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Accession Number: 80-035

Title

Native Studies slide collection. -- [19?]. -- 387 photographs : slides.

Biography / History

The slides in this collection have been copied from slides and photographs in various collections related to native studies located at the Archives of Ontario.

Custodial History

The slides were purchased from the Archives of Ontario.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of copies of photographic slides from holdings of the Archives of Ontario relating to native life in Ontario, North West Territories and Northern Canada.

Notes

Title based on the contents of the collection.

This collection was purchased from the Archives of Ontario.

The originals are located at the Archives of Ontario.

Restrictions: Permission of the Ontario Archives required to copy.

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Associated material are located at the Archives of Ontario and the National Archives of Canada.

For related records see: 77-002 and 95-024.

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NOTE TO RESEARCHERS: LABELS OF PHOTOGRAPHS ORIGINATE WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS AND REFLECT TERMINOLOGY THEN CURRENT.

Box 1

Tray 1: Contains slides 1 - 63

1. Baker Lake, NWT: Group of four Eskimos O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12347

2. Photograph of Eskimo Boy (Geological Survey, Dept. of Mines) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12345

3. Eskimo Buildings O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12298

4. Hudson Bay, NWT: Dwelling House of the Central Eskimos, west coast of Hudson Bay O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12262

5. Port Burwell, Quebec: Eskimo and hut O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12353

6. Fort Chimo, c1918: Group of Eskimo women and children O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4502

7. Eskimo Dress O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12299

8. Lake Tahiryuak, NWT: Eskimos dressing for dance O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12396

9. Port Burwell, Quebec: View of Hudson's Bay Co. Post O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12352

10. Eskimo girl O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12389

11. An Eskimo grave O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12358

12. Group of Eskimos O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11504

13. Hudson Bay Region, 1914: Prospector John Jones dog team O.A. Reference: Acc. 6805 S 11813

14. Arctic: Eskimo igloos O.A. Reference: Acc. 6805 S 11811

15. Interior of an igloo O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12381

16. Eskimo igloos O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12308

17. Edmonton, Alberta: Eskimos with two members of the RCMP O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12342

18. NWT: Archdeacon Whittaker with group of Eskimos O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12386

19. Eskimo with sled and pelts O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11482

20. Baker Lake, NWT: Tapatai's wife (Eskimo) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12344

21. Baker Lake, NWT: Tapatai (Eskimo) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12343

22. Eskimo Point, NWT: camp of four tents O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12306

23. Eskimo Whale Boat O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12350

24. NWT: Eskimo women tying up bags of blubber O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12395

25. Eskimo woman and her baby O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12362

26. Eskimo woman and child O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12346

27. Eskimo woman O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12361

28. Northern Ontario: winter camp of a group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11499

29. Lake Abitibi area, July 1907: encampment near HBC post O.A. Reference: Acc. 9006 S 12864

30. Lake Abitibi region, c1907: Henry Doki and his family. Henry worked for E.P. Goodwin who was an engineer in the construction of the National Transcontinental Railway O.A. Reference: Acc. 9006 S 12865

31. Abitibi region: c1907: Mrs. Henry Doki and her child O.A. Reference: Acc. 9006 S 12862

32. Fort Metachewan, Timiskaming District, c1906: an Ojibwa guide and family O.A. Reference: Acc. 5793 S 6611

33. Squatteck, Quebec, 1929: wigwams shared by Archie Belaney ("Grey Owl") and his fourth wife, Gertie O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14461

34. Rupert's House, 1933: Indian tents (Maud Watt Collection) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4954

35. Temagami Island, c1900-1920?" Indian chief's house O.A. Reference: Acc. 6496 S 11293

36. Hudson's Bay Region: Indian tepee O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11695

37. Northern Ontario, Hudson's Bay Region: Indian tepee and tent O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11683

38. Framework of an Indian tepee O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11505

39. Alberta, 1880's: Blackfoot Indian family O.A. Reference: Acc. 6826 S 6974

40. Alberta, 1880's: Blackfoot brave and pony O.A. Reference: Acc. 6826 S 6975

41. Humboldt, NWT (Saskatchewan), c1885: Whitecap family (Metis) who were taken prisoners during the North West Rebellion of 1885 O.A. Reference: Acc. 2381 S 5441

42. St. Regis, 1926: oldest Indian residence in this Quebec village O.A. Reference: S 1026

43. Rupert's House area ?: a group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4507

44. Lake of the Woods, c1941: Indian tepees or wigwams. Improvised dwellings made of poles and canvas O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12247

45. Rupert's House area ?: Indians using fishing nets O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4506

46. Moose Factory, c1929-1934: Indians camping in front of Mission for the summer. Igloo type tents being used O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11351

47. Quebec, c1880's?: Indians outside their homes with some of their handicrafts O.A. Reference: Acc. 4959 St 978

48. Huron village (nine miles from Quebec City), c1870: Interior of Indian Lowette Church O.A. Reference: Acc. 4959 St 975

49. Ohsweken, Brant County, Ontario, 1890: Six Nation Council House. Opened in 1865. Cornerstone laid in 1863 O.A. Reference: S 870

