Collections and Fonds – 3392315

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  • Record Information – Brief
    Camp Scene: Red-River cart, Aboriginal woman
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    Accession number:
    1936-271 NPC
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    Found in:
    Archives / Collections and Fonds
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  • Place:
    Red River (Man.) (Vicinity)
    Place of creation:
    1 photograph
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    Scope and content:
    Photograph taken in the vicinity of Red River, Manitoba
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    General Note:
    Described by the RECON project.
    The Red River cart was first used by the Métis to carry meat from the buffalo hunt and in farm work. Later, they would be used in brigades to transport goods over long distances.
    Signatures and inscriptions note:
    Red-River Cart & Squaw. 41 Photo By Mathers Edmonton
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  • Conditions of access:
    Copy negative
    1936-271 NPC
    Terms of use:
    Credit: Canada. Dept. of Interior / Library and Archives Canada / PA-040716
    Restrictions on use: Nil
    Copyright: Expired.

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