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A.A. Chesterfield Ungava portraits, 1902-04

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue21160
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1983
Author
James, William C.
Publisher
Kingston (Ont.) : Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Call Number
TR680 C3 J2
Author
James, William C.
Responsibility
William C. James
Publisher
Kingston (Ont.) : Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Published Date
1983
Physical Description
47p. : maps, b&w ports.
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Chesterfield, A.A. - Exhibitions
Eskimos
Photography - Portraits - Exhibitions
Portraits - Exhibitions
Cree Indians
Notes
French title : A.A. Chesterfield gens de l'ungava, 1902-04
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Feb. 24 - Apr. 3, 1983
Collection of Cree and Inuit portraits (photographs)
Text in English and French
Includes bibliographical references
Call Number
TR680 C3 J2
Location
Art Library is located in Curatorial Department - Please contact Curatorial Department for access
Collection
Art Library
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The battle at Belly River : stories of the last great Indian battle

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue25100
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1966
Author
Johnstone, Alexander
Publisher
Lethbridge : Lethbridge Branch, Historical Society of Alberta
Call Number
08.2 J62t PAM
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Author
Johnstone, Alexander
Publisher
Lethbridge : Lethbridge Branch, Historical Society of Alberta
Published Date
1966
Physical Description
22 pages : illustrations, maps
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Lethbridge
Lethbridge, Alberta
Rivers
First Nations
Cree
Blackfoot
Abstract
Pertains to the Battle at Belly River between Cree, Blackfeet Indigenous Peoples - descriptions of eye witness accounts and includes maps and photographs
Contents
Introduction The Last Great Indian Battle Other Accounts Summing Up Pictorial Representations of the Battle References Acknowledgements
Accession Number
3069a
Call Number
08.2 J62t PAM
Collection
Archives Library
URL Notes
Lethbridge Historical Society website
Websites
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Date
1880 – 1910
Material
skin, deer; fibre; glass
Catalogue Number
103.05.0013
Description
A very short, completely beaded, tabard with beaded strips sewn to each shoulder forming cap sleeves. Each side of the jacket is beaded with a white background containing four large red and blue square figures with V-shaped “staircase” in the middle, on either side of central vertical bar of the s…
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Title
Beaded Jacket
Date
1880 – 1910
Material
skin, deer; fibre; glass
Dimensions
51.5 x 25.3 cm
Description
A very short, completely beaded, tabard with beaded strips sewn to each shoulder forming cap sleeves. Each side of the jacket is beaded with a white background containing four large red and blue square figures with V-shaped “staircase” in the middle, on either side of central vertical bar of the same red adn blues. A series of small read and blue stepped triangles from a band a the top and bottom of the bodice. The beads are worked on canvas which is rolled at the neck to form edging, and edged with red fabric at the bottom. Short bead strips are sewn to each shoulder, and each has a design of two large white diamond shapes around a blue diamond and a yellow ochre diamond, with a horizontally divided background in the blue and yellow ochre colour. The diamond shapes are outlined with black and red glass beads. Short buckskin thongs tie the tabard together at the corners under the arms.
Subject
Indigenous
Stoney
Plains
Cree
ceremonial
children
beadwork
regalia
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.05.0013
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Date
1972
Material
fibre; feather; plastic; glass; skin
Catalogue Number
106.06.3032 a,b
Description
Navy blue fabric martingale and horse collar with beaded floral decoration. Each piece is edged with red fabric. a) “V” - shaped collar edged with feathers and thread fringe. Floral pattern in blue, white, orange and red is repeated on each arm of “V.” The collar is also decorated with sequins…
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Title
Beaded Martingale
Date
1972
Material
fibre; feather; plastic; glass; skin
Dimensions
19.0 (a); 37.0 (b) x 45.0 (a); 69.0 (b) cm
Description
Navy blue fabric martingale and horse collar with beaded floral decoration. Each piece is edged with red fabric. a) “V” - shaped collar edged with feathers and thread fringe. Floral pattern in blue, white, orange and red is repeated on each arm of “V.” The collar is also decorated with sequins held in place with beads. Tag with CRW writing: “Rachel Wildman wife of Killian from Nordegg - will pick up next Mon - Oct 12 1972” and other writing “Plains Cree horse ornament.”b) Martingale with two long strips, with striped fabric ties at one end, joined by a rectable at the centre. Both strips have one forked end and are decorated with a flipped, repeated pattern of orange, blue and white flowers. The centre piece has a white flower centred at the bottom with two blue and green flowers above. The martingale is also decorated with sequins held in place with beads. A strip of green fabric is attached to one side.
Subject
Indigenous
Plains Cree
Rachel Wildman
beadwork
animals, horses
regalia
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
106.06.3032 a,b
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Date
1910 – 1920
Material
glass; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.01.0044
Description
A small, delicately beaded, crown shaped medallion with black woven fabric backing. Shaped with flat bottom, sides slightly flaring outward and a rounded top. Complicated design finely worked with blue beads of varying shades which are then defined with accent lines of dark red or brass beads and…
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Title
Beaded Medallion
Date
1910 – 1920
Material
glass; fibre
Dimensions
9.0 x 7.0 cm
Description
A small, delicately beaded, crown shaped medallion with black woven fabric backing. Shaped with flat bottom, sides slightly flaring outward and a rounded top. Complicated design finely worked with blue beads of varying shades which are then defined with accent lines of dark red or brass beads and some white. The whole is framed with black beads. Design is very sophisticated with leaf or petal like shapes at the middle and straight lines of beading following the edges of the piece, with a wavy band across the bottom, and white triangles clustered at the top.
