Tsuu T'ina Nation

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      Tsuu T'ina Nation

      • Employé pour Sarcee Nation

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      Tsuu T'ina Nation

        5 Description archivistique résultats pour Tsuu T'ina Nation

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        W.J. Oliver fonds
        PR2948 · Fonds · 1924

        The fonds consists of a photograph featuring the Calgary Stampede in 1924 by W. J. Oliver. The fonds also includes a lithograph print by W.J. Oliver featuring RCMP officers and Chief James Starlight, a Tsuut'ina First Nation Chief, meeting at the 50th Calgary Exhibition and Stampede in conjunction with the Diamond Jubilee of the arrival of police in Calgary.

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        PR2404 · Collection · copied 1993

        The collection consists of photographs of First Nations Peoples of the Fort Macleod region including images of individuals, dwellings, rites and ceremonies, modes of transportation, and farming. The photographs date from ca. 1910 - 1920.

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        Lucas family fonds
        PR0232 · Fonds · [187-]-1960

        Fonds consists of photocopies of histories compiled by Daisy Lucas pertaining to the Lucas family, the Nelson family and other homesteading families in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, as well as photographs depicting early scenes around Edmonton and a manuscript about Fort Ethier and the Indian Industrial Farm from 1879 to 1902.

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        Dorothy Arliss-Andrews fonds
        PR1442 · Fonds · [ca. 1918]-1932

        Fonds consists of photographs depicting various people, buildings and events in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta including the Legislature buildings, Calgary Stampede, parades, a Sarcee reserve, the Western Ski Championship, an ice carnival, a reception for Lord Byng, Royal North West Mounted Police officers, First Nations men and women, and street views. Fonds also includes a photograph and obituary for Major Leon Charles Eckenfelder, a memorial article about Vernor W. Smith, and books of poetry written by W.V. Newson.

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