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  • Picture of Six Nations People in front of a Cookhouse
    Imagemystery       c. 1930 in front of old log house on Tuscarora Road near St. John's Church. From Left to Right: Flossie Miller Jamieson; Mildred Miller General; Minnie Miller Anderson; Sam Anderson; Mildred Elaine Anderson
    Imagemystery     c. 1930 in front of old log house on Tuscarora Road near St. John's Church. From Left to Right: Flossie Miller Jamieson; Mildred Miller General; Minnie Miller Anderson; Sam Anderson; ...
  • Gordon Anderson and Eunice Maracle
    Imagemystery       Gordon Anderson (father was George Anderson and grandfather was John Cornelius Anderson who was Sam Anderson's brother). Gordon died at the age of 24 in a car accident.
    Imagemystery     Gordon Anderson (father was George Anderson and grandfather was John Cornelius Anderson who was Sam Anderson's brother). Gordon died at the age of 24 in a car accident.
  • Samuel Anderson and his parents, John R. Anderson and Mary Anderson
    Imagemystery       This picture was taken on Tuscarora Road. From Left to Right: Burt Anderson (Grandson), Samuel Adam Anderson (Son), John R. Anderson (Father) died in 1932 and Mary (Thomas) Anderson (Mother) died in 1936. Mary's father was John Reginald Thomas
    Imagemystery     This picture was taken on Tuscarora Road. From Left to Right: Burt Anderson (Grandson), Samuel Adam Anderson (Son), John R. Anderson (Father) died in 1932 and Mary (Thomas) Anderson (Mother) ...
  • Dr Walter Hough, Demonstrating the Use of an Iroquois Pump Drill before 1935
    Image       Reverse: "Pump drill, Iroquois Indians, Dr Walter Hough and ?" pencilled on back of file print
    Image     Reverse: "Pump drill, Iroquois Indians, Dr Walter Hough and ?" pencilled on back of file print
  • Marjorie Anderson Lynch
    Image       Marjorie (Anderson) Lynch born 1913. McMaster University Graduate Photo 1934. Graduated with a Major in French in 1935. Mother of Donald D. and Patricia Lynch. May have been the first woman from Six Nations to receive a university degree.
    Image     Marjorie (Anderson) Lynch born 1913. McMaster University Graduate Photo 1934. Graduated with a Major in French in 1935. Mother of Donald D. and Patricia Lynch. May have been the first ...
  • The Mohawk Institute c. 1934
    Imagemystery       See Reverse for position. Girls AA-Hazel Gibson BB-Molly Johnson CC-Sarah Maracle DD-Eva Hill EE-Betty Groat B-Betty Hill C-Rita Henry F-Alma Bomberry G-Ruth Hill H-Ruby Hill I-Viola Hill 4-Minnie Luella Anderson 6-Florence John 7-Rosalee Burnham 13-Vernie Maise Powless Staff 1-Mr. Henderson (Greenhouse) 3-Mr. Howarth (Farm) 4-Miss Pedigrew (Kitchen) 5-Miss Turner (Kitchen ...
    Imagemystery     See Reverse for position. Girls AA-Hazel Gibson BB-Molly Johnson CC-Sarah Maracle DD-Eva Hill EE-Betty Groat B-Betty Hill C-Rita Henry F-Alma Bomberry G-Ruth Hill H-Ruby Hill I-Viola Hill 4-Minnie Luella Anderson ...
  • Marjorie Anderson, McMaster 1935
    ImageText       Page from the 1935 McMaster University yearbook. Note the misspelling of Ohsweken.
    ImageText     Page from the 1935 McMaster University yearbook. Note the misspelling of Ohsweken.
  • Staff and Patients at Chedoke
    Imagemystery       This is a picture taken at Chedoke Hospital in Hamilton. Minnie Miller is the sixth person from the left in the middle row. The rest of the people are unknown. They could be patients and/or staff. Minnie was at the hospital because she had tuberculosis. This was a special occasion ...