Subject
Indigenous
Manitoba
Woodland Cree
beadwork;regalia
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.01.0044
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Date
1940 – 1950
Material
skin, deer; fibre, silk
Catalogue Number
103.03.0010 a,b
Description
A pair of soft moccasins shaped to the foot and sewn around the sole. Each moccasin has an ankle flap with leather thongs for tying. They are decorated with very simple three and four petalled flowers and leaves embroidered on the instep with pink, red and blue silk thread.
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Title
Beaded Moccasins
Date
1940 – 1950
Material
skin, deer; fibre, silk
Dimensions
25.0 cm
Description
A pair of soft moccasins shaped to the foot and sewn around the sole. Each moccasin has an ankle flap with leather thongs for tying. They are decorated with very simple three and four petalled flowers and leaves embroidered on the instep with pink, red and blue silk thread.
Subject
Indigenous
Stoney
Cree
decorative
needlework
regalia
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.03.0010 a,b
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Date
1910 – 1920
Material
skin; fibre; glass; metal
Catalogue Number
103.03.1112 a,b
Description
One pair of women’s slipper-style moccasins. Velvet edging around opening. Floral beadwork on vamp and around ankle in green, red, blue, pink and metallic beads. Pink and purple piping outlining vamp.
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Title
Beaded Moccasins
Date
1910 – 1920
Material
skin; fibre; glass; metal
Dimensions
24.0 x 11.0 cm
Description
One pair of women’s slipper-style moccasins. Velvet edging around opening. Floral beadwork on vamp and around ankle in green, red, blue, pink and metallic beads. Pink and purple piping outlining vamp.
Subject
Indigenous
beadwork
Cree
Bertha Oliver
regalia
Credit
Gift of Gwen Barker, Banff, 1999
Catalogue Number
103.03.1112 a,b
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Date
1920 – 1930
Material
skin; quill, porcupine; glass; fibre; metal
Catalogue Number
103.07.0037 a,b
Description
A piece of leather (possibly moosehide) in the shape of a very wide tied cravat (a). The cravat has a floral design running up the centre, done in embroidered quillwork, that ends in a flower in the centre of the 'knot'. Outlined with satin in a contrasting colour and edged with beads, the cravat…
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Title
Beaded Necktie
Date
1920 – 1930
Material
skin; quill, porcupine; glass; fibre; metal
Dimensions
15.0 (a); 7.5 (b) x 29.5 (a); 39.0 (b) cm
Description
A piece of leather (possibly moosehide) in the shape of a very wide tied cravat (a). The cravat has a floral design running up the centre, done in embroidered quillwork, that ends in a flower in the centre of the 'knot'. Outlined with satin in a contrasting colour and edged with beads, the cravat attaches to a matching collar. The collar (b) is also leather, and its contruction and beadwork design match the cravat.
Subject
Indigenous, Cree
decorative
regalia
beadwork
quillwork
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.07.0037 a,b
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Date
1885 – 1910
Material
hide, caribou; fibre; fabric
Catalogue Number
103.08.0011
Description
A purse made of a soft caribou hide pouch topped with black velvet. The hide is embroidered in silk with a bouquet of flowers and an inscription “Mrs. J. Brewster” and “Winnipeg Man”.
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Title
Beaded Purse
Date
1885 – 1910
Material
hide, caribou; fibre; fabric
Dimensions
16.0 x 29.0 cm
Description
A purse made of a soft caribou hide pouch topped with black velvet. The hide is embroidered in silk with a bouquet of flowers and an inscription “Mrs. J. Brewster” and “Winnipeg Man”.
Subject
Indigenous, Cree
decorative
regalia
embroidery
Isabella Brewster
Metis
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.08.0011
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Date
1890 – 1950
Material
skin; glass; fibre
Catalogue Number
106.06.0001
Description
Beaded saddle made from pieces of leather, roughly in the shape of a cross, with notched edges and a cinch at one side. The top and bottom arms of the cross hold two padded pillows, each covered with beads of blue and white (patterns on front pillows different from that on back ones), with beaded …
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Title
Beaded Saddle
Date
1890 – 1950
Material
skin; glass; fibre
Dimensions
93.0 x 49.0 cm
Description
Beaded saddle made from pieces of leather, roughly in the shape of a cross, with notched edges and a cinch at one side. The top and bottom arms of the cross hold two padded pillows, each covered with beads of blue and white (patterns on front pillows different from that on back ones), with beaded rectangular flaps and two rounded tabs hanging from each pillow. The each tab has a long string of beads with a tassel hanging at the end.
Subject
Indigenous
Plains Ojibwa
Cree
crafts
beadwork
ceremonial
transportation
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
106.06.0001
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