Issac, who was an elected Chief, as well as Grace Isaac, Hardy Isaac, and Rose (Winnie). She became Essie Bomberry. Harvey Longboat was either her son, or grandson.
    Imagemystery     This picture is of Essie and a child who could possibly be her son. Essie is the sister of Richard Issac, who was an elected Chief, as well as Grace ...
  • Gifts From France
    Image       Marjorie (Anderson) Lynch, Edith (Anderson) Sargent, and Arnold Anderson were in this picture wearing gifts from their Aunt Edith (Anderson) Monture that she brought back from France where she had served as a nurse in 1918. Marjorie was wearing a new lace collar for her dress; Edith had on a ...
    Image     Marjorie (Anderson) Lynch, Edith (Anderson) Sargent, and Arnold Anderson were in this picture wearing gifts from their Aunt Edith (Anderson) Monture that she brought back from France where she had ...
  • Melvin Johnson
    Image       This picture is of Melvin Johnson who was born approximately 1912. Melvin is the younger son of Susan (Anderson) Johnson and Richard E. Johnson.
    Image     This picture is of Melvin Johnson who was born approximately 1912. Melvin is the younger son of Susan (Anderson) Johnson and Richard E. Johnson.
  • Miller Aunts
    Image       This photo is of: General (Miller) Mildred "Millie"; Lynch (Anderson), Marjorie; Hill (Miller), Stella; Anderson, Arnold Tennyson (baby) Millie and Stella were sisters. Marjorie and Arnold were sister and brother. Millie and Stella were younger sisters of Minnie (Miller) Anderson,mother of Marjorie and Arnold.
    Image     This photo is of: General (Miller) Mildred "Millie"; Lynch (Anderson), Marjorie; Hill (Miller), Stella; Anderson, Arnold Tennyson (baby) Millie and Stella were sisters. Marjorie and Arnold were sister and brother. ...
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