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1920-1929
  
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  • Family and Friends
    Imagemystery       This picture was taken behind the home of John and Mary Anderson and it goes along with the other pictures called "Family and Friends" SNPL000289v00i SNPL000290v00i
    Imagemystery     This picture was taken behind the home of John and Mary Anderson and it goes along with the other pictures called "Family and Friends" SNPL000289v00i SNPL000290v00i
  • Albert Anderson
    Imagemystery       This is a photo of Albert Anderson with Allie Bomberry. After Albert, she later married "Big Train" Hill.
    Imagemystery     This is a photo of Albert Anderson with Allie Bomberry. After Albert, she later married "Big Train" Hill.
  • Anderson cousins and friends
    Imagemystery       This photo contains a group of Six Nations children. Eddie John was a white foundling raised by the John family. Back row l-r Powless, Gordon; John, Eddie; Johnson, Melvin; Middle row l-r (Anderson) Longboat, Mary; Atkins, Mildred; Anderson, Dorothy; (John)Powless, Myrtle; Anderson, Marjorie. Front row l-r Atkins, Robert; Anderson, Edith; ...
    Imagemystery     This photo contains a group of Six Nations children. Eddie John was a white foundling raised by the John family. Back row l-r Powless, Gordon; John, Eddie; Johnson, Melvin; Middle ...
  • Albert Anderson
    Image       Albert Anderson, in Niagara Falls New York. While living on the Six Nations Reserve, he provided several horses for the Army during WWI. He lost an eye while playing a game with sticks or arrows and had a glass eye to replace it.
    Image     Albert Anderson, in Niagara Falls New York. While living on the Six Nations Reserve, he provided several horses for the Army during WWI. He lost an eye while playing a ...
  • Capt. John Deserontyou and the Mohawk Settlement at Deseronto
    TextPublication       Bulletin of the Departments of History and Political and Economic Science in Queen’s University. The text describes Captain John Deserontyou and the Mohawk settlement at Deseronto.
    TextPublication     Bulletin of the Departments of History and Political and Economic Science in Queen’s University. The text describes Captain John Deserontyou and the Mohawk settlement at Deseronto.
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