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Image No: NB-40-3

Title: The Pas, Manitoba.

Date: 1858

Remarks: Sketch by John Fleming. Hudson's Bay post on skyline, upper left. See Chronicle of Keewatin, volume 3, p. 441.

Subject(s): The Pas, Manitoba - Views / The Pas, Manitoba - Buildings / Saskatchewan River, Manitoba - Views / Boats and boating / Hudson's Bay Company - Posts / First Nations of Manitoba - Dwellings / Tipis / Sketches

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Image No: NB-40-531

Title: North-West Mounted Police playing cards, southern Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1878-1879]

Remarks: Includes Sergeant Kirk (?), Sergeant Martin (?), Uniarty (?) and Constable Popes (?).

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Amusements / Gambling / Gamblers / Card players / Tobacco-pipes / Smoking / Drinking of alcoholic beverages

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Image No: NB-40-4

Title: Surveyor Bell at Moose Factory, Ontario.

Date: [ca. 1880s]

Photographer/Illustrator: Cotter, James Laurence

Remarks: Note cannon, far left.

Subject(s): Moose Factory, Ontario - Buildings / Moose Factory, Ontario - Personalities / Surveyors / Hudson's Bay Company - Posts / Boats and boating / Tents / Ordnance / Fur trade

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Image No: NB-40-46

Title: S. S. Princess at dock, Manitoba.

Date: [ca. 1881-1906]

Remarks: S. S. Princess was a steamboat that operated on Lake Winnipeg from 1881 until 1906. Sank August 26, 1906 near Swampy Island.

Subject(s): Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba - Transportation / Boats and boating / Steamboats / Piers

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Image No: NA-725-1

Title: Blood Indian Agency office near Slideout, Alberta.

Date: 1890

Photographer/Illustrator: Anderton, T. G. N., Fort Walsh, Saskatchewan

Subject(s): Blood - Transportation / Blood - Government relations / Carriages and carts / Dogs / Slideout, Alberta - Buildings

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Image No: NB-40-1273

Title: Native man in traditional clothing.

Date: [ca. 1890-1909]

Subject(s): First Nations - Clothing

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Image No: NB-40-1274

Title: Native man in traditional clothing.

Date: [ca. 1890-1909]

Subject(s): First Nations - Clothing

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Image No: NA-1146-4

Title: Willie McLeod, victim of the "curse of the Nehannies", Fort Liard, Northwest Territories (NWT).

Date: [ca. 1900s]

Photographer/Illustrator: Godsell, Philip H.

Remarks: Willie McLeod, son of the Hudson's Bay factor Murdoch McLeod at Fort Liard, Northwest Territories, and brother Frank disappeared on a quest for mysterious gold in "Dead Man's Valley" in northern British Columbia.
Copied from PA-2614-463

Subject(s): Fort Liard, Northwest Territories - Personalities.

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Image No: NA-1146-5

Title: Frank McLeod, victim of the "curse of the Nehannies", Fort Liard, Northwest Territories (NWT).

Date: [ca. 1900s]

Photographer/Illustrator: Godsell, Philip H.

Remarks: Frank McLeod, son of the Hudson's Bay factor Murdoch McLeod at Fort Liard, Northwest Territories, and brother Willie disappeared on a quest for mysterious gold in "Dead Man's Valley" in northern British Columbia.
Copied from PA-2616-464

Subject(s): Fort Liard, Northwest Territories - Personalities / Nahanni River, Northwest Territories

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Image No: NB-40-5

Title: Front Lake, Hudson's Bay Company post, Manitoba.

Date: 1900

Photographer/Illustrator: Godsell, Philip H.

Subject(s): Front Lake, Manitoba - Buildings / Hudson's Bay Company - Posts / Fur trade

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