50. Caledonia; Onondaga Long House on the Six Nation Reserve O.A. Reference: Acc. 2793 S 882

51. Moose Factory, 1860's: Indian village O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1984

52. Moose Factory: Half-breed (metis) huts O.A. Reference: S 2510

53. Tyendinaga, c1900-1910: Council House on the Mohawk Reserve near Deseronto O.A. Reference: Acc. 4952 S 7400

54. Churchill, Manitoba: Indian Congregation in front of a Mission Church O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12387

55. White Dog, District of Kenora, c 1941: The Islington Mission. This is the old CMS Mission, so named after their training centre in England. New church built in 1924. This mission is part of the chain of mission posts associated with the Lac Seul Mission. Many pupils at the Sioux Lookout Residential School come from this area. O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12267

56. Onondaga, near Brantford: sketch of the original Mission House. Notes written on back of original picture: "West end of Onondaga... Rev. Abraham Nelles lived at Grand River... Capt. Wm. Gilkinson died there after three days illness May 1833". Possible date of construction is 1779, although 1879 is written on the picture as date of erection O.A. Reference: S 871

57. Split Lake, Manitoba, c1971: St. John's Church. Split Lake is 30 miles west of the Hudson's Bay Railroad. Rev. G.C. Crowley was in charge for 12 years. Has worked with 300 Indians. Picture taken after confirmation. Centre are Rev. Crowley, Bishop Joseph Lofthouse, and Archdeacon Faries. Also present are catechists Lagarus Kitchekesok of Split Lake and David Harvey of Sand Lake, Winter Post O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12274

58. Natawanan Creek Church, c1941: 20 miles from the Hudson's Bay Railroad. Congregation after Confirmation. Seated at front centre is Robert Dick, the native catechist O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12272

59. Hudson's Bay Region: Indians in front of tent O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11700

60. Fort Chimo, 1919: Nascopie Indian home O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4950

61. Rat Portage, Kenora District, c1905: encampment for the James Bay Indian Treaty O.A. Reference: S 854

62. Churchill, Manitoba, c1941: a Chipewyan Indian camp O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12249

63. Nipigon, Ontario, 1888: an Indian village O.A. Reference: Acc. 1541 S 1094  

Tray 2: Contains slides 64 - 126

64. Burlington, 1806: sketch of Wellington Square, home of Captain Joseph Brant, Indian Chief O.A. Reference: S 873

65. Nipigon, Ontario, 1888: an Indian village O.A. Reference: Acc. 1541 S 1102

66. Rupert's House, 1867: "Gypseying" O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1977

67. Moose Factory, c1866-1868: view of the Moose River O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1988

68. Moose Factory or Rupert's House, c 1866-1868: an Indian village O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1994

69. Cochrane District: Moose Factory: a large Metis hut O.A. Reference: S 2511

70. Grand Lac, Quebec: Semo and family O.A. Reference: S 2549

71. Fort Qu'Appelle, Assiniboia, N.W.T. (now Saskatchewan), c1870-1900?: plains Indians and white missionary in a small camp O.A. Reference: S 12771

72. Fort Albany, Cochrane District: Indian camp O.A. Reference: S 2487

73. Fort Albany, Cochrane District: semi-detached home O.A. Reference: S 2483

74. Fort Albany, Cochrane District: Indian hut O.A. Reference: S 2482

75. Alberta: exterior of medicine lodge at the Blood Reserve O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12394

76. Moose Factory, 1925: group of Indian students O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11507

77. Moose Factory: school building with Indian pupils at front O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11503

78. Moose Factory, 1923-1924: Indian residential school. Staff and students in front O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11345

79. Moose Factory, 1929-1934: Indian residential school: junior pupils O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11340

80. Moose factory, 1929-1934: school house used by Indian residential school pupils as well as non-resident children O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11344

81. Moose Factory; handicrafts made by pupils of residential school O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11327

82. Moose Factory: Church of England, school children O.A. Reference: S 2516

83. Moose Factory: Church of England, school children scrambling for gum drops O.A. Reference: S 2517

84. Moose Factory: Church of England, school children O.A. Reference: S 2518

85. Moose Factory: Church of England, school children, "Little Johnnie and friend" with bows and arrows O.A. Reference: S 2523

86. Moose Factory: Church of England, school and garden O.A. Reference: S 2514

87. Moose Factory: school O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11721

88. Mistassini, Quebec: school house O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11719

89. Kouchiching Reserve c1910?: 2 miles east of Fort Francis O.A. Reference: Acc. 6693 S 11613

90. Fort Albany: Roman Catholic school. Boys with bows and arrows O.A. Reference: Acc. S 2493

91. Fort Albany: "boys with bows and arrows with watchful priest" O.A. Reference: Acc. S 2494

92. Fort Albany: Roman Catholic school dormitory O.A. Reference: S 2492

93. Fort Albany: Roman Catholic school girls O.A. Reference: S 2491

94. York Factory, Manitoba: Indian school children O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11684

95. Water-colour by James Otto Lewis, 1827?: Half-breed Winnebago Chief in mourning for one of his wives O.A. Reference: S 904

