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Image No: PD-383-2-24

Title: First Nations receiving treaty payments, Fort Fitzgerald, Alberta.

Date: June 1915

Photographer/Illustrator: Rheault, Charles [?]

Subject(s): Fort Fitzgerald - Churches / Treaty 8 / Tents

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Image No: PD-383-2-25

Title: Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment building and storehouse, Fort Fitzgerald, Alberta.

Date: June 1915

Photographer/Illustrator: Rheault, Charles [?]

Subject(s): Fort Fitzgerald - Buildings / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Barracks and quarters

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Image No: PD-383-2-61

Title: Dr. P.E. Doyle, District Medical Officer, Mackenzie River sub-district, Northwest Territories.

Date: 1915

Remarks: Dr Doyle was a Royal Canadian Mounted Police Physician. He served on Herschel Island in the early 1920s. Note pharmaceutical bottles behind him.

Subject(s): Physicians / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Personalities / Drugstores

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Image No: PD-383-2-32

Title: The Wood family at Vermilion Chutes on the Peace River, Alberta.

Date: 1919

Remarks: L-R: Stuart Taylor Wood (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), his wife Gertrude Wood, his son Donald Wood, and Mrs. Cadzow. Enroute from Fort Smith to Fort McPherson.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Camps and camping / Tents

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Image No: PD-383-2-34

Title: Gertrude Wood and son Donald Wood with Mrs. Cadzow, Fort Vermilion, Alberta.

Date: 1919

Remarks: Standing next to a tipi. The Wood family was enroute from Fort Smith to Fort McPherson.

Subject(s): Camps and camping / Tipis

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Image No: PD-383-2-38

Title: Inspector Charles Rheault in his quarters, Fort Fitzgerald, Alberta.

Date: 1919

Remarks: Rheault was a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Note photographs on walls.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Barracks and quarters / Living rooms

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Image No: PD-383-2-41

Title: Jujiro Wada camping on the Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories.

Date: 1919

Photographer/Illustrator: Wood, Stuart Taylor

Remarks: Wada was a Japanese whaler, prospector, dog musher and trapper in Canada's north.

Subject(s): Japanese in Northwest Territories / Camps and camping / Tents

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Image No: PD-383-2-45

Title: First Nations gathered at Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories.

Date: 1919

Photographer/Illustrator: Wood, Stuart Taylor

Remarks: Note the plaid shawls worn by the women.

Subject(s): Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories - Events / Women - Clothing

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Image No: PD-383-2-62

Title: Loucheux (Gwich'in) people by the Anglican Church, Fort McPherson, Northwest Territories.

Date: 1919

Photographer/Illustrator: Wood, Stuart Taylor

Remarks: Annotated: "Loucheux Indians at McPherson - C. of E. in background."

Subject(s): Anglican Church - Buildings / Gwich'in - Clothing

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Image No: PD-383-2-66

Title: Dog team hauling wood, Fort McPherson, Northwest Territories.

Date: 1919

Photographer/Illustrator: Wood, Stuart Taylor

Subject(s): Fort McPherson, Northwest Territories - Transportation / Sled dogs / Snow

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