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Description archivistique
Pièce · 1909
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

The account of a journey from Fort Abercrombie, North Dakota to Fort Garry (Winnipeg), Manitoba and back again in 1864, reproduced and printed by the North Dakota Historical Society. A two page letter dated May 1909 from the author to the Massachusetts Historical Society, mostly concerning the translation of Indigenous names into English, is pasted into the book between the last page and endpaper.

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Pièce · [c. 1880]
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A sepia-toned photograph of an aen charet, or Red River cart, pulled by a horse and stopped in front of a clothing store. A First Nations man is standing behind the horse while holding a rifle, a child is standing in the cart, and a woman is standing behind the cart with her arm on the child's shoulder. Several white men are watching from the boardwalk, one of them holding a child. Location and date estimate are dealer-provided.

Pièce · n.d.
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A coverless album of photographs primarily of rural and farming activities. It appears to follow Mr. Scobie, Mr. McArton, Mr. Siemens, Mr. Webb, and Mr. Macalister on a trip to various settler communites in B.C. and Alberta. Numerous shots of livestock, mostly pigs, cows, and horses. Other subjects include trains, tractors, a rodeo in Doe River, B.C., various wood frame buildings, and group portraits.

PE002200 - "Winnipeg 1872"
Pièce · 1872
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A small, hand-trimmed, yellow sepia-toned photograph of people and horse-drawn wagons standing in a road with buildings in the background. A short letter on the back provides information on one of the buildings, the "Custom's House and offices for the Canadian officials."

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