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  • "10,000 Visited Chiefswood"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 7 Apr 1967     An article detailing the visitation statistics for Chiefswood from May 1 to December 31 of 1966. Improvements, both suggested and in progress, are also noted.
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 7 Apr 1967   An article detailing the visitation statistics for Chiefswood from May 1 to December 31 of 1966. Improvements, both suggested and in progress, are also noted.
  • "Chiefswood"
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  • "Chiefswood Due for a Renovation"
    NewspaperPublication  Ramsay, Laura, Brantford Expositor, 2 Nov 1983     "Pauline Johnson's house is falling down. However, a plea by Six Nations museum committee chairman John Staats to have Chiefswood's leaking roof reshingled this year was rejected Tuesday night by the band council, which hopes to renovate the entire building as soon as it can find the money."
    NewspaperPublication  Ramsay, Laura, Brantford Expositor, 2 Nov 1983   "Pauline Johnson's house is falling down. However, a plea by Six Nations museum committee chairman John Staats to have Chiefswood's leaking roof reshingled this year was rejected Tuesday night by ...
  • "Chiefswood Needs Help"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1985     An article detailing the restoration requirements of Chiefswood and the efforts undertaken to secure funding for them.
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 21 May 1985   An article detailing the restoration requirements of Chiefswood and the efforts undertaken to secure funding for them.
  • "Chiefswood Renovation Scheduled"
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 18 Jan 1984     "Chiefswood, the childhood home of Six Nations poet E. Pauline Johnson, will be the reserve's next major renovation project."
    NewspaperPublication  Brantford Expositor, 18 Jan 1984   "Chiefswood, the childhood home of Six Nations poet E. Pauline Johnson, will be the reserve's next major renovation project."
  • "Concert Will Aid Chiefswood Project"
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor     "Buffy Sainte-Marie, the Cree Indian Singer and songwriter, has travelled many roads. In fact, one of her record albums is entitled Many a Mile. This Saturday she will travel a road she has never been on before. It will take her to Chiefswood, the crumbling mansion on Highway 54, by ...
    Newspapermystery  Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor   "Buffy Sainte-Marie, the Cree Indian Singer and songwriter, has travelled many roads. In fact, one of her record albums is entitled Many a Mile. This Saturday she will travel a ...
  • "Curator Proud of Indian Heritage"
    NewspaperPublication  Gedney, Darlene, Brantford Expositor, 4 Sep 1965     Article profiling the curator of Chiefswood Museum, Mrs. Angus Smoke, in 1965.
    NewspaperPublication  Gedney, Darlene, Brantford Expositor, 4 Sep 1965   Article profiling the curator of Chiefswood Museum, Mrs. Angus Smoke, in 1965.
  • "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 ...
  • "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."
  • "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."
  • "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 ...
  • "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."
  • "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."
  • "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. ...
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