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  • Mona Darkfeather - Wikipedia

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    Princess Mona Darkfeather (January 13, 1883 – September 3, 1977) was an American actress who starred in Native American and Western dramas. Chief Big Thunder gave her the title “Princess” after the Blackfoot Native American Tribe made her a blood member.

  • Mona Darkfeather - IMDb

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    Mona Darkfeather, Actress: Justice of the Wild. Princess Mona Darkfeather was born Josephine M. Workman in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles on 13 January 1882. Her grandparents were William Workman (1799-1876), a native of England, and Nicolasa Urioste (1802-1892), who hailed from the Taos pueblo of New Mexico. Consequently, though Darkfeather stated in a 1914 film magazine ...

  • Pictures of Mona Darkfeather - Pictures Of Celebrities

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    Mona Darkfeather (January 13, 1883 – September 3, 1977) was an American actress. During the silent era of motion pictures, from 1911 to 1917, she appeared in 102 movies.

  • Mona Darkfeather - Silent Westerns Wiki

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    Princess Mona Darkfeather was born Josephine M. Workman in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles on 13 January 1882. Her grandparents were William Workman (1799-1876), a native of England, and Nicolasa Urioste (1802-1892), who...

  • Mona Darkfeather - revolvy.com

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    Princess Mona Darkfeather (January 13, 1883 – September 3, 1977) was an American actress who starred in Native American and Western dramas. Chief Big Thunder gave her the title “Princess” after the Blackfoot Native American Tribe made her a blood member. During the silent era of motion pictures , from 1911 to 1917 , she appeared in 102 movies.

  • Mona Darkfeather

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    Mona Darkfeather was born as Josephine M. Workman on January 13, 1883, in Boyle Heights, California. Her father was Joseph Manuel Workman and her mother was Josephine Mary Belt.

  • A star was born: The story of Princess Mona Darkfeather ...

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    This much we know about Darkfeather: Her real name was Josephine Workman, and she was born in 1882 or 1883 in Boyle Heights, a downtown district flanked by East LA

  • Talk:Mona Darkfeather - Wikipedia

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  • Mona Darkfeather (1883-1977) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Actress. She became a screen actress after answering an advertisement placed by Thomas Ince, calling for exotic-looking girls to play Indian maidens. Using the stage name 'Princess Mona Darkfeather' she appeared in some seventy short and full-length films between 1909 and 1917, probably best remembered as 'Kalem' in...

  • Mona Darkfeather - Biography - IMDb

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    Princess Mona Darkfeather was born Josephine M. Workman in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles on 13 January 1882. Her grandparents were ...

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