96. Western Canada, 1901: [Blackfoot Indians] ready to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York on their visit to Canada O.A. Reference: Acc. 6711 S 4796

97. New Westminster, B.C., c1880: West Coast Indians in boats O.A. Reference: Acc. 6826 S 6970

98. Wiarton, c1880: Mrs. Emily Root, age 20 (1908 - age 88, a resident of Christian Island) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6081 S 4019

99. Ungava, 1918: The MacKenzie Boys (Montagnais Indians) with their mother, near Fort Nascopie O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 5530

100. Ungava, Quebec, 1918: Montagnais Indians on the trail O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4987

101. Ungava, 1918: Nascopie Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4981

102. Ungava, 1918: Mother MacKenzie from Seven Islands at age 80 (a member of the Montagnais tribe) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4980

103. Ungava, 1918: Montagnais Indians arriving at the headwaters of the Moisie River O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4942

104. Temagami region: Indian women O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 12897

105. Temagami region: Indian men with paddles O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 12896

106. Temagami region: Indian woman with child in a cradle board O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 12893

107. Temagami region: Indian man and woman O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 12887

108. Temagami region: three Indian women O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 12886

109. Temagami region: Indian family seated by canoe which they are building O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 12884

110. Temagami region: Indian woman with baby in cradle board O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 12882

111. Temagami region, 1947: Indian woman named Angela O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 12881

112. Lake Temagami area, c1900: "Temagami Ned" with Indian woman and child O.A. Reference: Acc. 6496 S 11288

113. Lake Temagami area, c1900: two Indians posed O.A. Reference: Acc. 6496 S 11287

114. Lake Temagami area, c1900: four Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6496 S 11286

115. Lake Temagami, c1910: "Temagami Ned" and Gilbert Cochrane probably at Camp Temagami. Ned was a friend of "Grey Owl" and an uncle of Archie Belaney's wife, Angela Aguena O.A. Reference: Acc. 6991 S 13146

116. Temagami region, c1900: John Aguena and wife standing before their wigwam. John is brother to Angela Aguena O.A. Reference: Acc. 9097 S 13147

117. Bear Island, Temagami: Log cabin with group outside, including Chief and Mrs. Whitebear, first Indians in Temagami O.A. Reference: Acc. 4794 S 6615

118. Bear Island, Temagami, 12 Sept. 1924: group photo (identified on photo) O.A. Reference: Acc. 4793 S 6593

119. Temagami, c1920: Billy Friday O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12962

120. Bear Island, Temagami, c1960: Rita O'Sullivan (nee Moore) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12966

121. Bear Island, Temagami, c1920-1930, right to left: Alice Moore with Laura Moore in cradle board; other adult and baby unidentified O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12965

122. Temagami, c1900: Charlie Moore with canoe O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12967

123. Bear Island, Temagami, c1914-1918: Charley Potts in uniform O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12968

124. Bear Island, Temagami, 1914-1918: Donald MacKenzie, Tom Potts in uniform O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12970

125. Bear Island, Temagami: Mr. and Mrs. Francois White Bear on their wedding day. White Bear was Chief O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12944

126. Bear Island, Temagami: Mr. and Mrs. William Pishabo O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12952  

Tray 3: Contains slides 127 - 189

127. Engraving from Canadian Magazine, Vol. 20, p.342: "Tecumseh" O.A. Reference: S 4814

128. Engraving by J. Thompson of W. Gush picture: Rev. John [Shahwundais], Indian Chief and Methodist missionary O.A. Reference: S 2150

129. Saskatchewan, 1918: Chief Thunderchild O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12307

130. Brantford, 11 Aug. 1886: Corner-stone laying ceremony at Brant's monument. The stone was laid by Chief Henry Clench. Mr. Allan Cleghorn, elected Chief and President of Monument Committee, is addressing the crowd. Chief Smoke Johnson and George M. Johnson sitting on the block (Pauline Johnson's grandfather and father) O.A. Reference: S 888

131. Pauline Johnson (1862-1913): Six Nation poet O.A. Reference: S 898

132. Sketch of Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea, 1742-1807) O.A. Reference: S 885

133. Brantford, 1 Oct. 1869: Reception of Prince Arthur (Duke of Connaught) at the Mohawk Church, by Simcoe Kerr (Grandson of Brant) and the chief of the Six Nations ("Two Princes of Blood") O.A. Reference: S 895

134. Brantford: Six Nations Chiefs. Standing, left to right are (back) Jacob Williams, John Anderson and George Johnson; (front) Rev. Isaac Bearfoot and Isaac Hill (official interpreter); sitting are Seneca Johnson, Joseph Snow, Rev. Adam Elliot, Col. Casper T. Gilkison (Superintendent), J. Smoke Johnson, Rev. A. Nelles and Chief Henry Clench. Snow and Johnson are 1812 warriors O.A. Reference: S 892

135. Brantford, 1 Oct. 1869: Six Nations Chiefs and wives and children awaiting the arrival of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught O.A. Reference: S 897

136. Brantford, 1 Oct. 1869: Six Nations braves in Was Dress, awaiting the visit of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, at the old Mohawk Church O.A. Reference: S 896

