A view of wooden buildings, a teepee, and people in the community of Fort McPherson. The following is inscribed on front of the image: "It is on [Peel] River within the Arctic Circle, 2000 miles north of Edmonton. The midnight sun shines here for about two weeks. The Esquimaux quite frequently come as far south [as] McPherson to trade."
A group of Indigenous individuals, including men, women and children, beaching their birch bark canoes and unloading supplies for trade at Fort Resolution on Great Slave Lake.
Dogrib teepees set up in front of the wooden buildings of the Hudson's Bay Company post at Great Slave Lake; individuals are seated and standing outside their teepees.