1866-99, This engraving shows American troops (shown in blue uniforms) crossing the Niagara River and landing at Queenston. British and Canadian troops (shown in red uniforms) under General Isaac Brock came out of Newark (now Niagara-on-the-Lake) and drove the Americans back to the heights. Seeing this,...
July 1882, Photograph of John Smoke Johnson.
July 1882, Photograph of John Tutela.
studio portrait of the last surviving Six Nations warriors who fought with the British in the War of 1812
: (left to right) Young Warner (born ca. 1794), John Tutela (born ca. 1797) and Sakawaraton a.k.a. John Smoke Johnson (born circa 1792). Portrait taken in Brantford, Ontario, Canada...
c. Late 19th century,
...Black and White photograph of John Smoke Johnson, Mohawk chief; Veteran of the War of 1812
; and elected as a "Pine Tree Chief", a non-hereditary position....
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