Clallam woman weaving, Painting by Paul Kane (Royal Ontario Museum) --oo-- Link is to Coast Salish history page. This shows a wool dog whose hair was combined with wild goat fleece and spun to make yarn for blankets.

Scene in the Northwest by Paul Kane, sold for over 5 million dollars! Appears to represent a Métis winter camp, dog team and carriole sled JE.

"Cunnewabum - Métis Girl, Fort Edmonton" Painted by Paul Kane, This famous portrait shows "a Cree - mixed blood girl sheltering her face with a swan's wing". Kane asked if he could have her dress-it is in the Royal Ontario Museums collection.

Painted by Paul Kane, a Canadian artist, Courtesy Royal Ontario Museum. Probably a Blackfoot chief -- Paul Kane painted two other images of "Big Snake" and identified both as a Blackfoot Chief.

Scene in the Northwest by Paul Kane, sold for over 5 million dollars! Appears to represent a Métis winter camp, dog team and carriole sled JE.

Blackfoot warrior, painted by Paul Kane, a Canadian artist, Courtesy Royal Ontario Museum.

ttendant Women Dancers of the Scalp Dance from the Chualpay or Kettle Tribe Painting by Paul Kane Painting by Paul Kane

This selection of illustrations from books, maps and serials shows some of the variety of approaches that European and European-American artists took in depicting the Indians of North America, from the to the century.

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