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Aboriginal man with gloves
Aboriginal man with gloves
Image of an Aboriginal man wearing gloves, and two medallions on the front of his coat. It is unclear as to what those medallions were for, or what they signified. There is some water damage on the bottom-right side of the photograph., Donated by Barry, Bud and Murray Buchanan, [Same person as in 206?], Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal man with long sash
Aboriginal man with long sash
Image of an Aboriginal man in traditional dress. He is wearing a roach headdress. Around his neck, is a conch shell. He also has a long sash, which signifies his prestige among his people. He is wearing a buckskin jacket, and his pants are definitely Aboriginal-made, as opposed to European., Donated by Barry, Bud and Murray Buchanan, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal man with medicine-calling backrest banner
Aboriginal man with medicine-calling backrest banner
Image of an Aboriginal man holding a red ensign in his left hand. Around his neck, is a conch. His earring is also of a conch, with a feather attached to it. In the background, to the right of this man, is a medicine-calling backrest banner. This banner is located at the Cannington Manor Historic Park today., Donated by Barry, Bud and Murray Buchanan, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal man with white gloves
Aboriginal man with white gloves
A photograph pertaining to Adrian Paton's personal photographic collection and accompanying audio from an interview with Mr. Paton regarding that collection.
Aboriginal men on horseback
Aboriginal men on horseback
A photograph pertaining to Adrian Paton's personal photographic collection and accompanying audio from an interview with Mr. Paton regarding that collection.
Aboriginal people at the Arcola fair
Aboriginal people at the Arcola fair
Image of a number of Aboriginal people at the Arcola fair. A large crowd of white spectators look on., Donated by Phillus Cameron, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal people in a horse-drawn wagon
Aboriginal people in a horse-drawn wagon
Image of two Aboriginal people on a horse-drawn wagon. There is a stone granary in the background on the left. The photo was taken five miles north of Arcola on the Scotty Bryce farm., Donated by Jean McKellar, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal people in front of a fort
Aboriginal people in front of a fort
Image of three Aboriginal people in front of a fort. It has been speculated that this fort was at Fort McCloud., Donated by Eleanor Smith, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal people on a wagon
Aboriginal people on a wagon
Image of a few Aboriginal women on a horse-drawn carriage on the LeMesurier farm near Cannington Manor., Donated by Betty Downey, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal woman and a bundle
Aboriginal woman and a bundle
Image of an Aboriginal woman who worked for the LeMesurier family. This woman was from the White Bear Indian Reservation. The bundle that is in front of her is likely clothing. This photograph was taken on the LeMesurier farm near Cannington Manor., Donated by Betty Downey, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal woman and her child
Aboriginal woman and her child
Image of an Aboriginal woman, with her child on her back. She has wrapped herself in a blanket. This photo was taken at the Wood Mountain stampede., Donated by Thelma Watts, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Aboriginal woman and her children
Aboriginal woman and her children
Image of an Aboriginal woman and her children. There is a barn in the background, to the right., Donated by the Jamieson Museum, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.

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