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  1. 1

    James Stoney, an eccentric member of the Fort Severn Band.

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    Date:
    1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    James Stoney, an eccentric member of the Fort Severn Band. He murdered his own daughter for superstitious reasons. Photo taken during Treaty negotiations 
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  2. 2

    (Treaty) Signing of the Treaty at Windigo, [Ont.].

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    18 July 1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    (Treaty) Signing of the Treaty at Windigo, [Ont.]. Described by the RECON project. Standing : Samuel Sawanis, John Wesley, Dr. O'Gorman, Chief 
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  3. 3

    An Indian Religious ceremony at Albany [Ont.].

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    Date:
    1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    An Indian Religious ceremony at Albany [Ont.]. Described by the RECON project. Copy negative available: C-068939 Credit: Canada. Dept. of Indian Affairs 
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  4. 4

    Fort Severn Indians who were taken into Treaty and paid their annuity for the first time at Fort Severn

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    25 July 1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    Fort Severn Indians who were taken into Treaty and paid their annuity for the first time at Fort Severn. Described by the RECON project. Copy negative 
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  5. 5

    Caribou Lake Indians who were taken into Treaty at the camping grounds on the Windigo River, [Ont.].

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    20 July 1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    Caribou Lake Indians who were taken into Treaty at the camping grounds on the Windigo River, [Ont.]. Described by the RECON project. Copy negative 
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  6. 6

    Several poor old widows of the Caribou Lake [Ont.] Band of Indians.

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    Date:
    1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    Several poor old widows of the Caribou Lake [Ont.] Band of Indians. Photo taken during Treaty negotiations in Northern Ontario, 1930, at thier camping grounds 
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  7. 7

    Several Indian children of the Caribou Lake Band.

    Date:
    1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    Several Indian children of the Caribou Lake Band. Photo taken in front of the Commissioners tent located on the bank of the Windigo River. 1930. Described by 
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  8. 8

    A group of Indians recently taken into Treaty at Caribou Lake, [Ont.].

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    Date:
    1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    A group of Indians recently taken into Treaty at Caribou Lake, [Ont.]. Described by the RECON project. Copy negative available: C-068942 Credit: Canada
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  9. 9

    The church at Windigo where the Caribou Lake Indians worship.

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    Date:
    July 1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    The church at Windigo where the Caribou Lake Indians worship. This picture was taken while services were being held - the church not being able to hold all the 
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  10. 10

    Natives of Fort Hope at Lansdowne House. Councillors Mishell and Moonias may be seen at right. The old Native woman has her rabbit-skin robe on.

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    13 July 1930
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    Natives of Fort Hope at Lansdowne House. Councillors Mishell and Moonias may be seen at right. The old Native woman has her rabbit-skin robe on
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