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Image No: NA-1036-3

Title: Indian agency buildings, Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1880s]

Photographer/Illustrator: Cadzow, Daniel, Auburn, New York

Remarks: Copy of PB-266-3.
Includes building moved from Fort Pitt, post in 1885.

Subject(s): Onion Lake, Saskatchewan - Buildings / Fences / Horses in transportation / Wagons / Log cabins and buildings

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Image No: NA-1036-4

Title: Farm on Long Lake, Indian agency, Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1880-1899]

Photographer/Illustrator: Cadzow, Daniel, Auburn, New York

Subject(s): Onion Lake, Saskatchewan - Buildings / Onion Lake, Saskatchewan - Farms / Farms / Fences / Log cabins and buildings

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Image No: NA-1036-5

Title: Farm on Long Lake, Indian agency, Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1880-1899]

Photographer/Illustrator: Cadzow, Daniel, Auburn, New York

Remarks: Ranch on Number 3.

Subject(s): Onion Lake, Saskatchewan - Buildings / Onion Lake, Saskatchewan - Farms / Farms / Fences / Log cabins and buildings / Horses in transportation / Wagons

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Image No: NA-1036-14

Title: Rifleman Alexander N. Mouat, 90th Battalion, Winnipeg Rifles, Manitoba.

Date: 1885

Photographer/Illustrator: Ross, J., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Remarks: Aged 22 years. Copy of PA-938-35.

Subject(s): Canadian Army - Militia / Canadian Army - Uniforms / Canadian Army - Personnel / 90th Battalion, Winnipeg Rifles / Winnipeg Rifles / Firearms

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Image No: NA-1036-7

Title: Cross in memory of two victims of Frog Lake Massacre, 1885.

Date: [ca. 1886-1891]

Photographer/Illustrator: Cadzow, Daniel, Auburn, New York

Remarks: In memory on William C. Gilchrist and John Williscraft.

Subject(s): Frog Lake Massacre, 1885 / Frog Lake, Alberta - Cemeteries / Cemeteries

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Image No: NA-1036-6

Title: Grave of Thomas Quinn, victim of Frog Lake Massacre, 1885.

Date: 1895

Photographer/Illustrator: Moodie, Mrs. G., Battleford, Saskatchewan

Remarks: T. T. Quinn was an Indian Agent at Frog Lake.

Subject(s): Frog Lake Massacre, 1885 / Frog Lake, Alberta - Cemeteries / Cemeteries

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Image No: NA-1036-1

Title: Steamer "North-West", Battleford, Saskatchewan.

Date: June 1896

Photographer/Illustrator: Moodie, Mrs. G., Battleford, Saskatchewan

Remarks: Loading cargo.

Subject(s): Battleford, Saskatchewan - Transportation / Steamboats / Wagons / Horses in transportation / Rivers

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Image No: NA-1036-13

Title: Steamer "North-West: leaving Edmonton, Alberta for Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Date: 1896

Photographer/Illustrator: Mathers, C. W., Edmonton, Alberta

Remarks: Passengers boarding for first trip of 1896 season. Copy of PA-938-79.

Subject(s): Edmonton, Alberta - Transportation / Rivers / Steamboats

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Image No: NA-1036-9

Title: Cree delegates at Lloydminster to meet Sir Wifrid Laurier.

Date: August or September, 1910

Remarks: L-R back row: Fred Bowtell; Percy Gilbert.
L-R middle row; Angus Quinney; Benjamin Quinney; Jean Baptiste Opissinow; Young Chief, Wemistiko-siawasis; Joe Taylor, Indian Agent William Sibbald; Father Cunningham; Mikweyapiy; Flying About, also called Waskahat; Three Legs, also called Nistokotchis or Mr. Cook; Antoine Muskego, also called Kekekwayan; Misihew, also called Chief; Silly Man, also called Motchyinis.
L-R front row: Fox, Makesis; Mr. Quinney, Senior, also called Manito-nikik; John Calling Bull; Napeview; Feather Trousers, also called Oiway-tas; Horse, also called Kamistatin; Ugly Fingers, also called Myitchetchiy; Carpenter, also called Mistchi-Konapew.

Subject(s): Cree - Personalities / Cree - Clothing / Lloydminster, Alberta and Saskatchewan - Buildings / Lloydminster, Alberta and Saskatchewan - Events

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Image No: PB-266-4

Title: Angus McKay, employee of Hudson's Bay Company.

Date: [ca. 1920-1939]

Remarks: Born 1858 and entered service with Hudson's Bay Company in 1877; service included a time at Fort Pitt.

Subject(s): Hudson's Bay Company - Employees

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