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Bead and Silk Work

Item is a close up image of beaded silk, fur, and leather works. According to annotations, items were made by the Indigenous community in York Factory (likely Dene or Métis).

Group portrait of three men

Three men stand posed for the camera. The man copy left is the same individual from the previous print wearing western-style clothing. The men standing in the centre and copy right wear traditional attire. Additional individuals stand on either side of this group, not fully visible here.

Fred Ryckman

Northwest Coast Indigenous peoples

Image is a posed group portrait of two men, three women, and a girl seated together on an elaborate tile floor. All people pictured are wearing blankets. In the center front of the people is a fur and a small woven basket. Photographer information printed on verso with the inscription "Mrs. R. Maynard, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, AND DEALER IN All KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS. Stereoscopic and Large Views of British Columbia and Vancouver Island for sale. Corner of Douglas and Johnson Sts, VICTORIA, B. C."

[Northwest Coast Indigenous woman with harvest bowl, Fraser River, B. C.]

Image is alternate view of a039312. Image is a posed portrait of a seated woman in a shawl holding a pan that appears to be full of some kind of grain. The woman wears what appears to be a woven willow clam basket on her back for harvesting shellfish. Handwritten inscription on the verso reads "Indian woman Frasher river B. C."

Cardston [Residential School visit]

Document contains an account of a visit to Cardston, Alberta, likely to St. Paul's St. Paul's Anglican Residential School on the Blood reserve. The author of the document is unknown.

Classroom Rules for children and for teacher

List of classroom rules from the Morley Residential School, likely typed up by Telfer. There are rules for the children and for teachers. The document is typed on letterhead for "Indian Residential School, United Church of Canada, Rev. E.J. Staley, Principal, Morely, Alta."

The Owl Dance, the Lodge, and the Torture

Document describing the Owl Dance, a lodge, and a method of torture. The specific culture/place related to these descriptions is not clear. "Catlin" is written at the bottom, either as the author of the document or the source of the information.

The Stoney Indians

Description of the Stoney Nakoda Nation, likely from the perspective of Telfer. Includes observations about the Stoney reserve, homes, seasonal activities, payments to the Stoney from the federal government and the Calgary Power Company, dress, gender dynamics, religion, food, the Annual Singing Festival, and names.

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