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An unidentified woman of the Cree Nation, 1885. No additional information.

Waiser - Loyal Till Death: Indians and the Northwest Rebellion - Photographs - Second of Two Cree Women Who Surrendered at Battleford - SAIN Photographs

Big Bear was a Plains Cree chief. He was born in 1825 and died in 1888 on the Poundmaker Reserve in Saskatchewan. Big Bear refused to sign Treaty No. 6 (1876). He was the first major chief of the Canadian prairies to refuse.

Big Bear was a Plains Cree chief the Canadian prairie. He was born in 1825 and died in 1888 on the Poundmaker Reserve in Saskatchewan. Big Bear refused to sign Treaty No. 6 He was the first major chief of the Canadian prairies to refuse.

Cree men - 1898.  Adornment neckpieces similar to the Dinka of Southern Sudan, East Africa.

Cree men - Adornment neckpieces similar to the Dinka of Southern Sudan, East Africa.

Wastaoaks (aka Good Boy) dancing near Carlyle, Saskatchewan on the White Bear Reserve - Cree - circa 1910

Wastaoaks (Aka Good Boy) Dancing Near Carlyle, Saskatchewan On The White Bear Reserve - Cree - Circa 1910

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