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Arctic Flowers

Photograph depicts Arctic flowers growing in favoured areas among the rocks at Eskimo Point in Strathcona Sound, Baffin Island.

Soper, J. Dewey

Five Inuit Hunters

Photograph depicts five unnamed Eskimo hunters posing for portrait. Standing in front of an unidentifed building. Note: Although Soper does not identify him here, the man standing second from the left is ""The Eskimo, Ororeangnak, an assistant to Nukudluk during the murder of [the newfoundland trader] Janes."" A closer view is available in picture 79-21-33-62 where Ororeangnak is identified.

Soper, J. Dewey

Harpooned Narwhal at Eclipse Sound

Photograph depicts a narwhal that had been harpooned by Inuits in Eclipse Sound and secured with a line to the shore prior to skinning and cuttin up.

Soper, J. Dewey

Inuit Woman and Dog Outside Summer Tent at Pangnirtung

Photograph shows an Eskimo girl and dog standing beside an Eskimo summer tent at Pangnirtung, near the Hudson's Bay Company Post. Miscellaneous household items surround the tent. British flag is raised in the background.

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Birds

Photograph depicts a Horned Grebe at McKernon's Lake near old Strathcona. Soper moved from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, in 1912, and he began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Birds

Photograph depicts a nest and eggs of the Canvasback at a slough near Edmonton. Soper moved from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, in 1912, and he began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Birds

Photograph depicts an immature American Robin perched on a tree branch. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Birds

Photograph depicts a nest of the Yellow Warbler. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and he began investigating and photographing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Preston Area Birds

Photograph depicts a nest and eggs of the Marsh Hawk. Soper spent time investigating and cataloguing birds and wildlife in Ontario (Wellington and Waterloo Counties).

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Bird Specimens

Photograph depicts bird mounts of the Common Merganser and an autumn specimen of the Horned Grebe done by J. Dewey Soper; the birds were taken in the Edmonton area. Soper moved from Ontario in 1912 to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and cataloguing the wildlife of Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Preston Area, Ontario Bird Specimens

Photograph depicts a Goshawk mounted by J.D. Soper on the farm near Preston, Ontario. Soper spent time investigating and cataloguing birds and wildlife in Ontario (Wellington and Waterloo Counties).

Soper, J. Dewey

Edmonton Area Landscape

Photograph depicts a small balsam poplar tree felled by beavers along a stream southwest of Edmonton. Soper moved in 1912 from Ontario to Strathcona, later a district of Edmonton, and began investigating and photographing the wildlife in Central Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Picnic at Glasgow Falls, Baffin Island

Photograph depicts a group picnicking below a cliff near Glasgow Falls; l to r: Carrie Soper, Roland Soper, Mackenzie, Frazer, [Jack] Ford, and Bell (the last four men were all Hudson's Bay Company employees). The Soper family spent a year in Lake Harbour where Dewey Soper had a federal government contract to explore the north coast of Hudson Strait.

Soper, J. Dewey

Lunch on a Winter Trail Hike

Photograph depicts Carrie and Roland Soper having a lunch break while on a winter trail hike. The Soper family lived in a cabin at Government Hay Camp from 1932-1934 while Dewey Soper was conducting biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Soper, J. Dewey

Winter Camp at Little Buffalo River

Photograph depicts a winter camp at Little Buffalo River two miles north of Klewi River; sitting with supplies from l to r are: P. McKay, Victor Marie, and W. Clawhammer. J. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

Pine Lake Scene

Photograph depicts a view taken from Wood Buffalo Park cabin number 12, looking south at Pine Lake. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in the Park.

Soper, J. Dewey

Northwest Muskrat

Photo depicts Northwest Muskrat at Salt Creek, Wood Buffalo Park, Alberta in 1933.

Soper, J. Dewey

Dog Team in Wood Buffalo Park

Photograph depicts J. Dewey Soper's dog team halted in the interior of the park so photographs could be taken. Soper had a position for two years (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

Winter Dog Sled Travel

Photograph depicts winter travel with the dog train on Little Buffalo River south of the mouth of Sass River. Dewey Soper was travelling through the area while conducting biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

Bison Cow

Photo depicts bison cow in spruce woods a few miles north of Peace Point, Wood Buffalo Park, Alberta.

Soper, J. Dewey

Dog Team Travel in Wood Buffalo Park

Photograph depicts J. Dewey Soper's dog team travelling on the Pine Lake road a few miles west of Slave River in Wood Buffalo Park. Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in the Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

Slave River Scene

Photograph depicts a scene along the Slave River below the mouth of Peace River, taken from aboard the S.S. Northland Echo. J. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

S.S. Northland Echo Travelling on the Slave River

Photograph depicts a view of the S.S. Northland Echo travelling along the Slave River. J. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

Pine Lake Scene

Photograph depicts a view from the Pine Lake cabin looking southeast. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park.

