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Old Indian trails
Sacred objects and sacred places : preserving tribal traditions
My life as an Indian : the story of a red woman and a white man in the lodges of the Blackfeet
Mr. & Mrs. William Allockeok of Shishmaref,, Alaska[...]
Miner's barracks"This horse certainly the most northerly located member of the race in the world ,will eat fish" N.Y. Alesurd, Svalbard(Spitzbergen)
Inuit woman fishing through the ice of the Arctic Ocean at Kotzebue, Alaska, for tomeod[...]
Neo-Aleut  same information harpoon and spear heads[...]
Neo-Aleut harpoon and spear heads[...]
Lake Harbour, Baffin Island
Jack Ehaketaitok - This is the man Viscount de Poucin travelled with on his fishing trip - Gjoa Haven - King William Island, Nunavut
Henry Larsen and Inuit fishing
Fishing - Tree River
Virginia Krukoff holding seal stomach poke used for storing blubber or dried fish
Inuit Camp. Inuk Women drying fish on Rack Cambridge Bay, Victoria Island  Nunavut
Fishing, Tree River
Henry Larsen fishing - Tree River
Summary of Calgary business sectors
Survey of data requirements for fund development information systems
Indian tales of the Canadian prairies
Blackfeet Indian stories
Punishment of the stingy and other Indian stories, The
Indians, their manners and customs, The
Blackfoot mythology
Language and religion
On the north trail : the Treaty 8 diary of O.C. Edwards
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