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  • "Honor Memory of Pauline Johnson"
    Newspaper       "Indians from the Six Nations Reserve, in colorful headdress, are seen attending a meeting of the York Pioneer and Historical Society in Toronto."
    Newspaper     "Indians from the Six Nations Reserve, in colorful headdress, are seen attending a meeting of the York Pioneer and Historical Society in Toronto."
  • "In Buckskins and Feathers"
    Newspapermystery       "Chief Deskaheh of the Six Nations Indian Reserve at Brantford, Ont., receives an honorary citizenship from acting Mayor Dave Mulligan."
    Newspapermystery     "Chief Deskaheh of the Six Nations Indian Reserve at Brantford, Ont., receives an honorary citizenship from acting Mayor Dave Mulligan."
  • "Indian Beauty Queen"
    Newspapermystery       "Dianne Smith, 22, arrived in Vancouver Wednesday with a group of Six Nations Indians from Ontario here to honor memory of poetess Pauline Johnson."
    Newspapermystery     "Dianne Smith, 22, arrived in Vancouver Wednesday with a group of Six Nations Indians from Ontario here to honor memory of poetess Pauline Johnson."
  • "Monture Nominated to Head Tin Council"
    NewspaperPublication       "Dr. Gilbert C. Monture, a native of the Six Nations Reserve who has gained world recognition as a mining engineer and tin expert, was nominated for a top international post in London, England, today."
    NewspaperPublication     "Dr. Gilbert C. Monture, a native of the Six Nations Reserve who has gained world recognition as a mining engineer and tin expert, was nominated for a top international post ...
  • "Pauline Johnson Stamp"
    NewspaperPublication       "The Post Office Department will issue this special five-cent stamp on March 10 to commemorate the strides made by Canada's Indian population and their contributions to the development of Canada. The stamp will be issued on the date of the centennial of the birth of E. Pauline Johnson, famed Mohawk ...
    NewspaperPublication     "The Post Office Department will issue this special five-cent stamp on March 10 to commemorate the strides made by Canada's Indian population and their contributions to the development of Canada. ...
  • "Pretty Indian Maiden"
    NewspaperPublication       "Miss Ontario, Dianne Smith of the Iroquois' Six Nations Indian Reserve near Brantford, talks with Mayor Buckwold during brief stop-over here Tuesday en route to Vancouver, where the band will join in ceremonies commemorating the birth of the famous Indian poetess Pauline Johnson."
    NewspaperPublication     "Miss Ontario, Dianne Smith of the Iroquois' Six Nations Indian Reserve near Brantford, talks with Mayor Buckwold during brief stop-over here Tuesday en route to Vancouver, where the band will ...
  • "Know How at Pow Wow"
    NewspaperPublication       "A slight solemn-faced dancer stamped and whirled at a recent powwaw, watched by curious Indians. The figure in woodland garb was evidently expert in Indian dances but he wasn't an Indian and many in his audience wondered who he was. They were watching John Willis, 24-year-old native of Sunderland, England, ...
    NewspaperPublication     "A slight solemn-faced dancer stamped and whirled at a recent powwaw, watched by curious Indians. The figure in woodland garb was evidently expert in Indian dances but he wasn't an ...
  • "The 100th Anniversary of the Birth of E. Pauline Johnson"
    Text       ..., 1861 - MARCH 10 1961 Community Hall, Ohsweken FRIDAY, MARCH 10TH, 1921...
    Text     ..., 1861 - MARCH 10 1961 Community Hall, Ohsweken FRIDAY, MARCH 10TH, 1921...
  • "Pauline Johnson Centennial Year Canadian Library Week Program"
    ImageText       ..."Canadian Library Week Program, April 21st, 1961."...
    ImageText     ..."Canadian Library Week Program, April 21st, 1961."...
  • "Pauline Johnson Pilgrimage Itinerary Info"
    ImageText       "Are you going to Vancouver? That is the question everyone is asking each other since the Six Nations Indian Pageant Association announced The Pauline Johnson Pilgrimage to her cairn in Stanley Park, Vancouver."
    ImageText     "Are you going to Vancouver? That is the question everyone is asking each other since the Six Nations Indian Pageant Association announced The Pauline Johnson Pilgrimage to her cairn in ...
  • "Johnson's Verse Mediocre"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 16 Oct 1961     "Indian poet Pauline Johnson, who had difficulty in having verse published while she lived, was subsequently 'chosen for immortality by the literary boosters of the 1920s,' a McMaster university assistant professor said today."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 16 Oct 1961   "Indian poet Pauline Johnson, who had difficulty in having verse published while she lived, was subsequently 'chosen for immortality by the literary boosters of the 1920s,' a McMaster university assistant ...
  • "Chief Joseph Logan Dies at Ohsweken"
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, 12 Dec 1961     "Joseph Logan Sr., the oldest hereditary chief of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy both in age and years as a chief, died Monday on the reservation."
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, 12 Dec 1961   "Joseph Logan Sr., the oldest hereditary chief of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy both in age and years as a chief, died Monday on the reservation."
  • "Toting Home a Totem"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1961     "Members of the Six Nations' E. Pauline Johnson pilgrimage to Vancouver returned home Saturday with memories of the Calgary Stampede on their heads."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 1961   "Members of the Six Nations' E. Pauline Johnson pilgrimage to Vancouver returned home Saturday with memories of the Calgary Stampede on their heads."
  • "Eight Trunks Give Up Treasures: Stored for Years - Soon to be Displayed"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 31 Aug 1961     Article detailing some of the items found upon examination of trunks of items formerly belonging to Pauline Johnson and Evelyn Johnson. The items were being catalogued and prepared to be installed at the Chiefswood Museum following its restoration.
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 31 Aug 1961   Article detailing some of the items found upon examination of trunks of items formerly belonging to Pauline Johnson and Evelyn Johnson. The items were being catalogued and prepared to be ...
  • "Old Chapel Presents New Problem"
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, 20 Nov 1961     This article discusses the need for architectural assessment of the Mohawk Chapel in preparation for the installation of new stained glass windows as well as a memorial. In addition, it was noted that two important anniversaries would occur that year, and the importance of the preservation of the building for ...
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, 20 Nov 1961   This article discusses the need for architectural assessment of the Mohawk Chapel in preparation for the installation of new stained glass windows as well as a memorial. In addition, it ...
  • "Plaque Marks Burial"
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, 24 Oct 1961     This article describes the unveiling of a plaque recognizing the mass Native burial discovered at the Taber Hill construction site in Scarborough, ON.
    Newspaper  Brantford Expositor, 24 Oct 1961   This article describes the unveiling of a plaque recognizing the mass Native burial discovered at the Taber Hill construction site in Scarborough, ON.
  • "The Lyric Voice of Canada's Indians"
    Text  Campbell, Marjorie Freeman, The Globe, 25 Feb 1961, p. 11     "The Indian woman who stood facing the critical Toronto audience that evening in 1892 wore a necklace of bear claws and a handmade dress belted with wampum. She gave her name as Tekahionwake, but most of the Torontonians who had come to hear her original poetry knew she was the ...
    Text  Campbell, Marjorie Freeman, The Globe, 25 Feb 1961, p. 11   "The Indian woman who stood facing the critical Toronto audience that evening in 1892 wore a necklace of bear claws and a handmade dress belted with wampum. She gave her ...
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