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[Children in a classroom]

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, facing the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik, or possibly Aklavik.]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Children in a classroom]

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, facing the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik, or possibly Aklavik.]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Children in a classroom]

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, facing the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik.]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Children walking outside]

[Children walking outside. In the distance there is a large warehouse-type building and a truck. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's class of students in Inuvik or Aklavik. One child wears a shirt that says "Inuvik".]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Children in a classroom]

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, doing schoolwork and facing away from the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik, or possibly Aklavik.]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Children in a classroom]

[Children sitting at their desks inside a classroom, facing the camera. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's classroom in Inuvik.]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Children walking outside]

[Children walking outside. In the distance there is a large warehouse-type building and a truck. This is most likely Maxine Colbourne's class of students in Inuvik or Aklavik.]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Boys chopping wood]

[A group of boys watch two boys chopping wood with axes. The boys are wearing leather jackets, jeans, and red and white hats. On the side are a tractor and boxes.]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Boys chopping wood]

[A group of boys watch two boys chopping wood with axes. The boys are wearing leather jackets, jeans, and red and white hats.]

Colbourne, Maxine

[Caribou]

[A small herd of caribou walk on a snow covered frozen lake in winter, possibly close to Jackfish lake.]

[Yellowknife]

Boodway [Beaudoin?] Jackie Terry 1945 [A man and a woman holding a child (Jackie and Terry Murphy) crouch in a yard (possibly at Sam Otto's place), Yellowknife. A cabin and a wood pile are at left.]

[People/Person]

"The founders: left to right, 1st row, Sr. Bousier [Boursier], Sr. Colombine, Sr. Boivert [Boisvers]; left to right, 2nd row, Sr. Aigle D'Aigle], Sr. Brunelle, Sr. Ward, Sup. Sr. Michow, Sr. Masse."

Porritt, Bobby, 1905-1984

Hislop and Nagle's post, now Fort Rae, 1890. When I was living in Fort Rae 1902-3, the caribou were along the shore west of the channel in thousands. There were only 4-5 men in the Post. You could hear them shooting. Later, they came with caribou on toboggans to the post. Unloading the fresh meat and returning. The thing that always stayed in my mind was when they dumped the meat out - the blood ran on to the snow. I don't know how many caribou were killed but the whole channel west near the other shore was black with animals, it seemed miles long.

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