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.

Quebec Native Americans | Les premières Nations du Québec

Quebec Native Americans | Les premières Nations du Québec

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.

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

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.

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.

Innu children in traditional dress. No names, no date, no location, photographer unidentified.

Chloé Sainte-Marie - Mamitunenitanum et Je sais que tu sais - coco Magnanville

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