A photograph showing numerous Aboriginal pipes from what seems to be a private collection. Evidently the donor was from the Medicine Hat, Alberta area as the back is stamped "Medicine Hat Photo Finishers." On the back of the photograph is inscribed "34 Stone pipes in a nice oak case. I have quite a number of the stems."
A photograph of various Aboriginal artifacts including a bow and quiver with arrows, a flintlock pistol, an axe head, and a pipe. On the back is inscribed "This bow is half wood and half sinew There is no other like it in Canada. The Two long painted arrows were used on Buffalo. The gun is a flint lock." Presumably from a private collection in Medicine Hat, Alberta. On the back is typed "The Pender Agencies . . . Medicine Hat Canada".
An assortment of Aboriginal artifacts posed along a wall for a photograph. Presumably from a private collection in Medicine Hat. Includes flintlock and caplock rifles, a quiver with arrows, flintlock pistol, headdress, axe and tomahawk heads, beadwork, clothing, and smaller items. Some of these items also appear in S-B356.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 1885, p. 196
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A short article on the ongoing Northwest Resistance, including four sketches: 1. The fort at Battleford; 2. The South Saskatchewan; 3. Steamers loading at Medicine Hat; 4. The Revolt of the Half-Breeds.
Folder containing newspaper clippings, captions, didactic panels from and relating to a photographic exhibition entitled "First Nations of the Southern Prairies" hosted at the Medicine Hat Museum and Art Gallery.
Original entitled "Indian Relics Horns and Antlers." Possibly from a private collection in or near Medicine Hat, Alberta. Includes numerous bison and deer horns and antlers hanging on a wall. On the back is written "You will notice 3 stone balls at the bottom of this snap. The Indians used them for bowling on the green." Two rifles also appear visible.