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NUXALK MASK.
Northwest Coast Bella Coola (Nuxalk) wooden mask from British Columbia, Canada.
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0175419
NOOTKA HAT.
Conical chief's hat of the Nootka Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest, with woven geometric designs and whale hunting scene.
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0173523
KWAKIUTL WEAVER, c1894.
A Kwakiutl woman weaving a cedar mat, with a rocking cradle suspended at left, in the village of Tsaxis on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The ethnologist George Hunt, a collaborator with Franz Boas, is shown at right. Photographed by O.C. Hastings, c1894.
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0174445
HAIDA SEA WOLF.
Haida wooden figure of the sea wolf Wasgo with a salmon in its mouth, from British Columbia, Canada.
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0233804
MILITARY.
German Democratic Republic Founding of the National People's Army March-past of the first regiment of East Germany's National People's Army after its swearing-in ceremony in Oranienburg - - 30.04.1956.
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0233643
MILITARY.
German Democratic Republic Foundation of the People's National Army a young member of the first regiment of the PNA in Oranienburg is being congratulated on his swearing-in by an officer - - 30.04.1956.
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0353487
ALBERTA: RESERVE, c1890.
A First Nations woman at a reserve in Alberta, Canada. Photograph, c1890.
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CANADA: WINNIPEG, c1900.
A Red River cart on the streets of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Photograph, c1900.
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0173041
KWAKIUTL VILLAGE, 1881.
A view of a Southern Kwakiutl village on the Salmon River, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Photographed by Edward Dossetter, 1881.
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0174594
CANADA: HAIDA TOTEM POLE.
Totem pole at the front of a house in the Haida village of Tanu in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada, with representations of three watchmen (top), an eagle, and a beaver (bottom). Photographed c1905.
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0108236
CANADA: INDIAN MOTHER.
A Dene woman carrying her child and a bundle of wood on her back in a forest in northwestern Canada. Photograph, 20th century.
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0323528
EDWARD VIII (1894-1972).
King of England, 1936. Photographed wearing a costume of the Stoney Cree First Nation group during his visit to Alberta, Canada, 1919. Full credit: Spaarnestad - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reser
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0174595
CANADA: HOUSE POST.
Post carved from cedar inside a Heiltsuk house at Bella Bella, on the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Photographed c1905.
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0173164
HAIDA HOUSE POST.
Carved wooden house post of Haida Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest.
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0175354
CREE KNIFE AND SHEATH.
Knife with steel blade and beaded handle (length: 29.5 cm), and sheath made of thin wood covered with leather and ornamental beadwork, with a strip of woven porcupine quillwork across the top. Swampy Cree, from the western Hudson Bay area of Canada, 18th century.
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0173224
CANADA: NASKAPI CAMP, 1882.
A group of Naskapi Native Americans standing next to tipis at a camp in Labrador, Canada, with a cache of furs and hides. Photographed by Lucien M. Turner, 1882.
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0174573
HAMATSA INITIATE.
A Kwakiutl man being initiated into the Hamatsa Society at a ceremony in British Columbia, Canada. Model prepared by George A. Dorsey for the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois, c1910.
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0173034
CANADA: BIRCHBARK CANOE.
A Slavey Native American man paddling a birchbark canoe on the Mackenzie River, in the Northwest Territories in Canada. Photograph, early to mid-20th century.
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0175353
CANADA: DRYING BERRIES.
Strawberries and salmonberries drying on a rack made of split cedar in a Nuxalk (or Bella Coola) Native American village in central British Columbia, Canada. Photographed c1900.
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0268905
FIRST NATIONS SHAMAN, c1920.
Portrait of Spinning Thread on Bare Knee, a First Nations shaman, possibly Tsimshian. Photograph, c1920.
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0173524
KWAKIUTL VILLAGE, 1881.
A view of the Nahwitti (Kwakiutl) village of Xwamdasbe on Hope Island, off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, showing houses with painted family crests. Photographed by Edward Dossetter, 1881.