    Imagemystery     This is a picture taken at Chedoke Hospital in Hamilton. Minnie Miller is the sixth person from the left in the middle row. The rest of the people are unknown. ...
  • Staff and TB Patients at Chedoke
    Imagemystery       This is a picture taken at Chedoke Hospital in Hamilton. Minnie Miller is the first person in the middle row. The rest of the people are unknown. They could be patients. Minnie was at the hospital because she had tuberculosis. .It was known as the Mountain Sanitorium (at Chedoke). The ...
    Imagemystery     This is a picture taken at Chedoke Hospital in Hamilton. Minnie Miller is the first person in the middle row. The rest of the people are unknown. They could be ...
  • At the Mohawk Institute
    Image       This is a picture of Minnie "Luella" (Anderson) DeGrave and Dora (Jacobs) Longboat, both were students at the Mohawk Institute Residential School. The two people were not related. Luella was at the Mohawk Institute for six years.
    Image     This is a picture of Minnie "Luella" (Anderson) DeGrave and Dora (Jacobs) Longboat, both were students at the Mohawk Institute Residential School. The two people were not related. Luella was ...
  • Staff and Patients at Chedoke (Mountain Sanatorium)
    Imagemystery       This is a picture taken at the Mountain Sanatorium, Chedoke Hospital in Hamilton. Minnie Anderson is the fifth person in the row from the left. The rest of the people are unknown. They could be patients or staff. Minnie was at the hospital because she had tuberculosis.
    Imagemystery     This is a picture taken at the Mountain Sanatorium, Chedoke Hospital in Hamilton. Minnie Anderson is the fifth person in the row from the left. The rest of the people ...
  • Group Photo Toronto Exhibition 1937
    Imagemystery       Toronto Ont. Exhibition -1937
    Imagemystery     Toronto Ont. Exhibition -1937
  • Sunday School at St.John's Anglican Church 1939
    Imagemystery       Sunday School at St John's Anglican Church 1939. Mildred Miller taught junior Sunday School. Susan Johnson taught senior Sunday School and played the organ for the Church. Cap Martin had a hunched back. Samuel Adam Anderson was the maintenance man and warden of the Church. back row l-r Anderson, Samuel ...
    Imagemystery     Sunday School at St John's Anglican Church 1939. Mildred Miller taught junior Sunday School. Susan Johnson taught senior Sunday School and played the organ for the Church. Cap Martin had ...
  • Baptismal Certificate of Albert Hiram Anderson
    ImageGenealogical Resource       This is a baptismal record of Albert Hiram Anderson. Albert is the son of Samuel Adam Anderson and Minnie Miller. The baptism took place at Lady Willingdon Hospital in Ohsweken Ontario on May 26, 1938. Hiram died as an infant or newborn.
    ImageGenealogical Resource     This is a baptismal record of Albert Hiram Anderson. Albert is the son of Samuel Adam Anderson and Minnie Miller. The baptism took place at Lady Willingdon Hospital in Ohsweken ...
  • "Chiefswood"
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  • Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet -No.41 -Historic Letters and Documents from Niagara -1790-1792
    TextPublication       Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 41 in a multi-part series collects historic letters and documents spanning the years 1790 to 1792.
    TextPublication     Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 41 in a multi-part series collects historic letters and documents spanning the years 1790 to 1792.
  • Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet -No.42 -Historic Niagara Documents -1805-1811
    TextPublication       Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 42 in a multi-part series collects documents relating to Niagara history from the period leading up to the War of 1812.
    TextPublication     Pamphlet published by the Niagara Historical Society. No. 42 in a multi-part series collects documents relating to Niagara history from the period leading up to the War of 1812.
  • 1933 Goudey Indian Gum Cover with John Brant's Image
    ImageObject       Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". In 1933, the Goudey Gum Company produced one of the most complicated and controversial non-sports issued gum ever produced. The ...
    ImageObject     Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". ...
  • "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."
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