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John Johnson Sir John Johnson (1742-1830), organized the King's Royal Regiment
New York, and subsequently was in charge of United Empire Loyalist resettlement along the
upper St. Lawrence River after 1783.
Johnson Sir William Johnson (1715-1774), the Superintendent of the Iroquois, and
an effective British agent to take the powerful Six Nations into action on the British
side from 1755 onward. His wife was a high-ranking Mohawk matron.
and Jolliet Father Marquette and Jolliet on the Mississippi, exploring toward the
Kane Paul Kane (1810-1871), who dedicated himself to painting the life of the
Indian peoples of the Canadian North West, travelling by canoe, snowshoe or
Kelsey An imaginative reconstruction of young Henry Kelsey first encountering
buffalo on the Plains, 1691, exploring for the Hudson's Bay Company.
Kelso John Kelso, founder of the Ontario Children's Aid Society in 1891, with some
of the children which the social agency supervised.
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