Innu group at Mingan, Quebec - 1920

Another historic paddle photo from the McCord Museum, this one exhibiting an Innu (Montagnais) family posing with slender, straight sided p.

Innu woman in traditional dress. The traditional dress is seldom seen in today’s age. - Name, date, location & photographer unidentified.

Innu woman in traditional dress. The traditional dress is seldom seen in today’s age. - Name, date, location & photographer unidentified.

Amazon.com: 1911 Print Portrait Montagnais Indians Canada Costume Fashion Dress Native Tribe - Original Halftone Print: Home & Kitchen

Amazon.com: 1911 Print Portrait Montagnais Indians Canada Costume Fashion Dress Native Tribe - Original Halftone Print: Home & Kitchen

MONTAGNAIS (Innu) Indians from Mashteuiatsh Reservation (Pte-Bleue) at their winter hunting camp, Lac-St-Jean, Québec, c.1930.  Photo by J. E. Chabot from Robertval. Real Photo Postcard edited between1920-1950

MONTAGNAIS (Innu) Indians from Mashteuiatsh Reservation (Pte-Bleue) at their winter hunting camp, Lac-St-Jean, Québec, Photo by J. Chabot from Robertval.

An Innu Hunter from Northern Labrador Wearing a Caribou-skin Coat, ca. 1910

Innu hunter in a group from northern Labrador wearing a caribou-skin coat, ca. Names and photographer unidentified. (BW copy)-© Adrian Tanner Department of Anthropology Memorial University of Newfoundland

Femmes Innues. - Date, lieu et photographe non identifiés.

Early photographs show healthy, self-sufficient people extracting a living from a harsh, but delicate land. Known to the French and English fur traders as the Montagnais-Naskapi Indians, the First Nation of Labrador prefers its own name, Innu Nation.


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