Links & Resources

Where to see and learn more about Anahareo, Grey Owl, and more!


The following websites have significant information dedicated or relevant to Grey Owl and Anahareo, and may be of interest to those wanting to read more from the comfort of their own homes. The links are provided for information and interest only, and we do not guarantee or endorse any of the information or opinions presented on external websites.

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Grey Owl: Tales of a Haunted Cabin. A blog in which the world, as viewed by Grey Owl, is imaginatively reimagined. The site author also maintains a Twitter account under the name of @ABelaney.

Kristin Gleeson's blog. Anahareo biographer and author Kristin Gleeson maintains a blog on which Grey Owl and Anahareo make a regular appearance. You can quickly find posts related to them by clicking on the appropriate category link.


The Algonquin Way. This comprehensive website by the Algonquin Way Cultural Centre of Golden Lake (home to Anahareo's mother and grandmother), provides a First Nations perspective of the First Nations experience, and includes a wealth of information on their culture, practices, and teachings.

Algonquins of Ontario. This is a website by a group that represents all ten Algonquin communities in Ontario, and it contains extensive information about their heritage, culture, history, and land claims issues.

Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation. This is a website by and about the Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn (Golden Lake), to which Anahareo's mother and grandmother belonged. 

Grey Owl's Hastings. This website provides information about Grey Owl's boyhood home. Though the pages on Grey Owl are static, the pages and guestbook entries are worth a read. The main site (which is a reference to the Battle of Hastings in 1066), may also be of interest to those who wish to read more about Hastings itself.

Haudenosaunee Confederacy. This is the official website of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy, to which the Mohawk (Kanien’kehake) belong. According to the family's oral history, Anahareo's grandmother was from the Mohawk community of Kanehsatà:ke, on the Lake of Two Mountains. Historical documents, on the other hand, suggest that it was Anahareo's grandfather who was Mohawk.

Mohawk History & Culture. This website created by the Kahnawake branch of the Mohawk Nation provides an excellent, easy-to-read historical and cultural overview of their people.

Nipissing First Nation. This website provides a historical background of the Nipissing First Nation, of which Anahareo's great-grandfather was a Grand Chief, according to the historical record.

News & Information

Heritage Perspectives. Written by local author and historian Doug Mackey, the Heritage Perspectives column covers a variety of historical topics related to Mattawa and the surrounding area. Anahareo, Grey Owl, and their family members have been featured in his column a number of times over the years.