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Emily Pauline Johnson (1861–1913)

Johnson, Emily Pauline [Tekahionwake]. A Canadian poet; born in the Six Nations Reserve, ON, Canada, in 1861; died at Vancouver, BC, 1913. She was of Indian descent. Her first volume of verse was ‘The White Wampum’ (1894). It was followed by ‘Canadian Born’ (1903); ‘Flint and Feather’ (1912); ‘Legends of Vancouver’ (1911).