Her mother was English, her father a Mohawk chief. Billed as "The Mohawk Princess," Pauline Johnson took to the stage and recited her poetry in towns across Canada and the U.S.A. during the 1890s. On her two trips to England, she was the toast of London.
About the author
Betty Keller, author, playwright, and editor, lives on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in BC. She is an instrumental figure in the organization of the Festival of the Written Arts in Sechelt, BC.
Other titles by Betty Keller
A Biography of Pauline Johnson
A Thoroughly Wicked Woman
Murder, Perjury and Trial by Newspaper
Pender Harbour Cowboy
The Many Lives of Bertrand Sinclair
Bright Seas, Pioneer Spirits
A History of the Sunshine Coast
British Columbia's Working Tugboats
A Stain Upon the Sea
West Coast Salmon Farming
Forests Power Policy
The Legacy of Ray Williston