Ranching scenes, southern Alberta.
Ranching scenes, southern Alberta.
Peace River, Alberta.
Bonnie Jean', Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka'wakw), Quatsino area, British Columbia
Looking east on 13th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta.
Little Crow, Sioux chief and leader of the Minnesota massacre of 1862.
War chief of the Chilcat with family.
Interior of first Anglican mission church on Blackfoot reserve
Orwat and wife, Quatsino Bay, Vancouver, British Columbia. Kwakiutl Kwakwaka'wakw) tribe.
Buffalo bones gathered for shipment by Gull Lake, Saskatchewan.
A Quatsino grandfather, British Columbia.
Annie Rooney', Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka'wakw).
Quacum and wife, Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka'wakw).
Native medicine woman. Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka'wakw).
Old Susan', Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka'wakw).
Bones of First Nations victims of Swift Runner, Cree cannibal, brought in as evidence by the North-West Mounted Police.
8th Avenue, Calgary, Alberta.
Buffalo bones on the prairie.
White Knife, Sarcee.
Canadian Pacific Railway gardens, Calgary, Alberta.
The Reformer newspaper
Yellow Lodge, 'Otokuyicokoan' Sarcee, dressed for a dance.
Riel Rebellion telegram, written from Medicine Hat.
Tom Henry, a chief of the Bella Coola.
Round Street, Lethbridge, Alberta.
Shaman (medicine man) of the Bella Coola.
The Reformer newspaper
Oscar G. Devenish, Calgary, Alberta.
Calgary Gun Club, Calgary, Alberta.
Bella Coola in Chief's dance.
Horses on ranch near Calgary, Alberta.
Rocky Mountain Development Company drilling rig, Waterton area, Alberta.
Main Street, Black Diamond, Alberta.
Oil derrick and storage tanks, Turner Valley, Alberta.
Burning waste gas, Turner Valley, Alberta.
Sentinel well and bridge across Sheep Creek, Turner Valley, Alberta.
Masthead for the Daily Free Press newspaper, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Coal mine, Number 3 shaft, Lethbridge, Alberta.
Street view, Turner Valley, Alberta.
View of Lethbridge, Alberta.
Front page of Calgary Daily News, Calgary, Alberta.
Gas plant, Turner Valley, Alberta.
Mission Bridge, Calgary, Alberta.
The Alberta Block, Calgary, Alberta.
Riel rebellion telegram, from J. S. Stewart, Calgary, to Duncan Campbell, Fort Macleod, Alberta.
Swift Runner, or Kak-say-kwyo-chin, Cree cannibal, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
Cover of Canada West : Canada - The New Homeland.
Riel rebellion telegram.
Cover of promotional booklet 'The Last Best West'.
Front page of Airdrie Recorder, Airdrie, Alberta.
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