137. Water-colour, 1847, similar to the works of a Mr. J.O. Lewis: A Sioux Chief (L) and a Pottawatania Chief (R). This sketch is thought to be the work of a pupil of "the Master of Penetanguishene School in 1847" O.A. Reference: S 1140

138. Group of Sioux O.A. Reference: S 853

139. Severn, Ontario, c1941: Old St. Peter's Church, built of logs probably about 1876 O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12281

140. Sarcee Indians, Chief Bull's Head: Chief from the late 1860's to his death in 1911 O.A. Reference: S 851

141. Sarcee Indian brave O.A. Reference: S 855

142. Sarcee Indian Chief with travois and pony O.A. Reference: S 869

143. Engraving, c early 1790's: a Sachem exhorting Indians to war O.A. Reference: Acc. 2314 S 4373

144. Rupert's House, 1933: "Gardiens" of the Quebec Beaver Preserve, set up by James and Maud Watt O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 5529

145. Rupert's House, 1936: Tommy Jacob, sons and family O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4944

146. Indians repairing a canoe O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11682

147. Camp Kandalore, Dorset: birch bark canoe O.A. Reference: Acc. 6761 S 11768

148. Camp Kandalore, Dorset, birch bark canoe: often traditions and important historic events of an Indian tribe were incorporated into art work on the exterior of a canoe O.A. Reference: Acc. 6761 S 11770

149. Camp Kandalore, Dorset: a birch bark canoe of Algonkian origin which reveals the blending of natural materials - roots, bark and planking in an artistic and durable design O.A. Reference: Acc. 6761 S 11771

150. Camp Kandalore, Dorset: rare example of the famous "Rice Lake" canoe, with canvas removed. The shape is a replica of the better know bark canvas of Central Canada O.A. Reference: Acc. 6761 S 11789

151. Indians fishing O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11698

152. Hudson Bay region: Indian girl cleaning fish O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11689

153. Hudson Bay region: Indians fishing O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11688

154. Hudson Bay region: Indian putting fish up to smoke O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11679

155. Makokibatan (Thunder Bay region): squaw drying sturgeon O.A. Reference: S 2471

156. Lake Namisco: Indians drying sturgeon O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11493

157. England, late 1935: Archie Gelaney (Grey Owl) in full costume O.A. Reference: Acc. 9291 S 14233

158. Biscotasing, c1925: Alec Espaniel's child in front of their home O.A. Reference: Acc. 9083 S 13107

159. Fort Matachewan, July 1910: squaw with baby in cradle board O.A. Reference: Acc. 9006 S 12863

160. Biscotasing, c1920: Donald Legace and Mrs. "Tincan" (Mrs. Schikamic) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6997 S 13319

161. Chief High Eagle - Blackfoot O.A. Reference: S 862

162. Chief High Eagle - Blackfoot O.A. Reference: S 866

163. Blood Indians: Chief White Wines and wife from Calgary. She graduated from the Ontario Agricultural College at Guelph O.A. Reference: S 865

164. Hobema Indians: Chief Moon from Calgary O.A. Reference: S 863

165. Blackfoot Indians: Chief Duck in hunting costume O.A. Reference: S 868

166. Blackfoot Indians: Chief Duck O.A. Reference: S 867

167. Blood Indians: Chief One Man O.A. Reference: S 864

168. Metis Beach, Quebec, 1929: Archie Belaney ("Grey Owl") with beaver O.A. Reference: Acc. 9291 S 14232

169. Lithograph: Joseph Brant (1742-1807), Chief of Six Nations Indians O.A. Reference: S 2076

170. Brave Dog Society O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12312

171. Rainy River District, c1903: Eddie Iraves at age 114 O.A. Reference: Acc. 6693 S 11443

172. Rainy River District, c1912: Brown family on Manitou Reserve, west of Emo O.A. Reference: Acc. 6693 S 11442

173. Hudson Bay?: Group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12258

174. Ojibwa dancing costume, c1941 O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12251

175. Toronto?, c1936: Big White Owl (Ojibwa Indian) O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14475

176. Cataract Junction, Ontario, 1899: The Junction House (painting by Chief Beaver) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2748 S 778

177. Hudson Bay Region: Indian boy holding a powder horn and a shot bag O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11705

178. Lac Seul, Ontario: Indians smoking moose O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12328

179. Cape Croker, Ontario, 1910: Indians skidding logs O.A. Reference: Acc. 6081 S 4013

180. Moose Factory: trapping "Winter Packet" O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11492

181. Hudson's Bay Region: Indians trekking through woods O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11694

182. Albany House, 1920's: Indian women gathering wood O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8579

183. Albany House, 1920's: Indian women playing checkers with stones O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8578

184. Albany House, 1920's: Indian women playing checkers with stones O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8581

185. Osnaburgh District (Kenora District), July 1905: Indians preparing for feast in celebration for the signing of the James Bay Indian Treaty O.A. Reference: Acc. 2485 S 7518

