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|Artifacts: Assiniboine Plains|
|Assiniboine Knife Sheath An Assiniboine knife sheath and bag
illustrating the finely-beaded work of this Plains people.
|Plains Indians An Assiniboine thunderbird of the Plains Indians,
as represented on a Canadian postage stamp.
|Petroglyphs Petroglyphs, (rock carvings) northeast of
|Pictographs Rock paintings, or pictographs, such as these at Bon
Echo Provincial Park, Ontario, are found scattered throughout much of Ontario and provide a
lasting record of the presence of Native Peoples.
|Pictographs One of the many pictographs left behind by Canada's
native peoples and found on a rock face in Bon Echo Provincial Park in southern
|Artifacts: Pacific Coast|
|Totem Pole A Haida totem pole, a splendid traditional example
of northwest coast art and carving.
|Haida Carvings Haida carvings in argillite, a soft slate lending
itself to native art carving.
|Wood-carved Items Various wood-carved items from Nootka
|1778 Brother Jonathon
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