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Section : All Photographs

Three Kimsquit women coming to Bella Bella for medical treatment

SYNOPSIS:
“… This year the supply was abundant, and some brought home boat loads of the branches, or of seaweed, covered with the eggs & dried them on fences, Verandahs or improvised racks … The two women in front are from Kimsquit – 75 miles North-East of here are mother & daughter. Grandma, who has the suggestive name of “Whiskey Mary” – is holding her only grandchild… ”
DATE: 1909
FIRST NATION: Nuxalk
LOCATION: Bella Bella

PHOTOGRAPHER: [Dr. R.W. Large]

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
1 postcard : sepia ; 9 x 14 cm

COLLECTION:
From Mission to Partnership Collection
ARCHIVAL SOURCE: UCCA
ACCESSION # : 93.049
ITEM #: 31

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