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Bill of lading for canoe.

Reproduction of a bill of lading for a canoe that left Montreal for the Upper Lakes, ca. 1800. Materials on the canoe included twist and carrot (varieties of tobacco), shrub (a bottled cocktail) and high wines (brandy) as well as equipment needed for the voyage including a kettle, an oilcloth, a sponge, a length of rope, an axe, a pail, and guns.

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Indian Voices record.

One record titled "Indian Voices." Side one is titled Songs and Chants and includes works from the Folklore Branch of the National Museum of Canada [now the Canadian Museum of History] including 1. Love Song (Assiniboine) [Hohe Nakota], 2. Messianic chant (Assiniboine) [Hohe Nakota], 3. Song of ridicule to a brave (Ojibwe), 4. Lullaby (Miꞌkmaq). Side 2 includes broadcasts from the CBC including 1. Chief, Ontario, 2. Reserve housewife, Alberta, 3. George Clutesi, author, 3. Chief, Vancouver Island.

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Jackdaw Publications Indians of Canada collection.

  • SCA377-GA439
  • Fonds
  • 1969

Collection of reproductions of archival materials relating to the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada. The collection includes reproductions of maps, a treaty, and a record of Indigenous songs and more.

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Treaty No.7.

Reproduction of Treaty No.7 between Lieutenant-Governor and Indian Superintendent of the North-West Territories David Laird, Commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police James Macleod, and the Blood [Kainai], Blackfoot Confederacy [Siksikaitsitapi] and Piegan [Piikáni] nations. This treaty was signed by Crowfoot [Isapo-Muxika], chief of the Siksika First Nation.

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