Inuk prisoner with bags of coal ; Mounted policeman and litter of sleigh dogs

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    Summer 1947.
    RG85, R216, Box number: 3592
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    Summer 1947.
    Kugluktuk (formerly known as Coppermine) (Nunavut):
    Place of creation:
    2 photographs (1 album page) : b&w silver gelatin prints mounted on paper.
    Inventory no.: 43757
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    Title based on original captions on album page.
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    Places in the Yukon and Northwest Territories album · album 68 · page 39
    Signatures and inscriptions note:
    Inscribed beneath images: Eskimo prisoner. His crime was theft. Coal in bags is brought by boat from Vancouver Island. Cost at Coppermine about $220 per ton. Mounted policeman and litter of sleigh dogs.
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    Other accession no.:
    1973-357 NPC
    1974-366 NPC
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    Credit : Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada / Library and Archives Canada / e011079891-v8 ; Copyright : Expired.

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