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  • Johnson, Allen
    Genealogical ResourcePublication       ...
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  • "Captain John Deserontyou and the Mohawk Settlement at Deseronto"
    PublicationText       "In the early history of the Mohawks in this country their great chief Joseph Brant, Thayendenaga, occupies so important a position that all other leaders are overshadowed, and one does not realize that there were any other chiefs of note. But the Indians of the Mohawk Reserve on the Bay ...
    PublicationText     "In the early history of the Mohawks in this country their great chief Joseph Brant, Thayendenaga, occupies so important a position that all other leaders are overshadowed, and one does ...
  • "East and West with Pauline Johnson"
    ImageText       To view this article, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004161v00d.
    ImageText     To view this article, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004161v00d.
  • "Re-Election of Officers and Committee of the Six Nations Agricultural Society for the Year 1925"
    Text       Copy of a notice advertising the 1925 re-election of officers and the committee of the Six Nations Agricultural Society. The notice also details the problems with the previous officers and committee members that necessitated the re-election.
    Text     Copy of a notice advertising the 1925 re-election of officers and the committee of the Six Nations Agricultural Society. The notice also details the problems with the previous officers and ...
  • Albert Anderson on the coldest day on record.
    Image       Albert Anderson posing for picture in Niagara Falls NY Feb 12, 1920 which was the coldest day on record to date, -15F. Albert Anderson was a brother of Sam Anderson.
    Image     Albert Anderson posing for picture in Niagara Falls NY Feb 12, 1920 which was the coldest day on record to date, -15F. Albert Anderson was a brother of Sam Anderson.
  • Pearl Martin's Family Picture
    Imagemystery       Pearl Martin with her children Eleanor age 6, Jackie age 4 and Betty age 2. Photo was taken on a front yard in Detroit Michigan July 10, 1929.
    Imagemystery     Pearl Martin with her children Eleanor age 6, Jackie age 4 and Betty age 2. Photo was taken on a front yard in Detroit Michigan July 10, 1929.
  • 1923 Quilting Bee
    Imagemystery       1923 Quilting Bee Mrs.Condell is the minister's wife Luella Anderson (born October 1922)daughter of Minnie and Sam Anderson married Charles DeGrave, a Bausch and Lomb engineer who created Cinemascope Martha Burning was a non native foundling adopted by Dave "Chicken" Burning and Martha (Chicken) Burning. She spoke fluent Mohawk.
    Imagemystery     1923 Quilting Bee Mrs.Condell is the minister's wife Luella Anderson (born October 1922)daughter of Minnie and Sam Anderson married Charles DeGrave, a Bausch and Lomb engineer who created Cinemascope Martha ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • U. S. Department of the Interior: Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924
    TextObject       Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924.
    TextObject     Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924.
  • "The Six Nations' Election"
    Text       An eight page document with information about details for the Electors of the Six Nations Band and for candidates nominated for election as Councillors for the new Council.
    Text     An eight page document with information about details for the Electors of the Six Nations Band and for candidates nominated for election as Councillors for the new Council.
  • "The Redman's Appeal for Justice"
    Text       The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State. (This document is an updated copy)
    Text     The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State. (This document is an updated copy)
  • "The Redman's Appeal for Justice"
    Text       "The Redman's Appeal for Justice: The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State." This is an older copy. To view the updated copy visit SNPL002419v00d.
    Text     "The Redman's Appeal for Justice: The Position of the Six Nations that they Constitute an Independent State." This is an older copy. To view the updated copy visit SNPL002419v00d.
  • "My Little Jean"
    Text       Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
    Text     Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
  • "The Fourth Act"
    Text       Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
    Text     Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
  • "Re-Election of Officers and Committee of the Six Nations Agricultural Society"
    ImageText       "This notice is published by Indian Farmers of all political ideas. Loyalists and Mohawk Workers, who believe that the Agricultural prosperity of the Reserve should not be mixed up with political disagreements. We want to see better farms and better livings for everyone so let us forget our political quarrels ...
    ImageText     "This notice is published by Indian Farmers of all political ideas. Loyalists and Mohawk Workers, who believe that the Agricultural prosperity of the Reserve should not be mixed up with ...
  • "To the Grave"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1923     "The funeral of the late Mr. Allan Johnson took place this morning upon the arrival of the train from Toronto."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1923   "The funeral of the late Mr. Allan Johnson took place this morning upon the arrival of the train from Toronto."
  • "Importance of Family Emphasized by Circles"
    Newspaper  Meen, Elizabeth, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1928     "The round dance told the story behind this year's Three Fires Homecoming Powwow and Traditional Gathering."
    Newspaper  Meen, Elizabeth, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1928   "The round dance told the story behind this year's Three Fires Homecoming Powwow and Traditional Gathering."
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