Chiefswood National Historic Site was built in 1853-1856 by Mohawk Chief George Johnson for his English Bride Emily Howells. Together the couple had 4 children with Pauline being the youngest of the 4.
The home tells the story of the mid-1800s and the connection where cultures meet.
Notes from "History really comes alive when you can see it, and touch it."
- Guided Tour
- National Historic Site
1037 Brant County Highway 54, Ohsweken, ON, Canada
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History really comes alive when you can see it, and touch it. Growing up in St. Catharines, Ontario and now living in Toronto, I’ve enjoyed learning more about the historic sites of Ontario. While working at MuchMusic, singer Keshia Chante and I had the opportunity to personally tour the church Harriet Tubman helped build in […]