186. Albany House, 1920's: Indians playing shinny (hockey) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8588

187. Temagami area: Indian hockey team (1900?) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6496 S 11295

188. Six Nation Reserve, 1867: lacrosse team O.A. Reference: Acc. 4822 S 4749

189. Barwick, Rainy River District, 23 June 1899: Indian pow-wow O.A. Reference: Acc. 6693 S 11440  

Tray 4: Contains slides 190 - 252

190. Albany House, 1920's: Indians tobaganning O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8571

191. Rev. John Sunday (1796-1875): missionary called Shawundais O.A. Reference: S 14224

192. Rev. William Case: Methodist missionary O.A. Reference: S 14225

193. Rev. Henry B. Steinhauer, (1820-1884): missionary O.A. Reference: S 14227

194. Rev. Egerton Steinhauer: missionary O.A. Reference: S 14228

195. Rev. Robert Steinhauer and family: missionary O.A. Reference: S 14229

196. NWT (now Sask.), c1885: Chief Big Bear. At Humbolt camp of Governor-General's Body Guard during 1885 rebellion. Inscription on gun, Pi-a-Pot, copyrighted J.A. Brock O.A. Reference: Acc. 2381 S 5442

197. Indian catechist with his canoe, c1941 O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12253

198. Albany House, 1920's: Indian girls and Christmas celebrations O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8572

199. Albany House, 1920's: Indian family on front porch O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8582

200. Albany House, 1920's: Wood chopping: Indian mother with baby in papoose O.A. Reference: Acc. 9443 S 8585

201. Albany House, 1920's: Indian women of the church O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8587

202. Albany House, 1920's: Indian children in winter dress O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8586

203. Moose Factory, 1929-1934: Wife of Indian Chief and her baby from Albany O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11350

204. Albany House, 1920's: Indian women in row boats O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8555

205. Albany House, 1920's: Indian boys with their catch of fish O.A. Reference: Acc. 6443 S 8550

206. 1886 (left to right): Chief Sawson of Battle River (Cree); Chief Pakau of Whitefish (Cree); Jonas Bigstone, nephew of Bear's Paw of the Stoney Indians of Morley, Sask. O.A. Reference: Acc. 3715 S 902

207. Lake Temagami area, c1900: Austin Bay Indian settlement O.A. Reference: Acc. 6496 S 11289

208. Biscotasing, c1919-1920: Indian woman posing with a trader. The trader's costume was loaned from Harry Woodworth, H.B.C. factor, who obtained it from Fort Nelson O.A. Reference: Acc. 6997 S 13323

209. Biscotasing, c1925: Indian women in front of station on pay day. They turned their head when the picture was taken O.A. Reference: Acc. 9083 S 13106

210. Biscotasing: old water tower and two unidentified children O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13139

211. Bark Lake, Algoma, c1920: Alec Espaniel, Archie Belaney's (Grey Owl) best friend in Biscotasing O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14485

212. Biscotasing, c1925: Alec Espaniel and grandchildren. Espaniel is wearing "Grey Owl's" costume O.A. Reference: Acc. 9083 S 13102

213. Biscotasing: Alec and Jimmy Espaniel and Jimmy's children. Jimmy was a friend of "Grey Owl" O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13119

214. Biscotasing: Alec Espaniel with his son Jimmy O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13128

215. Biscotasing: Mrs. Jimmy Espaniel with her children in canoe O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13131

216. Biscotasing: Jimmy Espaniel (born c1900) as a young man O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13136

217. Biscotasing: Jimmy Espaniel as a young man O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13120

218. Biscotasing: young Jimmy Espaniel out camping O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13138

219. Biscotasing, l. to r.: unidentified, "Grey Owl", and Jimmy Espaniel O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13121

220. Blood Indian (Metis) O.A. Reference: S 861 Note: contradictory description copied from original

221. Cape Croker, c1880-1890: Mrs. Peter Jones, wife of first chief of Cape Croker O.A. Reference: Acc. 6081 S 4012

222. Cape Croker, c1927: Mrs. Peter Jones (in foreground), shortly before her 1927 death O.A. Reference: Acc. 6081 S 4018

223. Cape Croker: Chief Charles Jones (1856-1954), wearing William IV medal given to his father, Rev. Peter Jones O.A. Reference: Acc. 6081 S 4014

224. Cape Croker, c1884: Susan (Richard), Soloman (rear); Burlyn la Vallee (child in rear); Alli la Vallee (child in front) with Mrs. Tom Richard (grandmother of Susan) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6081 S 4017

225. Churchill, Man., c1941: St. Paul's Church on the old site. This building was shipped from England and erected in 1890 O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12279

226. Groundhog River, Cochrane District, c1910-1915: Baptismal service. Mose Lamore, Francis Blackeye (holding baby), and baby John. Credit: "Rev. W.L.L. Lawrence Collection. O.A." O.A. Reference: Acc. 9160 S 13859

227. Groundhog River, Cochrane District, c1910-1915: Baptismal service. Mose Lamore, Francis Blackeye (holding baby) and baby John O.A. Reference: Acc. 9160 S 13858

