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pioneers -Metlakahtla pioneers clearing the forest and uprooting stumps

File:Metlakahtla pioneers clearing the forest and uprooting stumps to prepare the site of the Metlakahtla, Alaska settlement.

In the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador, October is celebrated as Míkmaq History Month and the entire Nation celebrates Treaty Day annually on October 1. This was first signified in the year, 1752, with the Peace and Friendship Treaty (also called the Treaty of 1752) signed by Jean-Baptiste Cope of Shubenacadie and the king's representative.

Mi'kmaq - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A dancer in the Mi'kmaq celebration

TSIMSHIAN (Pacific NW Coast, Alaska, BC) Crest Pole

Tsimshian House front pole called Hole in the Sky. “Hole” was the entry so that anyone who came or went re-enacted the ancestral cosmic passage between this world and the otherworld.

Teach your children the real truth...This happened all over the world!

Teach your children the truth.this has happened all over the world! Now they (and of white women) have elected an American President who brags about sexually assaulting women.

File:President Harding at Metlakahtla, Alaska. - NARA - 297926.jpg

File:President Harding at Metlakahtla, Alaska.

File:Group in native dress taken on occasion of Edward Marsden's wedding day at Metlakahtla. - NARA - 297646.jpg

File:Group in native dress taken on occasion of Edward Marsden's wedding day at Metlakahtla.

Photos: A look at Mishler's 'Portrait Alaska' - Photographer Clark James Mishler is holding a signing Saturday at the Anchorage Museum to promote his new book, "Portrait Alaska," which includes 200 portraits he's made over the past 20 years.

My lovely, wonderful paternal grandfather, Benjamin Alfred Haldane, from British Columbia and Metlakatla, Alaska, in his photographic studio in Metlakatla.  I never knew him because he died in 1941, but I love him!

My lovely, wonderful paternal grandfather, Benjamin Alfred Haldane, from British Columbia and Metlakatla, Alaska, in his photographic studio in Metlakatla. I never knew him because he died in 1941, but I love him!

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