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|Algonquian Indians Algonquian Indians descending the Pic
River, by Edward Morris, 1906, illustrating the free-ranging Algonquin life.
|Bad Boy Bad Boy, Qui-we-sain-shis, a Cree (Algonquian)
Indian. The Cree Indians were located from James Bay out to the western plains. Watercolour
over wove paper by William Armstrong (1822-1914)
|Algonquian Indians Sketches of Algonquian Indians working
with a canoe and beaver trap along Lake Huron, Ontario.
|The Algonquins A Canadian postage stamp depicting the
Algonquins, an Algonquian-speaking people, who were principally migratory, living in bough
shelters or small bark wigwams.
|People: Arctic Coast|
|Inuit in Kayak Canadian Inuit in kayak on Arctic Waters, by W.
|Nunivak, Ivory Master Nunivak, master of Arctic ivory, 1927,
carving a walrus tusk.
|Inuk and Kayak
|People: Atlantic Coast|
|Saint John, 1815 A view of Saint John, from Fort Howe, c. 1815,
with a native Indian family in the foreground and the bustling port beyond.
|Shanawdithit Shanawdithit, the last-known Beothuk in
Newfoundland, who, in 1823 was captured with her mother and sister at the point of starvation
and brought to St. John's, where all three died from tuberculosis.
|Micmac Indians Micmac Indians on Prince Edward Island, by H.
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