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"Native Built Historic Brantford Home"
Publication:
Brantford Expositor, 1989


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Creator:
Beaver, George, Author
Media Type:
Newspaper
Item Type:
Articles
Description:
"In the Echo Place section of Brantford, on Colborne Street, the house built by Kahkewaquonaby still stands. Kahkewaquonaby means Sacred Feathers in the Mississauga Ojibway language. He got his name from his grandfather soon after his birth in 1802. This was long before he became a minister in the Methodist Church. His English name was Rev. Peter Jones."
Date of Publication:
1989
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Jones, Peter ; Field, Eliza ; Jones, Augustus ; Jackson, Andrew ; Waldie, Jean ; Colborne, John.
Corporate Name(s):
The Kingston Chronicle ; Gazette ; The New York Patriot ; The Niagara Gleaner.
Local identifier:
SNPL002508v00d
Collection:
Scrapbook #1 by Janet Heaslip
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1668 Longitude: -80.29967
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc-nd [more details]
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"Native Built Historic Brantford Home"


"In the Echo Place section of Brantford, on Colborne Street, the house built by Kahkewaquonaby still stands. Kahkewaquonaby means Sacred Feathers in the Mississauga Ojibway language. He got his name from his grandfather soon after his birth in 1802. This was long before he became a minister in the Methodist Church. His English name was Rev. Peter Jones."