Chiefswood NHS

The Chiefswood National Historic Site (NHS) is the birthplace and childhood home of renowned Mohawk and English poetess, E. Pauline Johnson. The historic site features identical entrances – the South entrance faces the river to welcome Six Nations community members who arrived by canoe, and the North entrance faces the road to welcome visitors from surrounding communities who arrived by horse-drawn carriage. The two entrances are a living symbol of the shared cultures of the Johnson family.

Location: 1037 Highway 54 and Chiefswood Road

Hours of operation: May (Victoria Day Long Weekend) – October (Thanksgiving Weekend)
Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 3 pm
Bookings available on off season upon request.

Contact: coordinator@chiefswoodnhs.ca

Link: http://chiefswoodnhs.ca/

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