Explore Fur Trade, First Nations, and more!

the first pictures - Buscar con Google

Some history of First Nations in Canada from the Aboriginal Affairs (AANDC) website

All First Nations across the country hunted and gathered plants for both food and medicinal purposes. The actual percentage of meat, fish and plants in any First Nation's diet depended on what was available in the local environment.

First Nations in Canada is an educational resource designed for use by young Canadians; and anyone interested in First Nations history.

Many French-Canadian immigrants continued to be farmers, growing potatoes in  the Northeastern United States.

French Canadians in New England Watch Cultural Identity Fade

This is a picture of French immigrant farmers. I was inspired by the menswear in the picture: The casual jacket and shirts, and hat as the accessory.

First Nations in Canada

First Nations in Canada is an educational resource designed for use by young Canadians; high school educators and students; and anyone interested in First Nations history.

Eugene Piot, The Parthenon, Athens @artsy

From Robert Koch Gallery, Eugene Piot, The Parthenon, Athens Salt print from paper negative, 9 × 12 in

Primeras

Estas fueron las primeras fotos de la historia

In British inventor William Henry Fox Talbot created the salt print, the earliest form of paper photography. Talbot was a polymath, interested i.

las primeras fotos de la historia - Buscar con Google

The Native peoples of the Pacific Northwest spanned from Alaska to Washington state. Find out all about the Northwest Bands!

Première Nation

Woodland First Nations constructed birch bark canoes that were light, durable and streamlined for navigating the numerous rivers and lakes in this area.

"The Barber-Surgeon" by David Ryckaert III (1638) - "The methods employed by colonial practitioners reflected those of their European counterparts. Here, a curious onlooker watches an early-seventeenth-century Flemish surgeon perform an operation."

"The Barber-Surgeon" by David Ryckaert III - "The methods employed by colonial practitioners reflected those of their European counterparts. Here, a curious onlooker watches an early-seventeenth-century Flemish surgeon perform an operation.

Pinterest
Search