University steers, Edmonton, Alberta.
Gloves for Gaults, Edmonton, Alberta.
Front page of Nor'Wester, Calgary, Alberta.
Front page of The Eye Opener, Calgary, Alberta.
Head chief of the Blackfoot Nation
Interior of Hudson's Bay Company Fort at Edmonton, Alberta.
Dog team and carriolle in northern Alberta.
Poster advertising Calgary Exhibition and Stampede.
Plan of the Town of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.
Riel Rebellion telegram from C. Shields in Medicine Hat, Alberta to J. M. Egan.
Crowfoot, chief of the Blackfoot.
Front page of Alberta Tribune, Calgary, Alberta.
Front page of 'The Chinook', volume 1, Number one.
Letter giving impression and opinions on Blackfoot people.
Letter giving impression and opinions on Blackfoot people.
A Quatsino grandfather, British Columbia.
Half-breed [Metis] camp Fort Ellice, Manitoba.
Plan of the Town of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.
Admission of Blackfoot children at Old Sun's Boarding School, Blackfoot reserve, Alberta.
Medal presented to Alberta school children, back view.
Cover of the 'Prairie Illustrated'.
Alberta Hotel on Dominion Day, Calgary, Alberta.
View of Calgary from across the Bow River, Alberta.
View of Fort Garry, Manitoba.
Advertisement for Calgary made film, 'Back to God's Country'.
Sir Alexander Mackenzie.
Mounted Policeman on rearing horse
Courthouse, Calgary, Alberta.
Fort at Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Sir Martin Frobisher.
Engraving of a beaver and beaver dam.
Letter from George C. King, Fort Calgary, Alberta.
Masthead for the Daily Free Press newspaper, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
York boat.
Stringing barbed wire fencing.
Two dog teams with carrioles.
Methodist Mission at Morley, Alberta.
Hudson's Bay Company beaver token coins.
Canadian Pacific Railway dining-car advertisement.
Cover of Dutch emigration booklet on Western Canada.
Interior view of Central Methodist Church, Calgary, Alberta.
Inspector Samuel B. Steele, [1848-1919], commanding officer, Calgary, Alberta.
Peter A. Prince home, Calgary, Alberta.
Cree summer encampment.
Sir Alexander Mackenzie.
Bella Coola in Chief's dance.
Riel Rebellion telegram, from J.S. Stewart in Calgary, Alberta to Duncan Campbell, Fort Macleod, Alberta.
Captain George Vancouver (1757-1798).
View of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Lieutenant Colonel William Francis Butler, 1838-1910.
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