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[Boats at portage]
N-1979-058: 0016 · Item · 1901
Part of C. W. Mathers fonds

Loading the boats again after making the third portage, Slave River. Flour here is worth $10 a hundred lbs. [Photo from C.W. Mathers' photo album "The Far North" requests for copies should be made to the Provincial Archives of Alberta]

[Slave River]
N-1979-058: 0017 · Item · 1901
Part of C. W. Mathers fonds

One of the pretty spots on Slave River [Photo from C.W. Mathers' photo album "The Far North" requests for copies should be made to the Provincial Archives of Alberta]

[Portage]
N-1979-058: 0018 · Item · 1901
Part of C. W. Mathers fonds

Indians [First Nations people] running a boat through the rapids on the second portage, Slave River. The boats are run in the channels of the river thereby avoiding the heavier swells in the main part of the river which is a mile wide and almost impossible to run a boat through. [Photo from C.W. Mathers' photo album "The Far North" requests for copies should be made to the Provincial Archives of Alberta]

N-1979-058: 0022 · Item · 1901
Part of C. W. Mathers fonds

An indian packer with an average load of 200 lbs. [Indigenous man carrying a heavy load on his back. Photo from C.W. Mathers' photo album "The Far North" requests for copies should be made to the Provincial Archives of Alberta]

N-1979-058: 0023 · Item · 1901
Part of C. W. Mathers fonds

A moose and teepee [tipi]. The moose is not much used being too difficult to train, dogs are used almost now exclusively instead. [Moose in harness]. [Photo from C.W. Mathers' photo album "The Far North" requests for copies should be made to the Provincial Archives of Alberta]

N-1979-058: 0026 · Item · 1901
Part of C. W. Mathers fonds

Eskimaux [Inuk] man and family, the man holds in his hand what is called a snow knife made from a file used to cut blocks of snow in making snow huts [igloos]. [Photo from C.W. Mathers' photo album "The Far North" requests for copies should be made to the Provincial Archives of Alberta]

[Man]
N-1981-001: 0080 · Item · 1905
Part of Henry Jones fonds

H.B.Co. Trader 1905. [Unidentified man in elaborately designed clothing holding rifle that is covered in skin casing.]

[Man]
N-1981-001: 0081 · Item · 1905
Part of Henry Jones fonds

H.B.Co. Trader-1905. [Unidentified man in elaborately designed clothing holding rifle that is covered in skin casing.]

[Hay River]
N-1991-045: 0021 · Item · July 27, 1907, copied 1991
Part of Harry Day fonds

The scows leaving Athabasca Ld. [Landing], July 27th/07. The [French?] Lady, the Police-man looking for fire water, Mr. Vale [teacher at Hay River?] and ourselves [the Days]. The long poles are oars. The one at the back of Harry is the sweep. Taken by Bishop Reeve.

[Hay River]
N-1988-039: 0038 · Item · 1893-01-01 - 1907-12-31
Part of Thomas Marsh fonds

Hay River Mission. Great Slave Lake. [St. Peter's Anglican Mission. 1893-1907. Possibly under construction by storm-bound Klondikers, fall 1897-spring 1898].