Pauline Johnson: First Aboriginal Voice Of Canada

Pauline Johnson: First Aboriginal Voice Of Canada

Book - 1999
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Her mother was English, her father a Mohawk chief. Billed as "The Mohawk Princess," Pauline Johnson took to the stage and recited her poetry in towns across Canada and the U.S.A. during the 1890s. On her two trips to England, she was the toast of London.


Billed as "The Mohawk Princess," Pauline Johnson took to the stage and recited her poetry throughout Canada and the U.S. during the 1890s.



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Her mother was English, her father a Mohawk chief. Billed as "The Mohawk Princess," Pauline Johnson took to the stage and recited her poetry in towns across Canada and the U.S.A. during the 1890s. On her two trips to England, she was the toast of London.



Publisher: Montreal, QC XYZ Publishing c1999
ISBN: 9780968360125
0968360122
Characteristics: 173 p

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