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ca. 1895


Brantford, Ont.

Place of creation


1 photograph: 13.7 x 9.7 cm (image); 16.3 x 10.7 cm (support).
Graphic (photo)
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To be viewed with the assistance of a ph
oto archivist.
Graphic (photo)
Colour transparency NPC-049
90: Open
Graphic (photo)
Copy negative C-085125
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Graphic (photo)
90: Open
90: Open
Other accession no.
1952-010 NPC

Terms of use

Credit: Cochran / Library and Archives Canada, Acc. / no. 1952-010 / C-085125
Copyright: expired
Restrictions on use: nil

Additional information

Published in "Sometimes A Great Nation: A Photo Album of Canada 1850-1925, by Edward Cavell, 1984. Plate 80, NPC-049, p. 98

Sepia transparency available

Pauline E. Johnson, poet, was born near Brantford Ontario to an English mother and a father who was a Mohawk chief. Johnson was also known by her Mohawk names, Tekahionwake.

Exhibitions note
Exhibition title: Double Take: Portraits of Intriguing Canadians / Volte-face: Portraits de Canadiens fascinants. Curator: Caroline Cook. Library and Archives Canada Exhibition. Confederation Centre Art Gallery. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; 2012.03.31 -2012.09.03. Further venue: McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario; 2012.09.22 – 2013.02.24 Further venue: Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau, Quebec; 2013.03.21 – 2013.10.14

Signatures and inscriptions
Youngest daughter of Chief Johnson

Subject heading

1. Johnson, E. Pauline (Emily Pauline), 1861-1913.
2. Authors, Canadian (English)
3. Métis Ontario.


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