Honore Jaxon (William Henry Jackson) - Portrait

Database ID24215
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections
Fonds/CollectionMorton Manuscripts Collection
File/Item ReferenceC550-1-24.1- Honore (Box 36)
Date of creation1892
Physical description/extent1 photograph; b&w; 9 x 14 cm
1 negative; b&w; 7 x 10 cm
Number of images1
Historical noteHonore Jaxon, aka William Henry Jackson. Jaxon was Riel's secretary leading up to the Northwest Resistance and his only white Protestant follower. Prior to this he had been secretary of the Prince Albert Settler's Union. After the resistance he escaped to the United States where he was active in the Labour Movement and the Bahai faith.
Scope and contentPortrait of Honore Jaxon, holding a cane in his left hand and a hat in his right.
Copyright holderPublic domain
Copyright expiry datePublic domain
Other terms governing use and reproductionResponsibility regarding questions of copyright that may arise in the use of any images is assumed by the researcher.
Primary MediaPhotographs
Provenance Access PointMorton, A.S.
Other notesTaken from Forty Years in the North-West by W.J. Carter, p. 142.
Treaty boundariesTreaty 6
Cultural regionPlains
NamesJackson, William Henry (Honore Jaxon), 1861-1952
SubjectNorthwest Resistance
Metis -- History
Date Range(s)1890-1899
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