228. Moose Factory? 1860's: Red Stockings and son (Cree tribe) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1955

229. Trout Lake, c1941: Confirmation candidates (Crees?) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12248

230. Round Lake, c1941: Confirmation candidates. Round Lake is an outstation 100 miles to the south of Trout Lake. Service was held in a log church which had no pews. It took 4 hard days and 29 portages to get to Trout Lake. O.A. Reference: Acc. 6875 S 12250

231. Moose Factory, c1869: A Cree girl called Emilia O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1954

232. English River, Cochrane District, 1905: Indian group filmed on the James Bay Indian Treaty Tour O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7535

233. Cree Indians: Taken from a colour print O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12309

234. Curve Lake (Peterborough), c1900: Joseph Whetung, Chief O.A. Reference: S 852

235. St. Mary's, English River: Indian women O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11478

236. Fort Albany, Cochrane District: Indian girl with rabbit-skin blanket O.A. Reference: S 2486

237. Fort Albany, Cochrane District: Indian posing O.A. Reference: S 2485

238. Fort Chimo, c1917: Nascopie Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4951

239. Fort Chimo, 1918: Nascopie Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4847

240. Fort Albany, Aug. 1905: group of Indians (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7544

241. Fort Hope, Kenora District, July 1905: Chief Monias (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7528

242. Fort Hope, Kenora District, 1905: group of Indians (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7527

243. Fort Hope, Kenora District, July 1905: group of Indians (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7529

244. Birch Lake, Temiscouta, Quebec, spring 1929: David White Stone, a character in "Grey Owl's" autobiography Pilgrims of the Wild, holding one of "Grey Owl's" beavers O.A. Reference: Acc. 9291 S 14245

245. Birch Lake, Temiscouta, Quebec, spring 1929: David White Stone of "Pilon", from Golden Lake, Ontario O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14410

246. Hudson Bay region: old man O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11708

247. Hudson Bay region: group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11706

248. Hudson Bay region: Indian man O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11703

249. Hudson Bay region: Indian man O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11701

250. Hudson Bay region: group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11697

251. Hudson Bay region: old Indian woman O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11693

252. Hudson Bay region: two Indian men O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11692  

Tray 5: Contains slides 253 - 315

253. Hudson Bay region: Indian women O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11691

254. Hudson Bay region: group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11687

255. England, summer 1936: Gertie Bernard ("Anahareo"), an Iroquois Indian and the fourth wife of "Grey Owl" O.A. Reference: Acc. 9291 S 14242

256. Prince Albert, Sask., c1933: Gertie Bernard ("Anahareo") O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14412

257. Temiscouta, Quebec, spring 1929: Gertie Bernard ("Anahareo") O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14466

258. Ottawa River, 1901: Shantymen. "There were a good many Indians in this gang. The square timber trade was on the decline at this time and a few years later (c1908) the last raft passed down the Ottawa". Credit: Charles MacNamara Collection O.A. Write for permission to use: Mrs. Jean Cunningham, 153 Daniel Street, Arnprior, Ontario O.A. Reference: Acc. 2271 S 5187

259. Ottawa River, Renfrew County, 1901: "Indians on Gillies Bros. raft". "G.B.C." stands for Gillies Brothers Coulonge". See slide 258 for credit and permission details O.A. Reference: Acc. 2271 S 5185

260. Rupert's House (James Bay region), c1866-1868: religious camp meeting attended by Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 2012

261. Minaki, Kenora District, c1941: Indian councillor and his pow-wow drum O.A. Reference: Acc. 6785 S 12252

262. 1860's Kilakotah, daughter of Chief Coboway (Christian name Marguerite, c1808-1873). "Blanket" wife of William Matthews and James MacMillan (M.B.C. & N.W.C. factors) and Catholic wife of Louis Labonte I. O.A. Reference: Acc. 6670 S 4500

263. Rupert's House, c1869: Annie Chilton, a Metis O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1935

264. Moose Factory or Rupert's House, c1869: Metis girl called Lizzie O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1930

265. Winnipeg, c1902: William MacMillan (1800-1903): Metis, son of James MacMillan (H.B.C. & N.W.C. factor). Buffalo hunter at Fort Edmonton. Settled at Red River in 1830's. Shown with wife Margaret Dease (1818-1912) at their home (now Assiniboine park) shortly before his death in 1903 at the age of 103 O.A. Reference: Acc. 4851 S 7198

266. Martin's Falls, Kenora District: Indians and Metis O.A. Reference: S 2473

267. Bear Island, Temagami: Mr. Charles Moore Sr. O.A. Reference: Acc. 6986 S 12957

268. Moose Factory or Rupert's House, c1869: Janet Woppermnaweskum, Metis O.A. Reference: Acc. 2210 S 1959

269. Mistassini, Quebec: Indian school children O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11685

270. J. Ojijitekha, Brant-Sero: Indian writer, actor and interpreter O.A. Reference: S 2077

271. John Brant, son of Joseph Brant O.A. Reference: S 2075

272. Moose Factory: Indian school children O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11479

273. Moose Factory, 1929-1934: Indian widows housed in shacks behind Mission property O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11349

274. Moose Factory, 1929-1934: Indian boys in the field, seeing grain in stock for the first time (no reference number given)