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0173086
KOSKIMO MAN, 1914.
Yakotlus, a Koskimo Native American man from Quatsino Sound, on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island, British Colubmia, Canada. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, 1914.
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0175421
NORTHWEST COAST LADLE.
Haida or Tlingit ladle of carved mountain sheep horn, with bird effigy on handle.
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0173016
KRIEGHOFF: CANOE ON STREAM.
Two Native Americans in a canoe, stalking a deer on a stream near Lake Magog, Quebec, Canada. Oil on canvas, 1867, by Cornelius Krieghoff.
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0361877
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Indian totem, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. Detail. Full Credit: De Agostini / G. Carfagna / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Indian totems, Ksan Historical Village and Museum, near Hazelton, British Columbia, Canada. Detail. Full Credit: De Agostini / G. Carfagna / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0173051
HAIDA CANOE EXHIBIT.
The prow of a 63-foot-long ceremonial canoe, carved from a cedar tree in 1878 by Haida Native Americans in the Queen Charlotte Islands, off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Photographed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, 1980, showing life-size figures added to the exhibit in 1910.
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0324237
PREPARING CEDAR BARK, c1914.
A 'Nak'waxda'xw woman preparing cedar bark, possibly in British Columbia. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis, c1914.
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0173244
OJIBWA EFFIGY STICK.
Pointed wooden stick of the Bungi (Plains Ojibwa) Native Americans of Manitoba, Canada, c1900, with a carved face representing the people of the upper world, placed by the door as a guardian during the Grand Medicine ceremony. The aperture at the center contains a small stone with a painted face, wrapped in paper. Height: 13 in.
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BLACKFOOT CHIEFS, c1848.
The Blackfoot chief Big Snake (center) with five subordinate chiefs on the Canadian prairies, c1848. Oil on canvas, 1851-56, by Paul Kane.
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0173217
VERNER: MICMAC HUTS.
Huts of Micmac Native Americans of eastern Canada. Graphite and watercolor on paper, 1876, by Frederick Arthur Verner.
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0174596
CANADA: HOUSE POST.
Post carved from cedar inside a Heiltsuk house at Bella Bella, on the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Photographed c1905.
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0174443
NATIVE AMERICAN MASK.
Painted wooden mask from British Columbia, Canada, possibly Inland Tlingit, 19th century. Height: 6 1/2 in.
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0175257
KWAKIUTL MASK.
Painted wooden double mask of the Kwakiutl Native Americans of British Columbia, Canada, representing an eagle when closed, and the eagle's spirit in human form, together with a grizzly bear (left and right) and a killer whale (top and bottom), when open.
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0174525
KWAKIUTL ART: MAIDEN.
Kwakiutl wooden figure of a seated praying maiden, from British Columbia, Canada, 19th century or earlier. Height: 16 in.
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0174593
CANADA: HOUSE POST.
Kwakiutl house post from Koskimo on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, carved from cedar by George Nelson in 1906. Photographed on the grounds of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 1958.
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0173039
KWAKIUTL VILLAGE, 1894.
A view of a Kwakiutl village at Port Rupert, British Columbia, Canada, showing wood plank houses, blanket poles (where piles of blankets were placed during potlatch ceremonies), and dugout canoes in the foreground. Photographed by O.C. Hastings, late 1894.
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0120735
TSIMSHIAN RATTLE.
Wood and leather rattle in the shape of a face, made by the Tsimshian tribe of British Columbia, Canada.
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0175499
KWAKIUTL BOWL.
Carved wooden feast bowl in the form of an eagle. Kwakiutl, from British Columbian, Canada. Wingspan: 76 in.
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0175420
NOOTKA MASK.
Carved and painted salmon mask of the Nootka Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest, representing the figure who first gave salmon to the people, on display at the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois. Wood with feather and cedar bark headdress.
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