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Tsleil-Waututh, canoe paddlers

Image of two people standing next to a canoe that is propped up in a yard. The canoe, which is upside down, ha s a white strip painted along the top edge, and is labelled `St. John.

Anthony Carter

Canoe pix

Image of a canoe full of people paddling near a shoreline. The land in the background on the other side of the water appears to have industrial structures,

Anthony Carter

Tsleil-Waututh, canoe paddlers

Image of two people standing next to a canoe that is propped up in a yard. The canoe, which is upside down, ha s a white strip painted along the top edge, and is labelled `St. John.

Anthony Carter

Canoe pix

Image of canoe full of people paddling in a body of water on the edge of a city and or port. A few other boats are also in the water.

Anthony Carter

Canoe pix

Image of canoe full of people paddling in a body of water on the edge of a city and or port. A few other boats are also in the water.

Anthony Carter

First Nations community members

File consists of images of First Nations adults and children in Bella Coola, Klemtu, Bella Bella, Haida Gwaii, and Hartley Bay, BC.

Anthony Carter

Paul Hopkins, Kynoc [Nuxalk]

Portrait of Paul Hopkins, seen from neck up. He is standing outside. A different portrait of Paul Hopkins is printed on page 22 of the book Somewhere Between. The caption for this image describes Hopkins as "last of the proud Kynoc race. His face mirrors the strength of a great people."

Anthony Carter

Native children: Steve Robinson's daughter at Klemtu

Image of children, three adults, and two dogs with canoes on a beach. Just beyond the beach, a number of cars are parked, some holding canoes, with more people. A police officer is standing on the road. A similar image of this same scene is printed on page 65 of Carter's book "Abundant Rivers," with the caption: "The canoes of these two ancient races rest on the sandy shore of an historic river, the mighty Stalo, as children of the new world share a common happiness, unaware that history lies just beneath the sand at their feet."

Anthony Carter

Paul Hopkins, Kynoc [Nuxalk]

Portrait of Paul Hopkins, seen from neck up. He is standing outside. A different portrait of Paul Hopkins is printed on page 22 of the book Somewhere Between. The caption for this image describes Hopkins as "last of the proud Kynoc race. His face mirrors the strength of a great people."

Anthony Carter

Native children: Steve Robinson's daughter at Klemtu

Image of two young Musqueam boys kneeling down at the edge of the Fraser River. The boys are facing away from the camera. A different image of the same scene is printed on page 59 of Carter's book "Abundant Rivers."

Anthony Carter

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