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Aboriginal overkill and the biogeography of moose in western North America

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue14523
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1997
Author
Kay, Charles E.
Publisher
Alces Vol. 33
Call Number
04 K18abo Pam
Author
Kay, Charles E.
Publisher
Alces Vol. 33
Published Date
1997
Physical Description
24 pages
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Animal populations
First Nations - (SEE ALSO Indians)
Hunting
Yellowstone National Park
Notes
Includes bibliographical references - proposes that moose populations and habitat was controlled by First Nations hunting - includes hypothesis of "Aboriginal Overkill" and that First Nations were ultimate "keystone predator"
Call Number
04 K18abo Pam
Collection
Archives Library
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Aboriginal overkill: the role of Native Americans in structuring western ecosystems

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue14493
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1994
Author
Kay, Charles E.
Publisher
Human Nature, Vol. 5, No. 4
Call Number
04 K18a Pam
Author
Kay, Charles E.
Publisher
Human Nature, Vol. 5, No. 4
Published Date
1994
Physical Description
39 pages and illustrations
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Conservation
Ecology
First Nations - (SEE ALSO Indians)
Hunting
Notes
Includes bibliographical references - discusses traditional Native American hunting practices controlling ungulate populations and ecosystems - Yellowstone National Park - carnivore predation - age and sex of ungulates hunted and First Nations conservation practices
Call Number
04 K18a Pam
Collection
Archives Library
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Date
1955 – 1965
Material
paper; skin; fibre
Catalogue Number
105.01.1004 a-c
Description
Advertising poster of the Brewster Stubby Knife. a yellow cardboard poster (35.5 x 27.5) advertising the Brewster Stubby Knife. Two leather sheaths are held by white elastic, displayed diagonally across the right 2/3 of poster, the upper sheath is tan, the lower dark brown. Surrounding the sheaths …
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Title
Advertising Poster
Date
1955 – 1965
Material
paper; skin; fibre
Dimensions
35.5 x 27.5 cm
Description
Advertising poster of the Brewster Stubby Knife. a yellow cardboard poster (35.5 x 27.5) advertising the Brewster Stubby Knife. Two leather sheaths are held by white elastic, displayed diagonally across the right 2/3 of poster, the upper sheath is tan, the lower dark brown. Surrounding the sheaths are 15 reasons to buy the knife. The price (5.95) is in large black numbers in bottom left corner.
Subject
sports
hunting
fishing
F. O. (Pat) Brewster
Credit
Gift of Karin MacAulay, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
105.01.1004 a-c
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Alberta's war on wolves, then and now

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue13450
Medium
Library - Periodical
Author
Dekker, Dick
Call Number
P
Author
Dekker, Dick
Physical Description
p.16-20 : ill
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Caribou
Hunting
Wildlife management
Notes
In Wild Lands Advocate, vol.15, no.5 (October 2007)
Call Number
P
Collection
Archives Library
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Part Of
Bert Riggall fonds
Scope & Content
Album contains 131 b&w prints, tipped in, some captioned. "Alberta Trip 1919" embossed in gold on front of album. Prints pertain to a pack trip taken by Jack Winton, C.B. Velie, Les Buck, and Ned Schultz. The prints document camps, camp life, shaving in camp, rafting on Wall Lake, pack trains and h…
Date Range
1919
Reference Code
V26 / III / A10 / PD - 1
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Bert Riggall fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
III. Professional Photography: Guiding and Hunting Trips
Reference Code
V26 / III / A10 / PD - 1
Date Range
1919
Physical Description
Photograph Album: 1 photograph album (131 b&w prints)
Scope & Content
Album contains 131 b&w prints, tipped in, some captioned. "Alberta Trip 1919" embossed in gold on front of album. Prints pertain to a pack trip taken by Jack Winton, C.B. Velie, Les Buck, and Ned Schultz. The prints document camps, camp life, shaving in camp, rafting on Wall Lake, pack trains and horses, and various landscape views.
Subject Access
Camping, Pack trains, Hunting
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
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Allan Brooks : artist naturalist

