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An Indian encampment on the prairie

Item is a colorized image showing a group of tipis (teepees) positioned close together, at least one person is shown standing in front of a tipi and there is a line of small trees/bushes in foreground. Each of the tipis have a design on their cover - particularly near the top where the lodge poles emerge.

Camp at Muskeg Lake

  • S-B6782
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  • copied 1980 (originally created 19--)

Three unidentified Indigenous people camped at Muskeg Lake with two tipis, a Red River cart, and a horse-drawn buggy in view. Image taken by Louis Cochin.

Cheepoostatin (a.k.a. Pointed Cap) and other Indigenous people, Fort Qu'Appelle Indian Hospital, File Hills Residential School

Images depicting Indigenous people, life and customs, including: (1) File Hills elder Cheepoostatin (also known as Pointed Cap) with caption that reads "Pointed Cap (100 years) receiving Headman's Chit", ca. 1908; (2) teepee camp at the File Hills; (3) two teepees erected in a field; (4) Indigenous adults and children standing in a wagon with 'The Bain' on its side, with photo caption that reads "Jan. 1, 1917 - Calling on Indians"; (5) exterior view of the Provincial Indian Hospital at Fort Qu'Appelle, 1940s; (6) exterior view of the File Hills Indian Residential School, ca. 1909.

Historic Architecture of Saskatchewan

Illustrated publication by the Saskatchewan Association of Architects with support from Saskatchewan Culture and Recreation. Published by Focus Publishing Inc. in Regina, Saskatchewan. Principal photographer: Frank Korvemaker. Editor-in-chief: Alex Hermann. Includes definitions and examples of different architectural styles and information on the founding of the Saskatchewan Association of Architects.

Indian Chief and wife at camp near Banff

Item is an image showing Indian Chief standing with his wife both have feather headdresses and beaded clothing at a camp near Banff, with tipis (teepees) in the background.

Kolb, Aaron Clemens, 1871-1937

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