Factor's house, Fort Ellice, Saskatchewan.
Three cowboys in Calgary, Alberta.
Thomas McKay at unveiling of cairn at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, for James Nesbitt.
Rail fence and wharf at Fort St. James, Stuart's Lake, British Columbia.
Anglican church Sunday school mission van, northeastern Saskatchewan.
Thomas McKay, farmer near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
John McCloy, South African war.
C.M.H.G. staff, Canada House, London, England.
Carcasses of buffalo left by Metis hunters near Souris River, Manitoba.
Group at Green Lake, Saskatchewan.
Metis dance, Pembina, Manitoba.
Pembina Settlement, at the confluence of Pembina River and Red River, Manitoba.
View of Pembina Post, Hudson's Bay Company, Manitoba.
Red River carts crossing Rum River, Minnesota on ferry.
Buffalo hunt, Red River,
Red River cart train.
Steamboat 'Anson Northrup' on Red River, Manitoba.
Metis hunters with Red River carts returning to camp on Red River.
Prairie fire on the plains west of Fort Ellice, Manitoba.
'Young' McKay, Metis guide of Red River cart train.
Junction of the Assiniboine River and Qu'Appelle River, Saskatchewan.
Travellers passing International Boundary post Pembina, Manitoba.
General Sir Garnet Wolseley, Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath.
St. Joseph, Minnesota, from Pembina Mountain.
White Wood of the Winnebago.
Rushing Bear, head chief of the Arikara.
Pretty Bear, Sioux warrior in Two Kettle's band.
Four Bears, Sioux warrior in Two Kettle's band.
Chak-uk-i-ree, Pawnee chief.
William McTavish, Hudson's Bay Company factor and governor.
View of Fort Ellice, Manitoba.
Shooting of Thomas Scott, Fort Garry, Manitoba.
Shooting of Thomas Scott, Fort Garry, Manitoba.
Buying cart horses at St. Paul, Minnesota.
Standing Buffalo Jr.Sioux.
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