Cree woman with fur robe (The North American Indian, v. XVIII. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press) - 1000Museums
SKU: 45731Creator: Edward Sheriff CurtisDate: 1928Original Medium: PhotogravureLocation: University of Southern California Libraries
SMOKE EYES AND WATER
View of a Native American (Plains) camp shows men, women, children, horses, and tepees. The people are posing, working, and relaxing in groups. - 1880/1910
Coca-Cola Store Las Vegas - 2021 What to Know Before You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor
Coca-Cola Store Las Vegas, Las Vegas: See 1,259 reviews, articles, and 700 photos of Coca-Cola Store Las Vegas, ranked No.452 on Tripadvisor among 452 attractions in Las Vegas.
Hartland Covered Bridge New Brunswick - Photo & Travel Idea Canada
The Hartland Covered Bridge in Hartland, along the Saint John river, New Brunswick is a historic landmark that opened in 1901 to make travel easier across the river.
WILDFLOWER SEEDS - Myosotis asiatica (Forget Me Nots) Wild Flower Seeds & Plants
Wild About Flowers is a supplier of authentic native perennial Forget Me Nots (Myosotis asiatica) wildflower seeds and plugs for use in self-sustainable, waterwize gardening and landscaping.
The Jack of Hearts
This year, I'm proud to present a Dominion Day photacular. From our bulging collection of Canadian roadside attractions. "Big Stupid Fish" -- Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario "Canada Goose" -- Wawa, Ontario "Winnie the Pooh" -- White River, Ontario Happy Dominion Day, Pooh-bear. "Bicycles on a Standard (for some reason)" -- Manitouwadge, Ontario "Terry Fox Memorial" -- Thunder Bay, Ontario "Max, the Moose" -- Dryden, Ontario "Husky, the Muskie" -- Kenora, Ontario "Inukshuk" -- Vermillion Bay…
Top 5 Things To Do in Edmonton
Edmonton, the capital city of Alberta, Canada, is the hometown of my hubby Kev, but ever since I moved to Calgary, we rarely visited there. 'There's nothing much to see besides Whyte Avenue and West Edmonton Mall ,' Kev responded when I curiously questioned what the city is like. Maybe because he had lived in Edmonton for most of his life, he saw nothing particularly special about this place. I, on the other hand, believe that there is always something new to discover and thus was determined…
Calling a moose - Cree (The North American Indian, v. XVIII. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press) - 1000Museums
SKU: 45698Creator: Edward Sheriff CurtisDate: 1928Original Medium: PhotogravureLocation: University of Southern California Libraries
Portraits of tribal chiefs and hunters from Alberta's First Nations
These fascinating images were captured at the beginning of the 20th century around Alberta and western Canada, and show native tribes in their traditional costumes.
Pont couvert d'Hartland - Hartland covered bridge
Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada Voici le plus long pont couvert au monde: 1282 pi, inauguré en 1901. On voit bien la perspective et on peut facilement trouver le point de fuite. Here is the longest covered bridge in the world: 1282 ft, inaugurated in 1901. I like the perspective effect and we can easily find the vanishing point.