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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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Date
1880
Material
skin; glass
Catalogue Number
103.01.0019 a,b
Description
A pair of beaded leather armlets. The design on each armlet is a turquoise background with vertical stripes and two stepped triangular shapes done in dark blue and red beads. There is scalloped beadwork around the edges, and thong ties at each end.
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Title
Armlet Jewelry
Date
1880
Material
skin; glass
Dimensions
29.0 cm
Description
A pair of beaded leather armlets. The design on each armlet is a turquoise background with vertical stripes and two stepped triangular shapes done in dark blue and red beads. There is scalloped beadwork around the edges, and thong ties at each end.
Subject
Indians
Cree
beadwork
crafts
decorative
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.01.0019 a,b
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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
1910 – 1920
Material
skin; glass; metal; fibre
Catalogue Number
103.07.1083
Description
One pair of women’s beaded buckskin gauntlets with fringe along side of cuff. Floral beadwork in green, blue, red, pink and metallic beads.
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Title
Beaded Gloves
Date
1910 – 1920
Material
skin; glass; metal; fibre
Dimensions
19.0 x 30.5 cm
Description
One pair of women’s beaded buckskin gauntlets with fringe along side of cuff. Floral beadwork in green, blue, red, pink and metallic beads.
Subject
Indians
beadwork
Cree
Bertha Oliver
Credit
Gift of Gwen Barker, Banff, 1999
Catalogue Number
103.07.1083
Images
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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
Indians
Manitoba
Woodland Cree
beadwork
costumes
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
103.01.0044
Images
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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
Indians
beadwork
Cree
Bertha Oliver
Credit
Gift of Gwen Barker, Banff, 1999
Catalogue Number
103.03.1112 a,b
Images
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Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1977
Author
Cameron, William Bleasdell
Publisher
Edmonton : Hurtig Publishers
Call Number
08.1 C14b
Author
Cameron, William Bleasdell
Responsibility
William Bleadsdell Cameron
Publisher
Edmonton : Hurtig Publishers
Published Date
1977
Physical Description
xxiii, 225 pages ; 21 cm
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Cree
Abstract
Pertains to the story of William Bleasdell Cameron, a European settler who was held captive during the Frog Lake Massacre of April, 1885. Cameron tells of the two months he was held captive, as well as his escape during the Battle of Frenchman’s Butte. Formerly titled, The War Trail of Big Bear, the title was changed to Blood Red the Sun in the 1940’s.
Contents
Introduction (pg. ix)
I. The Annuity Payments at Fort Pitt (pg. 1)
II. When Poundmaker Defied the N.W.M.P. (pg. 9)
III. The Winter of 1884-5 (pg. 25)
IV. Before the outbreak (pg. 28)
V. Big-Lie Day (pg. 33)
VI. The Mutter of the Drums (pg. 37)
VII. In the Power of the Hostiles (pg. 40)
VIII. The Massacre (pg. 47)
IX. Out of the Gloom (pg. 58)
X. The Rescue of the White Women (pg. 67)
XI. In the Crucible (pg. 72)
XII. Big Bear Scores His Followers (pg. 83)
XIII. A Council of War (pg. 87)
XIV. The Fall of Fort Pit (pg. 93)
XV. Three Scouts (pg. 102)
XVI. Perilous Moments (pg. 109)
XVII. Days in Camp (pg. 113)
XVIII. An Indian Cannibal (pg. 123)
XIX: In the Red Man's book (pg. 126)
XX: More Days in Camp (pg. 132)
XXI: The Turning of the Tide (pg. 140)
XXII: The Thirst Dance (pg. 147)
XXIII: Meeminook (pg. 155)
XXIV: The Battle of Frenchman's Butte (pg. 159)
XXV: Safe! (pg. 171)
XXVI: With the Alberta Field Force (pg. 177)
XXVII: Fort Pitt Once More (pg. 187)
XXVIII: The Indian Trials (pg. 195)
XXIX: The Executions (pg. 204)
XXX: Conclusion (pg. 213)
The Frog Lake Memorial (pg. 223)
Notes
First ed., Toronto, Ryerson Press, published in 1926 under title: The war trail of Big Bear
Accession Number
2019.71
Call Number
08.1 C14b
Collection
Archives Library
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Date
prior to 1870
Material
stone, catlinite; wood; quill; fibre
Catalogue Number
109.02.0014 a,b
Description
A quill-wrapped wooden pipe stem with a carved pipestone bowl.a) A long pipe stem made from a hollowed piece of wood wrapped with multi-coloured quills. b) A red-brown right angle pipe bowl carved from pipestone.
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Title
Calumet
Date
prior to 1870
Material
stone, catlinite; wood; quill; fibre
Dimensions
8.5 (bowl) x 54.0 cm
Description
A quill-wrapped wooden pipe stem with a carved pipestone bowl.a) A long pipe stem made from a hollowed piece of wood wrapped with multi-coloured quills. b) A red-brown right angle pipe bowl carved from pipestone.
Subject
Indians, Stoney
Indians, Plains Cree
Indians, Woodland Ojibway
Indians, Plains Ojibway
crafts
carving
quillwork
smoking
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
109.02.0014 a,b
Images
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Date
1910 – 1920
Material
skin; quill; glass; fibre
Catalogue Number
109.02.0006
Description
A long deerskin pouch with a rounded top and long fringe along the bottom edge. A thong threaded through slits near the top closes the bag. The bag has quill binding trim. The bottom third of the bag is completely beaded with a white background and a large three stemmed flower and leaves in gree…
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Title
Calumet Bag
Date
1910 – 1920
Material
skin; quill; glass; fibre
Dimensions
16.0 x 63.0 cm
Description
A long deerskin pouch with a rounded top and long fringe along the bottom edge. A thong threaded through slits near the top closes the bag. The bag has quill binding trim. The bottom third of the bag is completely beaded with a white background and a large three stemmed flower and leaves in greens, blue, pink, red and yellow.
Subject
Indians, Plains Cree
Indians, Saulteaux
crafts
beadwork
quillwork
smoking
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
109.02.0006
Images
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Date
1960 – 1970
Material
skin; wood; glass; hair; feathers
Catalogue Number
108.05.0089
Description
Small Indian man wearing grey buckskins, red and yellow beads, feather headdress, and carved wooden face. Very plain buckskin costume with fringes at shirt bottom, sides of leggings and across back shoulders. Yellow and red bead necklace, and trimming on costume and moccasins. Unpainted wooden head…
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Title
Doll
Date
1960 – 1970
Material
skin; wood; glass; hair; feathers
Dimensions
28.5 x 4.0 cm
Description
Small Indian man wearing grey buckskins, red and yellow beads, feather headdress, and carved wooden face. Very plain buckskin costume with fringes at shirt bottom, sides of leggings and across back shoulders. Yellow and red bead necklace, and trimming on costume and moccasins. Unpainted wooden head has carved features with pursed lips, and extends to form torso under clothing. Six small feathers in band form headdress. Straight brown hair glued to head is cut off at shoulders. Hands are flat cut outs from buckskin, with black feather stitched to left hand. Armature of body seems to be wire.
Subject
Indians
Native
Indigenous, Shoshone-Cree
Italian
playthings
children
Sarain Stump
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
108.05.0089
Images
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