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Image No: ND-6-1

Title: Sketch of Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Mitchell Haultain of the 9th Madras Native Infantry.

Date: 1858

Remarks: Born November 18th, 1818 at Woolwich, Kent; died at Peterborough Ontario on April 3, 1900. His brother was Colonel Frederick William Haultain, who was the father of Frederick W.G. Haultain, premier of the North-West Territories from 1897-1905.

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Image No: NC-23-3

Title: "The Shorty" Haultain family home, Peterborough, Ontario.

Date: [ca. 1860]

Subject(s): Peterborough, Ontario - Dwellings / Haultain family

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Image No: NA-510-1

Title: Frederick W.G. Haultain.

Date: May 1884

Photographer/Illustrator: Sproule, G. B., Peterborough, Ontario.

Remarks: Formal portrait, head-and-shoulders.
Frederick Haultain set up law practice in Fort Macleod in 1884. He was elected to the North-West Territories Legislative Assembly in 1887, and after the formation of the Executive Council served as Premier, 1897-1905. From 1905-1912 he sat in the Saskatchewan Legislature and in 1912 was appointed Chief Justice of Saskatchewan.

Subject(s): Saskatchewan - Personalities / Politicians

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Image No: NA-510-2

Title: Frederick W.G. Haultain.

Date: [ca. 1884-1895]

Photographer/Illustrator: Steele and Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Remarks: Formal portrait, head-and-shoulders, profile.
Frederick Haultain set up law practice in Fort Macleod in 1884. He was elected to the North-West Territories Legislative Assembly in 1887, and after the formation of the Executive Council served as Premier, 1897-1905. From 1905-1912 he sat in the Saskatchewan Legislature and in 1912 was appointed Chief Justice of Saskatchewan.

Subject(s): Fort Macleod, Alberta - Personalities / Lawyers

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Image No: PA-359-12

Title: Frederick W.G. Haultain (right) and group of men, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Date: November 1895

Remarks: Probably during a sitting of the North-West Assembly. Haultain was the representative for the Fort Macleod area.

Subject(s): Politicians

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Image No: PB-179-1

Title: F.W.G. Haultain and staff of Executive Council and Treasury Department, Government of the North West Territiories.

Date: August 31, 1905

Remarks: Taken the day before Alberta and Saskatchewan were inaugurated as provinces.

Subject(s): Alberta - Politics and government / Saskatchewan - Politics and government

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Image No: NA-1057-1

Title: Cree and Saulteaux people at Lebret, Saskatchewan.

Date: August 15, 1925

Photographer/Illustrator: Capitol Studios, Regina, Saskatchewan

Remarks: L-R: Little Sioux, also called Apeschepwot; The Dog, also called Achim; Bangs; White Eagle, also called Wahbikewew; Moneghan; Sugar, Saulteaux, also called Seeseebasquat; Nahpaynin; Standing, also called Nanapowais; Sits in a Heap, also called Squatipew; George Gopher, also called Mistaniquatchas; Rock Thunder, also called Assinniwipeyes; The Bear, also called Masqua; Red Dog, also called Meekwowachim; T. Fisher, also called Mowmayesew; Day Walker, also called Keeseekowpimotah; The Flag, also called Squahun; The Floor, also called Moostatik; The Swamp, also called Muskego; Frog Leg, also called Ayikepewan; Buffalo Bow, also called Kamostosachappew; The Owl, also called Ohoo.

Subject(s): Saulteaux - Personalities / Saulteaux - Costume / Cree - Personalities / Cree - Clothing

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Image No: NA-1057-2

Title: Cree people at Lebret, Saskatchewan.

Date: August 15, 1925

Photographer/Illustrator: Capitol Studios, Regina, Saskatchewan

Remarks: L-R: Little Sioux, also called Apeschepwot; The Dog, also called Achim; Bangs.

Subject(s): Cree - Personalities / Cree - Clothing

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Image No: NA-1057-3

Title: Cree and Saulteaux people at Lebret, Saskatchewan.

Date: August 15, 1925

Photographer/Illustrator: Capitol Studios, Regina, Saskatchewan

Remarks: L-R: White Eagle also called Wahbikewew; Moneghan; Sugar, Saulteaux also called Seeseebasquat.

Subject(s): Saulteaux - Personalities / Saulteaux - Costume / Cree - Personalities / Cree - Clothing / Firearms

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Image No: NA-1057-4

Title: Cree people at Lebret, Saskatchewan.

Date: August 15, 1925

Photographer/Illustrator: Capitol Studios, Regina, Saskatchewan

Remarks: L-R: Nahpaynin; Standing also called Nanapowais.

Subject(s): Cree - Personalities / Cree - Clothing

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