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  • "Historical Chiefswood Built in 1835"
    Newspapermystery       ""Chiefswood," the only Indian mansion of historical significance in Canada still standing from pre-confederation days is located on the north bank of the Grand River, overlooking the Six Nations Reserve. It was erected in 1853 by Chief G.H.M. Johnson, a distinguished leader of the Six Nations, as a wedding gift ...
    Newspapermystery     ""Chiefswood," the only Indian mansion of historical significance in Canada still standing from pre-confederation days is located on the north bank of the Grand River, overlooking the Six Nations Reserve. ...
  • "Indian Village Site"
    NewspaperPublication       "Use your imagination as the planners have and you'll see an Iroquois Indian village on this land in the foreground across from Chiefswood, home of Indian poet Pauline Johnson."
    NewspaperPublication     "Use your imagination as the planners have and you'll see an Iroquois Indian village on this land in the foreground across from Chiefswood, home of Indian poet Pauline Johnson."
  • "Famous Ontarians: Pauline Johnson"
    Image       "This Famous Ontarians Series has been designed to commemorate, during our centennial year, some of the contributions to the growth of Canada made by citizens of our Province."
    Image     "This Famous Ontarians Series has been designed to commemorate, during our centennial year, some of the contributions to the growth of Canada made by citizens of our Province."
  • "Chiefswood"
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  • "Ontario Chiefs to Discuss Native Issues at Chiefswood"
    NewspaperPublication       "Canada's top native leaders gathered in Ohsweken today for the annual Chiefs of Ontario conference."
    NewspaperPublication     "Canada's top native leaders gathered in Ohsweken today for the annual Chiefs of Ontario conference."
  • "Indigent Indians Bequeathed Home"
    NewspaperPublication       "Birthplace near Brantford of Pauline Johnson, famous Indian poetess, which has been bequeathed as a home for indigent Indians by the late Evelyn H. C. Johnson, Pauline's sister."
    NewspaperPublication     "Birthplace near Brantford of Pauline Johnson, famous Indian poetess, which has been bequeathed as a home for indigent Indians by the late Evelyn H. C. Johnson, Pauline's sister."
  • "Mark Pauline Johnson Home"
    NewspaperPublication       "A modern 'unhealthy' tendency to ignore tradition and the past was deplored Saturday by speakers at the unveiling of a historical plaque commemorating the life of Emily Pauline Johnson at Chiefswood, her former home."
    NewspaperPublication     "A modern 'unhealthy' tendency to ignore tradition and the past was deplored Saturday by speakers at the unveiling of a historical plaque commemorating the life of Emily Pauline Johnson at ...
  • "Chiefswood Curator"
    Newspaper       "Mrs. Arnold D. Hill is the curator of Chiefswood. On Weekends and holidays Mrs. Hill is busy guiding tourists through the Johnson home. But on weekdays she has time to talk with visitors, not only about Chiefswood and Pauline Johnson, but also about Indians and their way of life."
    Newspaper     "Mrs. Arnold D. Hill is the curator of Chiefswood. On Weekends and holidays Mrs. Hill is busy guiding tourists through the Johnson home. But on weekdays she has time to ...
  • "Honors for a Great Poet"
    Newspapermystery       "In her will, Emily Pauline Johnson asked "that no tombstone or monument be raised in my memory." She preferred to be remembered "in the hearts and minds of my people and my public."
    Newspapermystery     "In her will, Emily Pauline Johnson asked "that no tombstone or monument be raised in my memory." She preferred to be remembered "in the hearts and minds of my people ...
  • "Memory Still Lives"
    NewspaperPublication       "She was the first Canadian woman, the first Canadian Indian and the first Canadian writer to be honored by a commemorative stamp."
    NewspaperPublication     "She was the first Canadian woman, the first Canadian Indian and the first Canadian writer to be honored by a commemorative stamp."
  • "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. ...
  • "Janet Stout"
    Imagemystery       Bill Anderson (standing by the house) and horse, Janet Stout.
    Imagemystery     Bill Anderson (standing by the house) and horse, Janet Stout.
  • "The Longhouse Man"
    ImageText       "A Six Nations Indian of Canada Speaks his Mind."
    ImageText     "A Six Nations Indian of Canada Speaks his Mind."
  • "No. 5 School - 1900"
    ImageNewspaper       No. 5 School in 1990.
    ImageNewspaper     No. 5 School in 1990.
  • Map of Six Nations Residents on a Map
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource       A Map of Six Nations with residents names on it and the approximate location of where they lived. This map was included with genealogical information from Luella (Anderson) DeGrave
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource     A Map of Six Nations with residents names on it and the approximate location of where they lived. This map was included with genealogical information from Luella (Anderson) DeGrave
  • "Lawyer Says Band Councils Can't Fight Bill C-10 Amendment"
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Mar 2014, p.20     "Six Nations lawyer Kim Thomas expects Bill C-10 to pass third reading in the House of Commons within the next month."
    NewspaperPublication  Duric, Donna, Turtle Island News, 19 Mar 2014, p.20   "Six Nations lawyer Kim Thomas expects Bill C-10 to pass third reading in the House of Commons within the next month."
  • "Smuggling"
    NewspaperPublication       "It's a billion-dollar racket that has created overnight millionaires while robbing businesses of sales and governments of precious tax money."
    NewspaperPublication     "It's a billion-dollar racket that has created overnight millionaires while robbing businesses of sales and governments of precious tax money."
  • "Pauline Johnson Rediscovered"
    Newspaper  Van Steen, Marcus, Brantford Expositor, 24 Jun 1989     This article discusses the efforts of Sheila Ferguson to educate the public about the life and work of Pauline Johnson through presentations of her poetry and the details of her personal history.
    Newspaper  Van Steen, Marcus, Brantford Expositor, 24 Jun 1989   This article discusses the efforts of Sheila Ferguson to educate the public about the life and work of Pauline Johnson through presentations of her poetry and the details of her ...
  • "Two Nations Under One Roof"
    Newspaper  O'Dacre, Bonnie, Hamilton Spectator, 20 Aug 1964     This article provides a description of the history of Chiefswood and details it's features as a museum.
    Newspaper  O'Dacre, Bonnie, Hamilton Spectator, 20 Aug 1964   This article provides a description of the history of Chiefswood and details it's features as a museum.
  • "Ontario Ready for Talks on Native Land Claims"
    Newspaper       "The Ontario Government will try to negotiate land claims and self-government arrangements simultaneously with First Nations in the province, Native Affairs Minister Bud Wildman said Tuesday."
    Newspaper     "The Ontario Government will try to negotiate land claims and self-government arrangements simultaneously with First Nations in the province, Native Affairs Minister Bud Wildman said Tuesday."
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