Towards the end of her life Pauline’s sister, Evelyn Johnson, wrote a Memoirs. The Memoirs book is about the lives of her family members and herself. Evelyn provides a very detailed description of each of the Johnson’s and their time spent at Chiefswood.
Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks was the first Protestant Church in Upper Canada, and is now the oldest surviving church in Ontario. It is one of the two Royal Chapels in North America, but is the only one located on a First Nations Territory. Run by Six Nations Tourism, a sub department of Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC).
As one of only a handful of residential schools left still standing in Canada, the Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School is a physical reminder of the legacy of assimilation imposed upon First Nations children in Canada.
To learn more about this often-overlooked era in Canadian history, join the Woodland Cultural Centre for a tour of the Mohawk Institute! http://www.woodland-centre.on.ca/join-us-tour-former-mohawk-institute