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Photo 1 of 187. | | |

Three First Nations men in traditional dress.

Three First Nations men in traditional dress posing with two women. The occasion was the "Indian Diamond Jubilee" celebration commemorating the signing of Treaty No. 6.

Photographer: Seymour's Photo.

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Photo 2 of 187. | | |

Map of Whitecap Reserve.

Reproduction of a map of Whitecap Reserve set out under Treaty No. 6, Carlton District, 1882. Surveyor George Simpson.

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Four birch bark baskets with designs.

Photographer: Rose, Bill.

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Old trading post in village of Mamihk on Red Earth Reserve.

Old trading post in village of Mamihk on Red Earth Reserve, approximately 65 miles east of Nipawin, in Carrot River valley of east central Saskatchewan. This was either the Hudson's Bay store or Huttons' store. Sources vary as to whether Bert Hutton bought out the HBC store.

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Four men, wagon loaded with canoes.

Four indigenous males in front of horse-drawn wagon loaded with canoes beside frame house in a clearing. Matthew McKay is man elevated; another may be a Garvin. Photo taken at Red Earth trading post in early spring as they prepared to go trapping. Red Earth Reserve is in Carrot River valley east of Nipawin.

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Painting "Treaty Number Seven".

Painting by A. Bruce Stapleton entitled "Treaty Number Seven". The honourable David Laird, Lieutenant Governor of the Northwest-Territories is seated at the centre of the picture. Colonel Macleod is seated at his left. At left standing is Mayor Irvine, next to him in buckskin is interpreter Jean L'Heureux. At right is a Crowfoot man, with an interpreter beside him.

Photographer: Stapleton, A. Bruce.

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Photo 7 of 187. | | |

Indigenous engraving.

Engraving which illustrates life in a Indigenous village.

Date: 1590.

Photographer: de Bry, Theodore.

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Photo 8 of 187. | | |

Tipis.

A First Nations encampment outside walls of Fort Carlton.

Date: 1871.

Photographer: Horetzky, Charles.

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Tipi in winter.

Christmas card with a photo inset in interior showing tipi and Red River cart in winter entitled, "Sunset in the Canadian West"

Date: 1872.

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Photo 10 of 187. | | |

"A hunter of the plains in 1874".

Copy of a photo of Chief Star Blanket, A-ta-kwa-koup, mounted on a horse in front of two tipis.

Date: 1874.

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"I thought I never saw a finer built man".

Date: 1874.

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Chief White Cap and members of his family.

Chief White Cap, Dakota chief of Moose Woods reserve, and members of his family grouped outside of two tipis on the plain. The white-haired Chief sits on the ground with two women, while a younger man, a child, and a woman with a child stand near them.

Date: [ca. 1885].

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Portrait of Fine Day.

Portrait of Fine Day, a Plains Cree War Chief.

Date: [ca. 1885 ?].

Photographer: unknown.

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"White Cap, the Sioux Chief, pledging friendship to his white brother".

Illustration made from a photograph of White Cap, the Dakota Chief on horse back shaking hands with someone with a white beard and fur hat. There are two men on either side and another horse and tent in background.

Date: April 25, 1885.

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Reproductions of Whitecap Dakota First Nation (formerly known as Moose Woods).

Series 5397 - 99 are reproductions of a subdivision survey of Whitecap Dakota First Nation (formerly known as Moose Woods)

Date: 1889.

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"Chakicum" a relic of the "Riel Rebellion".

Portrait profile of Chakicum smoking a pipe.

Date: [ca. 1890s].

Photographer: City Studio.

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Indigenous family.

A photo of an Indigenous family outside their encampment, probably near Moose Jaw. The photo includes Big Jack, two women and two children.

Date: 1890.

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Pupils of from Moose Woods Indian Day School.

Item is a picture from a newspaper mounted on card stock, part of a little handmade scrapbook. Numbers handwritten below the photo match a number-coded list of names above the photo. Front row: Jim Whitecap, David Hawk, Nellie Whitecap, Eddie Whitecap, John Poordog. Middle row: Charlie Hawk, Joseph Chunen, Beck Whitecap, Joe Hawk, Sam Buffalo, Emma Littlecrow, Lizzie Hawk. Back row: Charlie Eagle, Jackie Baker, Lucy Littlecrow, Dan Eagle.

Date: [between 1892 and 1920?].

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Farm home of a Government Indian Agent.

Farm home of a Government Indian Agent, W.R. Tucker at Whitecap Dakota First Nation (formerly known as Moose Woods Reserve). Standing: Mr & Mrs Tucker, in sleigh: Mr & Mrs D. Stanley King, in front of sleigh: Alfred A., Nora and Kathleen Tucker.

Date: 1896.

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Photo 20 of 187. | | |

John Batoche standing outside a tent.

Date: 1897.

Photographer: Kusch, Frank.

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