Thursday, November 5, 2009
Native Chiefs, 1883, National Portrait Gallery
This picture of Blackfoot and Blood Indian Chiefs from Alberta, was taken in Brantford on the occasion of the unveiling of the Joseph Brant, monument. Neither the Blackfoot, nor Blood nations participated in the Northwest Rebellion.
This picture among others can be found in the National Portrait Gallery in Ottawa.
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photographed. October 13, 1886
Photographer: Park and Company, Brantford
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