Three chiefs – Piegan:Three proud old leaders of their people. A picture of the primal upland prairies with their waving grass and limpid streams. A glimpse of the life and conditions which are on the verge of Edward Sheriff Curtis Photography.
NOLIN, CHARLES, Métis farmer, fur trader, and politician; b. 1837 in St Boniface (Man.), son of Augustin Nolin and Hélène-Anne Cameron; m. first Marie-Anne Harrison (d. 1877); m. secondly Rosalie Lépine, widow of Godefroi Lagimodière; from the two marriages he had at least eleven children and he adopted two sons; d. 28 Jan. 1907 at Outarde (Goose) Lake, near Battleford, Sask.
Ac ko mok ki (the Feathers), An Indian Map of the Different Tribes that Inhabit on the East West Side of the Rocky Mountains with all the rivers other remarkbl. places, also the number of Tents, etc. (1801). Courtesy of the Hudson's Bay Company Archives, Archives of Manitoba.
Old Jukes Coulson Camp Knife Hudson's Bay Company Trade Knife Sheffield