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Returning the shrine of Saint Anne back to the chapel on Chapel Island after the speeches given by Kji-Sagamaw Gabriel Sylliboy and Father Pacifique, during the annual Procession of St. Anne, a Catholic ceremony honoring the patron saint of the Mi'kmaq, held at Chapel Island and Merigomish Island in Nova Scotia.

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Kneeling at the cross on Chapel Island (this image does not show the people kneeling, a central part of the St. Anne's observance), during the annual Procession of St. Anne, a Catholic ceremony honoring the patron saint of the Mi'kmaq, held at Chapel Island and Merigomish Island in Nova Scotia.

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Kji-Saqamaw or Chief Gabriel Sylliboy of the Whycocomagh district, giving an address on Chapel Island during the annual Procession of St. Anne, a Catholic ceremony honoring the patron saint of the Mi'kmaq, held at Chapel Island and Merigomish Island in Nova Scotia.

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Kji-Saqamaw or Chief Gabriel Sylliboy (Whycocomagh district) giving an address on Chapel Island during the annual Procession of St. Anne, a Catholic ceremony honoring the patron saint of the Mi'kmaq, held at Chapel Island and Merigomish Island in Nova Scotia.

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Outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) man Peter Wilmot, seated in front porch of a wooden shingled structure on the Truro Reserve in the Millbrook community, Nova Scotia. Peter Wilmot was a Saqamaw (Chief) at Pictou Landing early in his life, and later at Millbrook. Records indicate that he lived to be at least 106 years old, he was christened at Ch...

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Outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) man Peter Wilmot seated in front of a wooden shingled structure, holding a cane, on the Truro Reserve in the Millbrook community, Nova Scotia. Peter Wilmot was a Saqamaw (Chief) at Pictou Landing early in his life, and later at Millbrook. Records indicate that he lived to be at least 106 years old, he was christ...

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Nine uprights in place, with Chris Morris posed next to them, holding a long pole. From a series showing the construction of a Mi'kmaq (Micmac) wigwam by Chris and Mary Josephine Morris on the Eskasoni Reserve, Nova Scotia. See also N19866-N19894. The poles and birchbark coverings from the wigwam are in the NMAI collection (catalog number 176513).

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View of the interior of the completed wigwam, with baskets, and cast iron pots at hearth. From a series showing the construction of a Mi'kmaq (Micmac) wigwam by Chris and Mary Josephine Morris on the Eskasoni Reserve, Nova Scotia. See also N19866-N19894. The poles and birchbark coverings from the wigwam are in the NMAI collection (catalog number 17...

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Outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) man Chris Morris, posed with baskets and his eel rack with eels hung to dry. He is in front of the birchbark wigwam that he and his wife Mary Josephine had just finished making (NMAI object 176513) on the Eskasoni Reserve, Nova Scotia. Saltwater eels are a traditional Mi'kmaq food speared at night in the Bras d'...

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View of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) man Peter "Pie'l Po'l" Denny on his work "horse" or bench (te'sipowji'j) splitting wood, possibly maple for his wife's wooden flowers or ash for baskets. His son Peter "JiJi" Denny looks on. They are posed in front of a shingled wooden structure on the Eskasoni Reserve, Nova Scotia.