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The Saskatchewan River - Highway Through History

 
Saskatchewan River, exact location unknown.
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The Saskatchewan River, exact location unknown.
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The Saskatchewan River Basin
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The Big Bend in the Saskatchewan River.
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Depiction of two Cree fishing off the side of their canoe with a net.
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Depiction of a Cree family group constructing a canoe.
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An elderly Cree man holding a fishing pole.
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Miniature birch bark canoe.
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Crooked knife (draw knife) used for shaping wood for canoes and snowshoes.
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Stone fishing weights.
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Fish hooks made from small twigs, and weight.
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Spruce root fish net.
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Stone fish net weight.
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A serrated fish spear made of bone.
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Birch bark moose call.
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Birch bark bird box made by Tommy Small of Moose Factory, Ontario c. 1925.
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Piece of a birch bark canoe found near the Saskatchewan River.
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A piece of a birch bark canoe with the stitching visible.
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