Atimoyoo, a Cree man armed with a lever action repeating rifle in traditional dress, circa A note with the photograph says his name was possibly Mooswa, but the family has subsequently identified him as Atimoyoo.
Old west wagon
Aboriginal family near Prince Albert, SK, 1919 by Musée McCord Museum, via Flickr
Drying moose meat in preparation for pemmican, Ile-a-la-Cross, SK n.
Saskatchewan has a colourful and complex literary history.
Cree Nēhiyaw camp near Vermilion, Alberta, in 1871
Métis family at their winter cabin in Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan.
Black and white photograph of "three men of the Sweetgrass Reserve on the occasion of Governor General Lord Tweedsmuir's visit." All three are in traditional costumes.
Great Depression in Canada Pictures
Mackenzie King drives a Bennett Buggy in Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan during the Great Depression. Named after Prime Minister R. Bennett, automobiles drawn by horses were used by farmers too poor to buy gas during the Great Depression in Canada.
Anonymous, The Portage, Saskatchewan Archives Board
Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site, #Saskatchewan