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue4467
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1979
Author
Laing, Hamilton M
Publisher
Victoria : British Columbia Provincial Museum
Edition
[1st ed]
Call Number
06.1 B79l
Author
Laing, Hamilton M
Edition
[1st ed]
Publisher
Victoria : British Columbia Provincial Museum
Published Date
1979
Physical Description
249p. : ill., ports
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Animals
Hunting
Notes
Bibliography
ISBN
0-7718-8110-X
Accession Number
18000
Call Number
06.1 B79l
Collection
Archives Library
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An alternative interpretation of the historical evidence relating to the abundance of wolves in the Yellowstone ecosystem in Ecology and Conservation of Wolves in a Changing World

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue14529
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1995
Author
Kay, Charles E.
Publisher
Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
Call Number
04 K18an Pam
Author
Kay, Charles E.
Publisher
Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
Published Date
1995
Physical Description
10 pages and illustrations and figures
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Ecology
First Nations - (SEE ALSO Indians)
Hunting
Ungulates
Yellowstone National Park
Notes
Photocopy from a monograph of selected papers presented at the Second North American Symposium on Wolves, held in Edmonton in August 1992 - includes historical observations of past explorers to Yellowstone National Park in regards to game (including wolves) between 1835-76 - includes "Aboriginal Overkill" hypothesis
Call Number
04 K18an Pam
Collection
Archives Library
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Animals my adventure

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue6803
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1955
1954
1952
Author
Heck, Lutz
Publisher
London : Scientific Book Club
Call Number
04.2 H35
Author
Heck, Lutz
Responsibility
translated by E.W. Dickes
Publisher
London : Scientific Book Club
Published Date
1955
1954
1952
Physical Description
x, 170p. : ill
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Hunting
Mammals
Accession Number
11000
Call Number
04.2 H35
Collection
Archives Library
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Artist
Niviaksiak
Date
1960
Medium
stencil on paper
Catalogue Number
NiV.04.02
Description
General colour: blue and black on white. A blue figure fills the lower two thirds of the picture. He looks up, aims an arrow at the four black birds flying to the right of the top.
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Artist
Niviaksiak
Title
The Archer
Date
1960
Medium
stencil on paper
Dimensions
54.3 x 30.1 cm
Description
General colour: blue and black on white. A blue figure fills the lower two thirds of the picture. He looks up, aims an arrow at the four black birds flying to the right of the top.
Subject
figure, male
animal, bird
hunting
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1971
Catalogue Number
NiV.04.02
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Date
1910 – 1950
Material
wood; metal; plastic; feather; paint
Catalogue Number
104.05.0003 a-z, aa
Description
A set of twenty-seven arrows: - Four handmade wooden Indian arrows with three feathers at one notched end. The other end of each arrow is sharpened to a point. There are coloured bands painted under the feathers. - Ten very thin wooden arrows with pointed metal tips. The notched end of each arrow…
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Title
Arrow
Date
1910 – 1950
Material
wood; metal; plastic; feather; paint
Dimensions
72.0 (average) cm
Description
A set of twenty-seven arrows: - Four handmade wooden Indian arrows with three feathers at one notched end. The other end of each arrow is sharpened to a point. There are coloured bands painted under the feathers. - Ten very thin wooden arrows with pointed metal tips. The notched end of each arrow has small feathers and painted coloured bands. Four of these arrows are marked “South Bend Quality Tackle Bait Co.”. Two of these arrows are marked “The Oreno Pat. Pending”.- Five wooden arrows with pointed metal tips. These arrows have red, yellow and white bands at the feathered end. One of these arrows has a pointed spike projecting from the tip. These arrows are marked “made in U.S.A. Rounsville-Pohm, Hazel Crest, Ill. 29”. - Two wooden arrows with pointed metal tips at one end, and plastic notches at the other. There are red, white, blue and yellow bands at the notched end of each arrow. - Two arrows with blue and white bands at the notched feathered end. These arrows have a darker harder wood piece, with a metal tip, scarfed to the other end.- One handmade arrow, in the manner of Indian arrows, that is painted blue at the notched end. The opposite end is sharpened to a point. - Three odd arrows: one arrow with a plastic tip and faded blue bands at the notched, feathered end; one arrow with a red and yellow band at the notched feathered end and metal tip; one arrow that was once painted completely red with plastic notch and metal tip (no feathers).
Subject
Indians
hunting
households
sports, archery
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.05.0003 a-z, aa
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