Soper, J. Dewey

Dog Team in Wood Buffalo Park

Photograph depicts J. Dewey Soper's dog team halted in the interior of the park so photographs could be taken. Soper had a position for two years (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

Winter Dog Sled Travel

Photograph depicts winter travel with the dog train on Little Buffalo River south of the mouth of Sass River. Dewey Soper was travelling through the area while conducting biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

Arctic Fireflower

Photo depicts Arctic Fireflower at Cape Dorset, Foxe Peninsula, Baffin Island, N.W.T.

Soper, J. Dewey

Parasitic Jaeger

Photo depicts Parasitic Jaeger on tundra at Bowman Bay, Foxe Basin, Baffin Island, N.W.T.

Soper, J. Dewey

Dog Team Travel in Wood Buffalo Park

Photograph depicts J. Dewey Soper's dog team travelling on the Pine Lake road a few miles west of Slave River in Wood Buffalo Park. Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in the Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

Singoosh Lake

Photo depicts view of Singoosh Lake, Duck Mountain, Manitoba. Photo is hand-tinted.

Soper, J. Dewey

Singoosh Lake

Photo depicts view of Singoosh Lake, Duck Mountain, Manitoba. Photo is hand-tinted.

Soper, J. Dewey

Mule Deer

Photo depicts Mule Deer near Lower Sunwapta River, Jasper National Park, Alberta in August 1939. Photo is hand-tinted.

Soper, J. Dewey

Plains Bison

Photo depicts Plains Bison in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Photo is hand-tinted.

Soper, J. Dewey

Bison Calf

Photo depicts Bison calf at Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Photo is hand-tinted.

Soper, J. Dewey

Cow Moose

Photo depicts Cow Moose at Bagwa Lake, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan. Photo is hand-tinted.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and eggs of the Lapland Longspur in natural surroundings, Baffin Island.

Nest and eggs of the Lapland Longspur. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also made topographical, and agricultural observations for the Department of Agriculture and Topigraphical Survey and reported on native communities.

Soper, J. Dewey

Arctic Hare in natural surroundings, Baffin Island.

Arctic Hare.The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also made topographical, and agricultural observations for the Department of Agriculture and Topographical Survey and reported on native communities.

Soper, J. Dewey

Arctic Hare in natural surroundings, Baffin Island.

Arctic Hare.The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the Blue Goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also made topographical, and agricultural observations for the Department of Agriculture and Topographical Survey and reported on native communities.

Soper, J. Dewey

Camp Kungovik, Baffin Island

Photo depicts Soper's camp at Kungovik during his 1928-1929 commissioned expedition for the North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior. On this expedition he was responsible to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island with a focus on the southwest of Baffin Island to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose. He would also study native living conditions and general topography cooperating with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Camp Kungovik, Baffin Island

Photo depicts Soper's camp at Kungovik during his 1928-1929 commissioned expedition for the North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior. On this expedition he was responsible to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island with a focus on the southwest of Baffin Island to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose. He would also study native living conditions and general topography cooperating with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Kungovik camp, Baffin Island

Photo depicts Soper's camp at Kungovik during his 1928-1929 commissioned expedition for the North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior. On this expedition he was responsible to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island with a focus on the southwest of Baffin Island to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose. He would also study native living conditions and general topography cooperating with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Camp Kungovik, Baffin Island

Photo depicts Soper's camp at Kungovik during his 1928-1929 commissioned expedition for the North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior. On this expedition he was responsible to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island with a focus on the southwest of Baffin Island to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose. He would also study native living conditions and general topography cooperating with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Blue Goose near camp Kungovik

Photo depicts blue goose near camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Blue goose near camp Kungovik.

Photo depicts blue goose near camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Blue Goose near camp Kungovik.

Photo depicts blue goose near camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Lapland Longspur at camp Kungovik.

Photo depicts Lapland Longspur sitting on rifle barrel in camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Hutchin's Goose on the Blue Goose River

Photo depits Hutchin's Goose on the Blue Goose River. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Precambrian ridges on Baffin Island

Precambrian ridges near camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Site of old Eskimo camp, Foxe Peninsula.

Remains of old Eskimo camp on Foxe Peninsula. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Red Phalarope on Baffin Island

Red Phalarope near camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Nest and eggs of Parasitic Jaeger on Baffin Island.

Nest and eggs of Parasitic Jaeger. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Tundra plain near camp Kungovik.

View of tundra plain from camp Kungovik. The North West Territories and Yukon Branch of the Department of the Interior commissioned Soper in 1928 to study the biology and natural history of Baffin Island. His focus was to discover the nesting grounds of the blue goose suspected to be in the southwest of Baffin Island. He also studied native living conditions and general topography in cooperation with the Dept. of Agriculture and Topographical Surveys.

Soper, J. Dewey

Camp Scene in Wood Buffalo Park

Photograph depicts a camp scene at the "Double Sinkholes" on the Conibear Lake Trail. Austin Cumming and Wardens Frank Dent and Bob Allen are beside the tent. J. Dewey Soper had a two year position (1932-1934) to conduct biological and geographical investigations in Wood Buffalo Park for the Department of the Interior.

Soper, J. Dewey

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