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  • Subject: Poetry
  • "Wolf Nation: Poetry from a Tuscarora Nation Poet"
        To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to the item SNPL004120v00d.
      To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to the item ...
  • "Collective Consciousness: Poems by Barbara-Helen Hill"
        To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004158v00d.
      To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004158v00d.
  • "Illustrated Booklet of Essays, Plays and Poetry"
        To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004173v00d.
      To view this document, please contact SNPL in regard to item SNPL004173v00d.
  • "The Fourth Act"
        Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
      Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of ...
  • Wolf Nation: Poetry from a Tuscarora Nation Poet
        Poetry written in memory of the Tuscarora War of 1711-1713.
      Poetry written in memory of the Tuscarora War of 1711-1713.
  • "Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake Poet Princess"
        "In 1861, on the Six Nations Reserve near Brantford Ontario, one of Canada's most illustrious literary figures, E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake), was born."
      "In 1861, on the Six Nations Reserve near Brantford Ontario, one of ...
  • "A Poem of Native Names"
    Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Spring 1995     "I can tell spring is really here because I feel like writing poetry."
    Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Spring 1995   "I can tell spring is really here because I feel like writing ...
  • "My Little Jean"
        Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of Brant" by F. Douglas Reville, Volume 2, Page 632, 1920.
      Poem by Pauline Johnson that appeared in "History of the Country of ...
  • "At the Ferry"
        "At the Ferry," a poem by E. Pauline Johnson.
      "At the Ferry," a poem by E. Pauline Johnson.
  • "The Drums of War"
        Poem written in calligraphy.
      Poem written in calligraphy.
  • "Longfellow's Poem Mixed Legends"
    Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1994     "The All-Ontario Aboriginal Fastball Championship took place in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory on the last weekend in August. Tyendinaga is the Anglicized way of saying Thayendanegea (Ta-yoar-da-nay-gay-uh) - Joseph Brant's Mohawk name. It is a small Mohawk Reserve of 1,000 people near Belleville."
    Beaver, George, Brantford Expositor, Fall 1994   "The All-Ontario Aboriginal Fastball Championship took place in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory on ...
  • "Recalling Pauline Johnson"
        "This should be a familiar book to a great many Canadians, but the unfortunate truth is that very few Canadians will recognize it. Except for the introduction by a professor of English at the University of Arizona, this book is a direct photographic reproduction of the edition published by the ...
      "This should be a familiar book to a great many Canadians, but ...
  • "Pauline Johnson Rediscovered"
    Van Steen, Marcus, Brantford Expositor, 1989     "One of the more interesting events in our city this week was held in our city this week was held in the Brantford Historical Museum on Wednesday evening. the occasion was the appearance of a vivacious young woman, Sheila Ferguson, to recapture the mood and significance of the Buckskin and ...
    Van Steen, Marcus, Brantford Expositor, 1989   "One of the more interesting events in our city this week was ...
  • "E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake) Poetess"
        RETROSPECTIVE BY THE PUBLISHERS E. PAULINE JOHNSON (Tekahionwake) was the youngest of four children, born to the late G.H.M. Johnson (Onwanonsyshon), Chief of the Six Nations Indians, and his wife. Emily S. Howells. Her father, Chief Johnson, was a ...
      RETROSPECTIVE BY THE PUBLISHERS E. PAULINE JOHNSON (Tekahionwake) was the youngest of ...
  • "The Voice of The Knight and His Lady"
  • "The Lyric Voice of Canada's Indians"
    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 ...
    Campbell, Marjorie Freeman, The Globe, 25 Feb 1961, p. 11   "The Indian woman who stood facing the critical Toronto audience that evening ...
  • "Remembering E. Pauline Johnson: 1861-1913"
    Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 4 Mar 2015     Remembering E. Pauline Johnson: 1861-1913 By GoodMinds.com The books of poetry, short stories, and literary criticism of Emily Pauline Johnson continue to inspire and enlighten readers today. Emily Pauline Johnson (1861-1913) was born at Chiefswood ...
    Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 4 Mar 2015   Remembering E. Pauline Johnson: 1861-1913 By GoodMinds.com The books of poetry, short ...
  • "Daniel David Moses receives 2015 OAC Aboriginal Arts Award"
    Hill, Laura, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 24 Jun 2015     Daniel David Moses receives 2015 OAC Aboriginal Arts Award By Laura Hill Author Daniel David Moses has dedicated over 30 years of his life to the arts. Since 1979, he has written 13 published or produced plays, several books of poetry and countless essays. ...
    Hill, Laura, Two Row Times (Six Nations of the Grand River, ON: Two Row Times), 24 Jun 2015   Daniel David Moses receives 2015 OAC Aboriginal Arts Award By Laura Hill ...
  • "Three New Names on Walk of Fame"
    Ruby, Michelle, Brantford Expositor, 14 Nov 1998     "Three of Brantford's most prominent citizens were officially inducted into the second installment of they city's Walk of Fame Friday."
    Ruby, Michelle, Brantford Expositor, 14 Nov 1998   "Three of Brantford's most prominent citizens were officially inducted into the second ...
  • "Must Pauline's Supporters Riot?"
    Weir, Harold, Vancouver Sun, 1962     "Vancouver people like the name 'Pauline Johnson,' but the commission does not like it. And yet it is the people and not the commission who own the place and pay the shot for it."
    Weir, Harold, Vancouver Sun, 1962   "Vancouver people like the name 'Pauline Johnson,' but the commission does not ...
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