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Underwood and Underwood Publishers (New York, USA) First nations With digital objects
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A Chief of the Stony tribe / 27342 :  [Stoney Indians]
A Chief of the Stony tribe / 27342 : [Stoney Indians]
A Chief of the Stony tribe / 27343 :  [Stoney Indians]
A Chief of the Stony tribe / 27343 : [Stoney Indians]
A chief of the Stony tribe [Stoney Indians] / 27573
A chief of the Stony tribe [Stoney Indians] / 27573
A little Indian maid / 27329
A little Indian maid / 27329
Canada. Alberta, Banff. (The Rockies) Indian Days. The Springs Hotel / CN156.
Canada. Alberta, Banff. (The Rockies) Indian Days. The Springs Hotel / CN156.
Canada. British Columbia. Spence's Bridge. Indian graveyard, / CN81
Canada. British Columbia. Spence's Bridge. Indian graveyard, / CN81
Canada. Hudson Bay. An Esquimo child with his bow and arrow / 38883
Canada. Hudson Bay. An Esquimo child with his bow and arrow / 38883
Canada. Hudson Bay. An Esquimo drilling a large piece of soap stone to make a kettle / 38880
Canada. Hudson Bay. An Esquimo drilling a large piece of soap stone to make a kettle / 38880
Canada. Hudson Bay. An Esquimo mother and child / 38878
Canada. Hudson Bay. An Esquimo mother and child / 38878
Canada. Hudson Bay. Cape Dufferin. The Revillon Freres trading station at Cape Dufferin. Notice the banks of snow against the walls of the house to keep the drifts away. In the foreground are two Esquimo igloos which the natives who came to trade furs built as their stay, may last several days / 38881
Canada. Hudson Bay. Cape Dufferin. The Revillon Freres trading station at Cape Dufferin. Notice the banks of snow against the walls of the house to keep the drifts away. In the foreground are two Esquimo igloos which the natives who came to trade furs built as their stay, may last several days / 38881
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