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Aboriginal Peoples - Traditional Lifestyle
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R-A22967
Item Date
1874


A camp between the Whitemud and Milk rivers.


The Aboriginal Peoples had developed a society based on the ecosystem of the open plains

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Reference Number:
R-A22967
Media Type:
photograph
Notes:
North American Boundary Commission
Keywords:
Frenchman River


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Image Preview R-A22967 Photograph 1 - A camp between the Whitemud and Milk rivers.
Image Preview R-A22980 Photograph 2 - A Sioux camp new Turtle Mountain.
Image Preview R-A22966-2 Photograph 3 - An Assiniboine camp between the Whitemud and Milk rivers.
Image Preview R-B3926 Photograph 4 - Big Bear's encampment near Maple Creek.
Image Preview S-A201 Photograph 5 - A woman with her child on a horse-drawn travois.
Image Preview R-A3951 Photograph 6 - A dog travois at Fort Walsh in the Cypress Hills.
Image Preview R-A4463-1 Photograph 7 - Tanning a hide.
Image Preview S-B9275 Photograph 8 - Grazing buffalo.
Image Preview S-A292 Drawing 9 - A buffalo jump.
Image Preview R-B2827 Drawing 10 - A buffalo pound near Fort Carlton.
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