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1915
  
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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."
  • "Grand River"
    NewspaperImage       ...
    NewspaperImage     ...
  • 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. ...
  • Family Portrait of Sam Anderson (Mohawk), Wife and Family 1915
    Image       ... in 1915, at 5th Line Road and Tuscarora Road, Six Nations Reserve, Ontario....
    Image     ... in 1915, at 5th Line Road and Tuscarora Road, Six Nations Reserve, Ontario....
  • 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. ...
  • Albert Anderson
    Imagemystery       This is a picture of Albert Anderson and the woman he is with is unknown. He was known to have had a few ladies. Albert Anderson also has a glass eye on the right eye which is why he is always showing his left side in pictures.
    Imagemystery     This is a picture of Albert Anderson and the woman he is with is unknown. He was known to have had a few ladies. Albert Anderson also has a glass ...
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First Nations, Metis, Inuit, Aboriginal (Canada)