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By Veronica Strong-Boag, Carole Gerson

Frequently brushed aside as a 'nature poet' and an 'Indian Princess' E. Pauline Johnson (1861-1913) was once not just an finished philosopher and author yet a contentious and passionate character who 'talked again' to Euro-Canadian tradition. "Paddling Her personal Canoe" is the one significant scholarly examine that examines Johnson's assorted roles as a primary international locations champion, New lady, severe author and performer, and Canadian nationalist.

A local suggest of part-Mohawk ancestry, Johnson used to be additionally an autonomous, self-supporting, single lady throughout the interval of first-wave feminism. Her flexible writings variety from terribly erotic poetry to polemical statements concerning the rights of First countries. according to thorough learn into archival and released assets, this quantity probes the which means of Johnson's lively profession and addresses the complexities of her social, racial, and cultural place. whereas situating Johnson within the context of turn-of-the-century Canada, the authors additionally use present feminist and post-colonial views to reframe her contribution. incorporated is the 1st complete chronology ever compiled of Johnson's writing.

Pauline Johnson was once a rare girl who crossed the racial and gendered strains of her time, and thereby confounded Canadian society. This learn reclaims either her writings and her higher significance.

Winner of the Raymond Klibansky Prize, provided by way of the Canadian Federation for the arts and Social Sciences

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Versions of 30 Paddling Her Own Canoe these legends were first published in the Vancouver Province Magazine, where the narrative role of the Squamish champion is diminished. In the book, titled against Johnson's express wish The Legends of Vancouver (1911) rather than The Legends of the Capilano, he and to a lesser extent Lixwelut resurface as dignified representatives of their people. In 1910 Johnson took a prominent place in Su-a-pu-luck's funeral and later introduced his son Mathias Capilano to Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier.

Trampling upon our rights and privileges to such an extent that the Indian is reduced to a condition approaching so near slavery that the line of demarcation is hard to define.

C. C. First Nations Begins publishing in Boys' World Johnson's last visit to London (April-June) Begins publishing in the Mother's Magazine Publication of When George Was Kingby Brockville Times Moves her base to Vancouver and gives up regular performing to concentrate on writing; shortly thereafter she is diagnosed with breast cancer Death of Su-a-pu-luck Johnson's articles on Native legends begin to appear in Vancouver Province Publication of Legends of Vancouver Publication of Flint and Feather Death of Johnson in Vancouver on March 8 and her civic funeral in the same city on March 10 Posthumous publication of The Shagganappi and The Moccasin Maker Erection of monument in Stanley Park, Vancouver, to Johnson Death of her brother, Allen Wawanosh Publication of Town Hall Tonight by her partner Walter McRaye Publication of the first book-length study, The Mohawk Princess: Being Some Account of the Life of TEKAHION-WAKE (E.

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