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A Double Life The Legacy of Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake

A Double Life The Legacy of Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake


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Literary and stage career[edit]. E. Pauline Johnson ...

Double Vision Poet Pauline Johnson enthralled Victorian theatregoers with a stereotype-smashing spin on her Mohawk-English heritage.

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Criticism and legacy[edit]. Pauline Johnson ...

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A Double Life: The Legacy of E. Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake

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Photograph of Pauline Johnson

Pauline Johnson monument in Stanley Park, Vancouver

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Emily Pauline Johnson

Illustration by Stefanie Ayoub

E. Pauline Johnson, Mohawk-English poet and performer

... Original title: [Emily Pauline Johnson] [philatelic record].

London has voice celebrating Pauline Johnson's life and poems

Chiefswood National Historic Site

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Pauline Phillips

Pauline Gower

Scent Of Burning Cedar

Isabel Ecclestone Mackay

In this house 'Chiefswood', erected about was born the Mohawk poetess Emily Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake).

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E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake)

A David Mitson painting depicting Pauline Johnson at Siwash Rock Vancouver. Painted 1967 in Dundas

Burden strap associated with Tekahionwake (E. Pauline Johnson, Mohawk, 1861–1913

The Moccasin Maker by E. Pauline Johnson,

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A circa-1900 photograph of Pauline Johnson's house. Courtesy the Six Nations Public Library

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Double Vision Poet Pauline Johnson enthralled Victorian theatregoers with a stereotype-smashing spin on her Mohawk-English heritage.

Flint and Feather: The Complete Poems of E. Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake

Legend of the Qu'Appelle Valley by E. Pauline Johnson with my artwork as

Public domain image of Edith Eaton (provided by Dr. Mary Chapman, UBC)

Canadian Born by E. Pauline Johnson. $18.68. Publication: January 10, 2012

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Born here at Chiefswood, the daughter of a Mohawk chief, E. Pauline Johnson gained international fame for her romantic writings on Indian themes

Memorial Tablet for Emily Pauline Johnson, erected in 1917. Courtesy the Six Nations Public

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The song my paddle sings by e pauline johnson full audiobook

In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you. For more

Today there are Women's Institute chapters in over 70 countries, with more than 9 million members.

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Viola Desmond

How Jeremy Dutcher Keeps His Ancestors' Language Alive

Pauline Johnson gathered together her complete poems, though others have since been discovered

Pauline Johnson Collegiate & Vocational School

James Deahl has edited several books to celebrate the legacy of his friends Milton Acorn and

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Cue the pipe organ.

Viola Desmond portrait

Two pages of a handwritten poem signed and dated by the author, Pauline Johnson.

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Lucy Maud Montgomery

What did Jesus mean by: “Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the kingdom of heaven” ? A Poet's Interpretation…

Later life[edit]

A black-and-white newspaper column describing Pauline Johnson's family, her work and

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A History of the American People

Engineer Elsie MacGill was the first woman in the world to design an aircraft. She later became a comic book hero. - Unknown

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Surprisingly, B.C.I. doesn't make a big deal out of its famous graduate.

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E. Pauline Johnson

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In other works, Monkman's approach is similar to Johnson's take on sentimental Victorian poetry. His landscapes mimic the classical colonial paintings that ...

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Later in life she became more interested in being Oneida, but it took years to shake that school's legacy.

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From Ruby Diamond Family Papers, 2007-037, Box 1, Folder 11.

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