275. Moose Factory, Aug. 1905: two elderly Indians (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7552

276. Moose Factory: Indian girls O.A. Reference: S 2522

277. Nemaska, Quebec, c1920's or 1930's: Indian names Luc with his wife. Nemaska was a post supplied by Rupert's House (Moose Factory) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4962

278. Nemaska, Quebec, 1925: Luke (Luc?) Matawiscum and his wife O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4958

279. Osnaburgh House, Kenora District, July 1905: group of Indians (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7516

280. Parry Sound District, 1890-1915: Indians on C.P.R. construction camp O.A. Reference: Acc. 3924 S 2341

281. Parry Sound District, 1890-1915: Indian on a C.P.R. construction site O.A. Reference: Acc. 3924 S 2340

282. Port Coldwell, Ontario, 1900: Indian children O.A. Reference: Acc. 4137 St 54

283. Indian who is called "Rabbit Carrier" O.A. Reference: Acc. 3075 S 1888

284. Red Lake, 1925: John Jones, prospector (3rd from right), with Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6805 S 11805

285. Rupert's House: Indian boys at play O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11699

286. Rupert's House: Indian school children O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11686

287. Rupert's House, 1933: group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4961

288. Rupert's House, 1930: Indian family O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4960

289. Rupert's House, 1920's or 1930's: Hannah Hester and children O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4953

290. Rupert's House, 1935: group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6430 S 4948 [Acc. 6530?]

291. Rupert's House, 1933: group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4946

292. Rupert's House, 1925: Sally and daughter Louisa O.A. Reference: Acc. 6530 S 4945

293. Abitibi River, Cochrane District, 1905: Commissioner of the James Bay Treaty Tour seated in a H.B.C. canoe O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7569

294. New Post, Cochrane District, Aug. 1905: Chief Esau and Abitibi Indians (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7568

295. Abitibi River, 1905: Poling on the river (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7567

296. Gore's Landing, Ontario: Billy Nogan and family. Billy, an Indian outcast, lived over 100 years O.A. Reference: Acc. 2359 S 4724

297. Northern Ontario?: Indian man O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11680

298. Moose Factory, c1929-1934: Allasappi brothers. Mother was "Eskimo Annie", father was Indian Allasappi O.A. Reference: Acc. 6440 S 11342

299. Northern Ontario: Indian mother with child in cradle O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11502

300. Northern Ontario: group of Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11494

301. Northern Ontario: Indian family O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11511

302. Northern Ontario: elderly Indian man O.A. Reference: Acc. 6500 S 11501

303. Biscotasing, c1914-1918: Charlie Kuskachew in army uniform. Later killed in W.W. I O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14444

304. Biscotasing area, late 1920's: "Buckshot" Minnesque O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14493

305. Biscotasing area: "Buckshot" Minnesque (an Ojibwa) O.A. Reference: Acc. 6975 S 13127

306. Fort Matachoan (sie) [Metachewan], c1906: Indian guide and family O.A. Reference: Acc. 4795 S 6609

307. Biscotasing area: Ojibwa Indians. "Buckshot" Minnesque on right. Indian names of these men was Minewasqwe O.A. Reference: Acc. 6957 S 13126

308. Biscotasing Ojibwas: Joe "Buckshot" Minnesque and his wife Barbara O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14446

309. Ramsay Lake, Biscotasing area: Mr. Joe Minnesque Jr., Mrs. Joe Minnesquasque, Mr. "Pinase" (from Sturgeon Falls) O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14447

310. Biscotasing, Ojibwa Indians: Joe Minnesque Sr. and family O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14448

311. Biscotasing, c1930: Barbara Minnesque (nee Kuskachew) O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14445

312. Biscotasing, c1914-1918: Antoine Minnesque in W.W.I army uniform O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14443

313. Biscotasing: Ojibwa Indian. Neginikabo O.A. Reference: Acc. 9164 S 14467

314. Watercolour by J.O. Lewis: Treaty of Fony Du Lac, [1847]: Chippewa squaws O.A. Reference: S 903

315. Biscotasing, c1925:; "Buckshot" Minnesque and family with Mr. Goldman from New York O.A. Reference: Acc. 9083 S 13105  

Tray 6: Contains slides 316 - 378

316. Flying Post, Sudbury District, July 1906: Indian children (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7623

317. Flying Post, Sudbury District, July 1906: Indian boy (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7622

318. Sudbury District, 1906: near the height of land en route to Flying Post (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7621

319. New Brunswick House, Algoma District, July 1906: Indian woman, girl and child (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7618

320. New Brunswick House, July 1906: an old squaw (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7617

321. New Brunswick House, Algoma District, July 1906: Indian mother and children (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7616

322. Flying Post, Sudbury District, July 1906: two Indian men (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7615

323. Flying Post, Sudbury District, July 1906: Indian women (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7614

324. Flying Post, Sudbury District, July 1906: group of Indian women, children and pets (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7613

325. Flying Post, Sudbury District, July 1906: Indian women (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7612

326. Northern Ontario, 1905-1906: James Bay Treaty Commissioners distributing tobacco to Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7609

