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Image No: PA-3946-58-4

Title: Mounties, including Cortlandt Starnes, front row centre, possibly at Royal North-West Mounted Police barracks, Churchill, Manitoba.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Photographer/Illustrator: Jones, J. G.

Remarks: Starnes was the Superintendent of the Royal North-West Mounted Police in Churchill, 1910-1914.

Subject(s): Churchill, Manitoba - Buildings / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Posts / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Barracks and quarters / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms

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Image No: PA-3946-58-9

Title: Boat alongside the schooner Jeanie, possibly settled on a rock bar in Rankin Inlet, Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Remarks: Voyage of the schooner Jeanie between Churchill, Manitoba and Fullerton, Northwest Territories, August - September 1910. The Royal North-West Mounted Police erected prefabricated shelter huts along the coast of Hudson Bay between the two detachments. The schooner Jeanie was wrecked in a gale at Wager Inlet, and the crew returned to Churchill on a whaling ship.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Transportation / Sailing ships / Ships / Boats and boating

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Image No: PA-3946-58-10

Title: Boat alongside the schooner Jeanie, possibly settled on a rock bar in Rankin Inlet, Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Remarks: Voyage of the schooner Jeanie between Churchill, Manitoba and Fullerton, Northwest Territories, August - September 1910. The Royal North-West Mounted Police erected prefabricated shelter huts along the coast of Hudson Bay between the two detachments. The schooner Jeanie was wrecked in a gale at Wager Inlet, and the crew returned to Churchill on a whaling ship.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Transportation / Sailing ships / Ships / Boats and boating

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Image No: PA-3946-58-13

Title: Inuit on board a ship, possibly the schooner Jeanie, Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Remarks: Voyage of the schooner Jeanie between Churchill, Manitoba and Fullerton, Northwest Territories, August - September 1910. The Royal North-West Mounted Police erected prefabricated shelter huts along the coast of Hudson Bay between the two detachments. The schooner Jeanie was wrecked in a gale at Wager Inlet, and the crew returned to Churchill on a whaling ship.

Subject(s): Inuit - Women / Inuit - Children / Inuit - Clothing / Cold-weather clothing / Fur garments

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Image No: PA-3946-58-15

Title: Inuit on board a ship, possibly the schooner Jeanie, Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Remarks: Voyage of the schooner Jeanie between Churchill, Manitoba and Fullerton, Northwest Territories, August - September 1910. The Royal North-West Mounted Police erected prefabricated shelter huts along the coast of Hudson Bay between the two detachments. The schooner Jeanie was wrecked in a gale at Wager Inlet, and the crew returned to Churchill on a whaling ship.

Subject(s): Inuit - Children / Inuit - Clothing / Cold-weather clothing / Fur garments

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Image No: PA-3946-58-22

Title: Inuit family and skin tent, probably Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Remarks: Voyage of the schooner Jeanie between Churchill, Manitoba and Fullerton, Northwest Territories, August - September 1910. The Royal North-West Mounted Police erected prefabricated shelter huts along the coast of Hudson Bay between the two detachments. The schooner Jeanie was wrecked in a gale at Wager Inlet, and the crew returned to Churchill on a whaling ship.

Subject(s): Camps and camping / Tents / Inuit - Dwellings / Inuit - Women / Inuit - Children / Inuit - Clothing / Hides and skins / Cold-weather clothing / Fur garments / Dogs

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Image No: PA-3946-58-27

Title: Schooner Jeanie, possibly wrecked in Wager Bay, Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Remarks: Voyage of the schooner Jeanie between Churchill, Manitoba and Fullerton, Northwest Territories, August - September 1910. The Royal North-West Mounted Police erected prefabricated shelter huts along the coast of Hudson Bay between the two detachments. The schooner Jeanie was wrecked in a gale at Wager Inlet, and the crew returned to Churchill on a whaling ship.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Transportation / Sailing ships / Ships / Shipwrecks

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Image No: PA-3946-58-28

Title: Schooner Jeanie, possibly wrecked in Wager Bay, Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Remarks: Voyage of the schooner Jeanie between Churchill, Manitoba and Fullerton, Northwest Territories, August - September 1910. The Royal North-West Mounted Police erected prefabricated shelter huts along the coast of Hudson Bay between the two detachments. The schooner Jeanie was wrecked in a gale at Wager Inlet, and the crew returned to Churchill on a whaling ship.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Transportation / Sailing ships / Ships / Shipwrecks

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Image No: PA-3946-58-31

Title: Mounties, including Cortlandt Starnes, front row centre, on board a ship, probably Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1910]

Remarks: Voyage of the schooner Jeanie between Churchill, Manitoba and Fullerton, Northwest Territories, August - September 1910. The Royal North-West Mounted Police erected prefabricated shelter huts along the coast of Hudson Bay between the two detachments. The schooner Jeanie was wrecked in a gale at Wager Inlet, and the crew returned to Churchill on a whaling ship.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers

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Image No: PA-3946-58-43

Title: First Nations of Manitoba women and children, possibly at Royal North-West Mounted Police barracks, Churchill, Manitoba.

Date: [ca. 1910-1911]

Remarks: Possibly Metis.

Subject(s): First Nations of Manitoba - Women / First Nations of Manitoba - Children

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