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CHIPEWYAN NEAR DUK LAKE 1930 Native American Historical Photos

CHIPEWYAN NEAR DUK LAKE 1930 Native American Historical Photos

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CHIPEWYAN GROUP , 1930

CHIPEWYAN MOTHERS AND BABIES , 1914

JOHN DUK , 1947

CHIPEWYAN NEAR DUK LAKE , 1930

Historical Native American pohoto.

CHIPEWYAN CHILDREN WITH A MISSIONARY , circa 1920

CHIPEWYAN GIRL NEAR DUCK LAKE , circa 1945

CHIPEWYAN (SAYISI DENE')

CHIPEWYAN (SAYISI DENE') . DUKE LAKE , MANITOBA (CANADA) - 1947

CHIPEWYAN MEN , 1930

ADELE SOLOMON , 1947

An old photograph of To Keep The Net Up aka O-kun-de- · Native American ...

Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork: Goldie Jamison Conklin, a Seneca from the Allegany Reservation · Native American Images ...

Nez Perce men - no date

CHIPEWYAN COUPLE , 1942

CHIPEWYAN SUPPLIES STORED IN PREPARATION FOR WINTER , 1926

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ROBINSON THORASSIE , 1948

Nenawan (aka Maggie Duck) - Ojibwa - circa 1930 Native American Photos, Native

OJIBWAY Woman, Ponemah, Red Lake Reservation, Minnesota, late 1800's or early 1900s. Photo by Roland Reed. Postcard edited c.1915-1930.

ROBINSON THORASSIE , 1947

A Ponca dancer (The North American Indian, v. XIX. Norwood, MA

Ottawa apologizes for forced relocation of Sayisi Dene First Nation in Manitoba…

Chipewyan girl - 1910

Caroline Thorassie (the wife of William Thorassie), inspecting frozen chunks of moss which

CHIPEWYAN (SAYISI DENE') . DENE' VILLAGE , CHURCHILL (CANADA) -

Historical Native American photo. Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, Native American Beauty

Chipewyan family at Duck Lake, 1949. They are (left to right): Simon Duck, Arthur Cutlip, Lucy Wolverine, and Jessie Cutlip. Source: B. Noton

CHIPEWYAN WOMAN , 1947

CHIPEWYAN Dene Drummer GROUP , 1914

Native American historical photo

Bruce Noton travelling with the northern Manitoba treaty party, 1949. Source: Bruce Noton

CHIPEWYAN GIRL , 1948

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CHIPEWYAN GIRL Native American Women, First Nations, Native Americans, Nativity, Native American

Manitoba History: “When the Caribou Failed”: Ilia Tolstoy in the Barren Lands, 1928-1929

Sixty years ago, a plane dropped out of the sky and loaded up an entire community of Dene hunters and trappers and their families from Little Duck Lake Bay, ...

Indigenous Peoples

Dr. Olin, Nurse Raynor and Dr. Yule conduct a baby clinic at Brochet on Reindeer Lake, 1949. Source: Bruce Noton

... which are areas of constitutionally-protected land designated for the Métis. Two of these settlements are in our region—Buffalo Lake and Kikino, ...

Agent Jack Staunton with Chief Beardy at York Factory, 1949. Source: Bruce Noton

Trety 1930s

A Wichita dancer (The North American Indian, v. XIX. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press)

Lutsel K'e Dene School in Winter.jpg

Squamish woman

Chipewyan is located in Saskatchewan

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Indians of File Hills Colony, their parents and friends

Ilia Tolstoy Source: Explorers Club Archives

Local people visit the HBC store at Gillam after receiving treaty payments, 1949. Source: Bruce Noton

William Burden, who along with William Chanler produced The Silent Enemy in 1930, one of the last great silent films.

Treaty 8

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Manitoba History: “Your Great Mother Across the Salt Sea”: Prairie First Nations, the British Monarchy and the Vice Regal Connection to 1900

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... take Russian as a second language course, although it has been a full immersion program in the past. The school is also accommodating of the many ...

An Aboriginal family at the mouth of the Seine River in the Red River Settlement. Painted by Peter Rindisbacher in 1822. Source: Library and Archives Canada

Manitoba History: “Your Great Mother Across the Salt Sea”: Prairie First Nations, the British Monarchy and the Vice Regal Connection to 1900

These Tlingit girls from Cooper River, Alaska, were photographed in 1903.

Eleven-year-old Andrew Gordon ...

On the 10th anniversary of the Government of Canada's apology for the Residential School system and its legacy, I would like to share with you how I honor ...

The French Canadian community prides itself on being able to give each generation a valuable heirloom: the gift of language. The French language is retained ...

North American Indian Brotherhood convention, Ottawa, 1945 (Kahnawake Cultural Centre)

In the south, the Cree were first contacted in force July 14, 1732 near Fort St. Pierre, (present Fort Frances), when about two hundred assembled to meet La ...

John Wesley and his wife. Wesley acted as an interpreter during treaty negotiations at Windigo

Treaty Day encampment at Nelson House, 1949. Source: Bruce Noton

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History. Two Tlingit girls, near Copper River (Alaska), 1903. Photograph taken by the Miles Brothers

65 Chapter Four The Experience of the Métis and Residential Schools Two Métis children with an

Plains Indian Sign Language

This photograph shows Tlingit Indians in traditional dress.

Nunivaarmiut (Nunivak Cup'ig) mother and child (Joe Moses) wearing hooded simple fur parkas (atkuuk), photograph by Edward Curtis, 1930

Russian colonization of the Americas

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Canadian Virtual War Memorial - William Douglas Sinclair

In 1781, smallpox devastated the Chipewyans, Hearne estimating that nine-tenths of the group perished. [164] Because of the resurgence of the Chipewyan in ...