46 Archival description results for Teepees
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- CA EDM MS-156-EB-12-27
Part of Samuel Archibald Dickson fonds
Image of a moose wearing a cart harness and standing in front of a teepee at an unknown location. An inscription on the front of the photo reads: "The moose is not much used being too difficult to train, dogs are used now exclusively instead".
Same as EA-10-1185
- CA EDM MS-56-EA-10-2094
- 25 Oct. 1917
View of a road construction crew at work near Peers, Alberta; a teepee is visible in the background.
- CA EDM MS-56-EA-10-57
- [ca. 1910]
A view of an Indigenous camp with decorated teepees; individuals are sitting and standing outside the tents. A row of small evergreen trees is in the foreground.
- CA EDM MS-56-EB-9-26
- June 1910
A distant view across water of the Roman Catholic mission, trading forts and Loucheux Indigenous camp
- CA EDM MS-120-EA-263-7
- [ca. 1904]
Part of Kenneth McDonald fonds
An image of an Indigenous man and his horse standing in front of a teepee.
Colours have been added to the photograph in a chromolithograph process.
- CA EDM MS-56-EA-10-53
- [ca. 1890]
Image shows an Indigenous man on horseback and a man and woman with an infant standing in front of a teepee at Gleichen, N.W.T.; other teepees are visible in the background.
- CA EDM MS-180-EA-10-1037
- [ca. 1927]
Part of Frederick J. Marshall fonds
Chief Hector Crawler standing beside his horse alongside Juliette Gaultier de la Verendrye; both are dressed in traditional Indigenous clothing with teepees visible in the background.
- CA EDM MS-56-EA-10-2356
- [ca. 1903]
- Two Indigenous individuals; one is on a pony and the other standing nearby; both are wrapped in blankets and wearing hats. In the background teepees in front of a forested area are visible.
- This image also used as part of EB-13-11