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Pauline Johnson and her friends.

Walter McRaye

Pauline Johnson and her friends.

by Walter McRaye

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Published by Ryerson Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Johnson, E. Pauline, -- 1861-1913.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS8469 O3 Z72
    The Physical Object
    Pagination182 p.
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16324621M

    Bibliography of Works about E. Pauline Johnson Books. Foster, Annie. The Mohawk Princess: being some account of the life of Tekahion-wake. Pauline Johnson and her Friends. Strong-Boag, Veronica. Paddling Her Own Canoe: the times and texts of E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Van Steen, Marcus. Emily Pauline Johnson (also known in Mohawk as Tekahionwake –pronounced: dageh-eeon-wageh, literally: 'double-life'), commonly known as E. Pauline Johnson or just Pauline Johnson, was a Canadian writer and performer popular in the late 19th century. Johnson was notable for her poems and performances that.

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Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake) was a Native advocate of part-Mohawk ancestry, an independent woman during the period of first-wave feminism, a Canadian nationalist who also advocated strengthening the link to imperial England, a popular and versatile prose writer, and one of modern Canada's best-selling poets/5.

Pauline Johnson was an unusual and unique presence on the literary scene during the late 19th Pauline Johnson and her friends. book early 20th centuries. A female voice among an almost entirely male writing community, she drew on her gender and her unique origins half-aboriginal, half-English developing a unique perspective in her lyrical poems and her recounting of Native myths and legends/5.

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Emily Pauline Johnson (also known in Mohawk as Tekahionwake –pronounced: dageh-eeon-wageh, literally: ‘double-life’) (10 March – 7 March ), commonly known as E.

Pauline Johnson or just Pauline Johnson, was a Canadian writer and performer popular in the late 19th century. Johnson was notable for her poems and performances that celebrated her Aboriginal heritage; her father was a.

By Pauline Johnson was ill and living with modest means in the West End. She worked with Chief Capilano, retelling his stories in Legends of Vancouver, a book she published in with the help of her Vancouver friends.

Flint and Feather by E. Pauline Johnson at Project Gutenberg (Project Gutenberg) Watts-Dunton, Theodore, ed. Flint and Feather: The Complete Poems of E. Pauline Johnson.

Toronto: Musson Book Co., Van Steen, Marcus, ed. Pauline Johnson, Her Life and Work: Biography Written By and Poems Selected By Marcus Van Steen. Pauline Johnson has 28 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Pauline Johnson’s most popular book is Legends of Vancouver. Emily Pauline Johnson (also known in Mohawk as Tekahionwake), commonly known as E.

Pauline Johnson or just Pauline Johnson, was a Canadian writer and performer popular in the late 19th century. Johnson was notable for her poems and performances that celebrated her First Nations heritage; her father was a Mohawk chief of mixed ancestry, and her /5.

Johnson, Pauline. North American Indian Silver Craft (Vancouver: Subway Books, ). ABOUT PAULINE JOHNSON Foster, Mrs. Garland. The Mohawk Princess: Being an Account of the Life of Takahion-Wake (E.

Pauline Johnson) (Vancouver: Lions Gate Publishing, ). McRaye, Walter. Pauline Johnson and Her Friends (Toronto: Ryerson Press, ). A number of Pauline Johnson’s prose pieces, originally published in Mother’s Magazine and Boys’ World, were collected and issued after her death in The moccasin maker, with introduction by [Horatio] Gilbert Parker* and appreciation by Charles Mair* (Toronto, ), and in The Shagganappi, with introduction by Ernest Thompson Seton* (Toronto, ).

Additional Physical Format: Online version: McCrea, Walter Jackson, Pauline Johnson and her friends. Toronto, Ryerson Press [] (OCoLC) Emily Pauline Johnson (also known in Mohawk as Tekahionwake –pronounced: dageh-eeon-wageh, literally: 'double-life'), commonly known as E.

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Pauline Johnson While touring she wrote her second book called Canadian Born. Canadian Born was a collection of poems about the shared histories of Canadians. Johnson wrote her third book, which was titled Legends of Vancouver in Johnson was notable for her poems and performances that celebrated her First Nations heritage; her father was a Mohawk chief of mixed ancestry, and her mother an English immigrant.

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Thousands of Canadian schoolchildren have read her. Emily Pauline Johnson was the youngest of four children born to an Englishwoman, named Emily Susanna Howells, and Mohawk Chief Teyonhehkon, a descendant of Hiawatha and Dekanahwideh, the Peacemaker, and other leaders Pontiac and Tecumseh.

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