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    George Mellis Douglas, explorer and photorapher in Hudson Bay Co. Canoe at start of trip to Coppermine River. Mr. Douglas is in the photo, he may well have set up the camera for a self-portrait.

    Date:
    1911
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    George Mellis Douglas, explorer and photorapher in Hudson Bay Co. Canoe at start of trip to Coppermine River. Mr. Douglas is in the photo, he may well have 
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    George M. Douglas, photographer in Lakefield Canoe Co. "Freighter" canoe he named Aldebrian used in 1911-1912 trip to Coppermine River.

    Date:
    1911-1912
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    George M. ... They made mthe mast and gaff and sail out of bits and pieces on trip Credit: George Mellis Douglas / Library and Archives Canada / PA-207105 
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  3. 3

    'The author and his corner' - portrait of George M. Douglas. Hodgson's Point, N.W.T., ca. 1911-1912.

    Date:
    CA. 1911-1912
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    'The author and his corner' - portrait of George M. Douglas. Hodgson's Point, NWT, ca. 1911-1912. Credit: George Mellis Douglas/Library and Archives 
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  4. 4

    Interior of cabin built at Hodgson's Pt. on Dease River 1911 by Lionel Douglas, brother of George M. Douglas on exploration trip to Coppermine River.

    Date:
    May 1911
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    ... brother of George M. Douglas on exploration trip to Coppermine River. Credit: George Mellis Douglas / Library and Archives Canada / PA-207110 Copyright: 
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  5. 5

    May on Athabaska River part of Hudson Bay Co. Brigade, George M. Douglas and two others on way to Coppermine River.

    Date:
    May 1911
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Brigade, George M. Douglas and two others on way to Coppermine River. Credit: George Mellis Douglas / Library and Archives Canada / PA-207112 Copyright: 
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  6. 6

    York boat on Athabaska River, on George M. Douglas exploration trip to Coppermine River part of the Hudson Bay Co. spring brigade.

    Date:
    May 1911
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    York boat on Athabaska River, on George M. Douglas ... Credit: George Mellis Douglas / Library and Archives Canada / PA-207108 Copyright: Expired Env. [57]
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  7. 7

    Chippewayen birch bark canoe on George M. Douglas trip to the Coppermine River.

    Date:
    1911-1912
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Chippewayen birch bark canoe on George M. Douglas trip to the Coppermine River. Credit: George M. Douglas/Library and Archives Canada/ Copyright: 
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  8. 8

    York boats of Athabaska Brigade, having left Athabaska Landing - George M. Douglas and 2 fellow explorers observing - they were on their way to the Coppermine River.

    Date:
    May 1911
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    York boats of Athabaska Brigade, having left Athabaska Landing - George M. Douglas and 2 fellow explorers observing - they were on their way to the 
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  9. 9

    Teams about to leave with supplies on the first trip to Coppermine.

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    Date:
    1911
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Credit: George M. Douglas / Library and Archives Canada / PA-145215 Restrictions on use: Nil Copyright: Expired 1 photograph ; 114 x 167 mm Album 1 -100
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  10. 10

    G.M. Douglas on trip to Coppermine River. This is in spring 1912 at mouth of Dease River. G.M. Douglas felt that the Eskimos (as he called th...[View full title]em) were still primitive - that is not affected yet by the white man's lifestyle.

    Date:
    1911-1912
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Douglas said that the Eskimos were fascinated by the camera and chocolate Credit: George M. Douglas/Library and Archives Canada/PA- Copyright: Expired  
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