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Image No: S-28-29

Title: Albert Canyon, near Revelstoke, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1915]

Remarks: Hand tinted (colour) lantern slide used in the 1920s by Long Lance in illustrated lectures about western Canada.

Subject(s): Canadian Pacific Railway - Track

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Image No: NA-3771-1

Title: Joe and Sallie Long.

Date: [ca. 1920s]

Remarks: Parents of Sylvester Long, alias Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance. Both classified "coloured" in Winston - Salem, North Carolina.

Subject(s): Winston, Salem, North Carolina - Personalities

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Image No: NA-3771-2

Title: Abraham Long, Cherokee.

Date: [ca. 1920s]

Remarks: Eldest brother of Sylvester Long, also know as "Long Lance". Abe Long was classified as "coloured' in North Carolina.

Subject(s): Winston, Salem, North Carolina - Personalities / Cherokee - Personalities / Cherokee - History

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Image No: NA-3771-3

Title: Jim Thorpe, Oklahoma First Nations of United States athlete.

Date: [ca. 1920s]

Remarks: Inscribed photo given to Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance. Competed in 1912 Olympics at Stockholm and won World's All-Around Athletic Championship, member of New York Giants. Educated at Carlisle Indian School.

Subject(s): Baseball teams / Baseball uniforms / United States - Personalities

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Image No: S-28-1

Title: First Nations cache in the Hay Lake or Fort Vermilion area, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1920s or earlier]

Remarks: Hand tinted (colour) lantern slide used in the 1920s by Long Lance in illustrated lectures about western Canada.

Subject(s): First Nations of Alberta - Food

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Image No: S-28-2

Title: First Nations chiefs in feather headdresses, mounted on horses, southern Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1920s or earlier]

Remarks: Hand tinted (colour) lantern slide used in the 1920s by Long Lance in illustrated lectures about western Canada.

Subject(s): Blackfoot - Clothing / Blood - Clothing / Flags / Horses

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Image No: S-28-3

Title: Blackfoot sun dance, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1920s or earlier]

Remarks: Hand tinted (colour) lantern slide used in the 1920s by Long Lance in illustrated lectures about western Canada.
For black and white version see PA-4037-32.

Subject(s): Blackfoot - Rites and ceremonies

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Image No: S-28-4

Title: Blackfoot man with feather headdress, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1920s or earlier]

Remarks: Hand tinted (colour) lantern slide used in the 1920s by Long Lance in illustrated lectures about western Canada.

Subject(s): Blackfoot - Clothing

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Image No: S-28-5

Title: Two First Nations men on horseback, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1920s or earlier]

Remarks: Hand tinted (colour) lantern slide used in the 1920s by Long Lance in illustrated lectures about western Canada. Probably Blackfoot.

Subject(s): Horses in transportation / Firearms

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Image No: S-28-6

Title: Takakkaw Falls, Yoho National Park, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1920s or earlier]

Remarks: Hand tinted (colour) lantern slide used in the 1920s by Long Lance in illustrated lectures about western Canada.

Subject(s): Rocky Mountains / Waterfalls

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