The paintings of Count Berthold von Imhoff
|Imhoff paintings in Muenster, Saskatchewan|
Photos by Geoffrey Secord.
More photos taken by Geoffrey Secord while he served as a doctor from 1953 to 1958 in Pangnirtung can be viewed on the following site.
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Father Bertrand Mathieu and his dog team in 1955 La Loche. The Mission of La Loche included La Loche, Garson Lake, Descharme Lake, Turnor Lake, Bull's House and West La Loche. Visiting these small villages regularly was Father Mathieu's responsibility. (Photos from Canada Archives)
|Part of the Buffalo River series; This photo was mislabelled as having been taken in Buffalo Narrows.|
Frank J. P. Crean's photos of Buffalo River (Dillon), Saskatchewan.
These were taken in September 1908. Dillon is on the western shore of Peter Pond Lake.
These five photos were all taken at the same location at Buffalo River. Buffalo River would later be known as Dillon (a name change took place after 1929). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dillon,_Saskatchewan
|St. Bernard dog on the shore of Lac La Loche. This dog died after drinking water from the lake.|
|Paul Kane's The Surveyor 1845-46 oil on canvas|
Kane chose vibrant colours for this painting of Captain John Henry Lefroy. Not all Kane's paintings remained in such a pristine condition. 'Fort Edmonton' and 'Metis Buffalo Hunters' shown below became faded over time. These have been edited by RD Laloche to show what they may have looked like 160 years ago. ....read about Paul Kane
The Revillon Freres Post in La Loche June 30-July 2, 1918 from Canada Archives (colourized version) with Dene Chipewyan teepees gathered for a 'summer mission'..
This photo is in the following book by Franklin Kitto published in 1919. The photo was probably taken during his visit between June 30-July 2, 1918. ...view Franklin Kitto's book
|York boat and crew at Fort Edmonton Park|
|York boats with tent coverings on Lake Winnipeg by Peter Rindisbacher in 1821|
Fort Garry and St. Boniface by Paul Kane circa 1851-56. The church of St. Boniface on the left was a burnt ruin when Father Petitot arrived in 1862.
|The entrance to Portage La Loche is across the lake behind the island.|
|Fort Garry and St. Boniface by Paul Kane 1851-56|
|Bernard Rogan Ross|
|A portion of Sir John Franklin Expedition map of 1819-20|
|Alexander Grant Dallas (in the bow tie) and his Iroquois tripmen in 1863 (edited)|
|Lac La Loche forest scene 2011|
|Fort Chipewyan from the top of the prison. The Catholic Mission can be seen further down the shore.|
These photos are from the J.B. Tyrrell expedition link........... University of Toronto Libraries
La Loche in 1914. Mothers with babies in front of a tent with the old La Loche Church in the background. The ladies are all dressed modestly in dresses down to the ankles and buttoned to the neck. Several are wearing kerchiefs, aprons and shawls.
|Trapping beaver by Rindisbacher|
...read more about the artist Peter Rindisbacher
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