Chiefswood National Historic Site

Ohsweken, Ontario
House Museum/Homestead
1037 Brant County Highway 54, Ohsweken, ON, Canada
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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.


  • Guided Tour
  • National Historic Site
  • Parking
  • Washrooms


1037 Brant County Highway 54, Ohsweken, ON, Canada
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