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Outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) man Peter Cremo, remembered as a fisherman and prayer leader, on Chapel Island, Nova Scotia, He wears a white shirt and dark striped vest. Originally cataloged as "Peter Cremeau."

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Outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) woman Nannette "Janet" Abram, seated in a chair, on the Truro Reserve in the Millbrook community, Nova Scotia. She wears a sweater and a brimmed straw hat. Originally labeled as Mrs. Noel Abram.

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Portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) family William and Madeline (Abram) Sylliboy with their son Richard posed in a field on the Truro Reserve in the Millbrook community, Nova Scotia. Originally incorrectly labeled as "Lilliboy".

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Outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) woman Charlotte (Paul) Wilmot ("Aunt Charlotte") on the Truro Reserve in the Millbrook community, Nova Scotia. She is wearing a beaded cap with feathers, a jacket and skirt with ribbons and beadwork, and multiple necklaces. Originally labeled as "Mrs. Charles Wilmot."

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Outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) woman Susan Bartlett Sack, on the Truro Reserve in the Millbrook community, Nova Scotia. She is wearing a conical beaded hat, multiple necklaces, a jacket or blouse decorated with a large silver metal medallion, dress with ribbons and beadwork, and a beaded bag at her waist.

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National Museum of the American Indian

Outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) woman Harriet Bartlett on the Truro Reserve in the Millbrook community, Nova Scotia. She is wearing a conical beaded hat, multiple necklaces, a jacket or blouse, decorated with a large silver metal medallion, and a dress with ribbons and beadwork.

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Seated outdoor portrait of Mi'kmaq (Micmac) woman Harriet Bartlett on the Truro Reserve in the Millbrook community, Nova Scotia. She is wearing a beaded conical hat, multiple necklaces, and a jacket decorated with a large silver metal medallion.

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National Museum of the American Indian

First two uprights in place, with Chris Morris posed between them. 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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National Museum of the American Indian

First five uprights in place. 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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NMAI.AC.001.038
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National Museum of the American Indian

Seven uprights in place, with Chris Morris posed amongst them. 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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