|Canadian Heritage Gallery|
|First Nations||Click on the thumbnail to view the image, and for information about ordering reproductions.|
|Joseph Brant Joseph Brant (1742-1807), Chief of the Mohawks,
who led Iroquois allies of the British through American Revolutionary warfare and who directed
the Six Nations Iroquois to new homes in Ontario territory in the 1780s.
|Lacrosse Champions Caughnawaga Mohawks, lacrosse
champions of Canada, 1869, on the St. Lawrence River.
|Mohawk Indian Bust of a Mohawk Indian, 1804. Coloured Wash
by Sempronius Stretton (1731-1842).
|Joseph Brant Joseph Brant, Leader of Six Nations settlement on
the Grand River, he was an able diplomat and cultivated leader, playing an important role in early
Canada before his death in 1807.
|Ojibway Indians Shooting the Rapids Ojibway Indians shooting
the rapids. By Frederick Arthur Verner (1836-1928).
|Ojibwa Indians "They Travelled." A photo of a 1905
pageant of Ojibwa Indians at Grand River.
|Native Soldier A Native Ontario soldier of World War I, Antoine
Minneseswasque, an Ojibwa Indian from Biscotasing, Ontario, west of Sudbury.
|People: Pacific Coast|
|Nootka Indians Wakeshan (Nootka) Indians of northern
Vancouver Island, wearing close-woven bark-fibre hats, good for the rainy coastal
|Shaman A tribal Shaman (Medicine Man) at Kitwanga, 1915, up
the Skeena near the coast, a healer of both body and mind through native herbal lore, psychology
|Cedar Costume A woven cedar costume at Quatsino, Vancouver
|Click on the thumbnail to view the image, and for information about ordering reproductions.|
|Top of Page
Copyright © 1999 Canadian Heritage Gallery