327. New Brunswick House, Algoma District, July 1906: Betsy making nets (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7607

328. New Brunswick House, July 1906: Old Betsy (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7606

329. New Brunswick House, Algoma District, July 1906: Long Peter and Betsy (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7605

330. New Brunswick House, Algoma District, July 1906: Long Peter in H.B.C. canoe (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7604

331. Missanabie, Algoma District, July 1906: Mrs. Black (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7602

332. Osnaburgh House, Kenora District, 1905: blind Chief Missalog making a speech (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7600

333. Abitibi River, c1906: Indian named "Old Louis IV" (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7599

334. Fort Abitibi, Cochrane District, June 1906: four Indian women (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7598

335. Fort Abitibi, Cochrane District, June 1906: group of Indian women and children O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7597

336. Metagami, Sudbury District, July 1906: Indians at a treaty feast (James Bay Indian Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7596

337. Moose Factory, Aug. 1905: young Indian boy (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7560

338. Fort Albany, Aug. 1905: Indians and Husky dogs O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7539

339. Martin Falls, Kenora District, July 1905: running the rapids (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7533

340. Albany River, 1905: York boats (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7531

341. James Bay Treaty Tour: Commissioners Daniel McMartin, Samuel Stewart, Thomas Ray (H.B.C. representative) and Jimmie Suaine (Metis guide) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7526

342. 1905-1906: Jimmy Suaine, James Bay Treaty Tour guide O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7522

343. Lac Seul, Kenora District, 1905: Commissioners of the James Bay Treaty and Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7509

344. Lac Seul, Kenora District, 1905: "Old Wolf" (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7508

345. Canoe Lake, Kenora District, 1905: at Grassy Portage - Canoe Lake en route to Lac Seul (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7505

346. Ishkaque Portage, Kenora District, 1905: James Bay Treaty Commissioners and Indians O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7504

347. Biscotasing, c1906: Indian mother and children (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7632

348. Biscotasing, c1906: Chief Espaniel (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7631

349. Biscotasing, c1906: Chief Espaniel (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7630

350. Flying Post, Sudbury District, July 1906: Indians "Making the Treaty" (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7627

351. New Brunswick House, Algoma District, July 1906: Indian mother and child (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7626

352. Metagami (Spanish River), c1906: Indian woman and grandchild (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7625

353. Pic River, Thunder Bay District, 1906?: "low water" (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7591

354. 1905-1906: Isaac Rich (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7581

355. Root River, Kenora District, 1905?: "Tracking up rapids" (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7686

356. c1905: Joe Carpenter and family (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7685

357. Fort Hope, Kenora District, 1905: group of Indians (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7681

358. 1905-1906: James Bay Treaty Commissioners Stewart, McMartin and party O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7680

359. New Brunswick House, Algoma District, July 1906: "Old Betsy" and daughter (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7679

360. Fort Abitibi, Cochrane District, June 1905: Widow Frederick (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7676

361. Metagami, Sudbury District, June 1906: Indian feast (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7674

362. Metagami, Sudbury District, June 1906: Indian feast (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7673

363. Fort Abitibi, Cochrane District, June 1906: an Indian man (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7672

364. Temagami, Bear Island, 1906: Metis standing in front of their school (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7670

365. Fort Metagami, Sudbury District, June 1906: Indian girl (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7668

366. Metagami, Sudbury District, June 1906: Indian girl (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7667

367. Metagami, Sudbury District, June 1906: group of Indians (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7666

368. Metagami, Sudbury District, June 1906: Indian feast (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7665

369. En route to Metagami, June 1906: Man carrying a pack (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7662

370. En route to Metagami, June 1906: Men in canoes (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7661

371. Matachewan, Timiskaming District, June 1906: Miss Langevia "belle" of the fort (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7660

372. Metachewan, Timiskaming District, June 1906: Indian boy (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7659

373. Metachewan, Timiskaming District, June 1906: Indian mother and daughter (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7658

374. Fort Metachewan, Timiskaming District, June 1906: Chief Michel and wife (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7657

375. Fort Metachewan, Timiskaming District, June 1906: Chief Michel (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7656

376. Fort Metachewan, Timiskaming District, June 1906: Indian family (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7655

377. Metachewan, Timiskaming District, June 1906: Indian encampment (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7654

378. Chapleau, 1906: Indian tents (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7651  

Tray 7: Contains slides 379 - 387

379. Chapleau, 1906: Commissioner sketching Chief Cheesequinine (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7650

380. Chapleau, 1906: Chief Cheesequinine (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7649

381. Chapleau, 1906: Chief Cheesequinine (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7648

382. Chapleau, 1906: James Bay Treaty Commissioners' tents O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7647

383. Long Lake, Kenora District, Aug. 1906: Indian women (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7645

384. Long Lake, Kenora District, Aug. 1906: Indian woman (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7644

385. Long Lake, Kenora District, Aug. 1906: Indian Chief and family (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7643

386. Long Lake, Kenora District, Aug. 1906: "Old Shabojesick" (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7642

387. Northern Ontario, c1906: portaging (James Bay Treaty Tour) O.A. Reference: Acc. 2475 S 7636  

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