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image no.: 9274
contact sheet: A0289
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
title: A long party from Ontario leaving Edmonton for Klondike using a Red River Cart.
description: It is claimed that the cart once belonged to Louis Riel and the Indian Pony that once belonged to Poundmaker.
subject(s): MetisRed River CartsRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 59644
contact sheet: A1888
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: American Hotel 3rd Building From The Left (In Background) And Other Buildings On A Street In Winnipeg, Mb. Note The Red River Carts On The Left Pulled By Oxen
subject(s): HotelsRed River CartsWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date:
 
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image no.: 6753
contact sheet: A0211
collection: Jeff Thomson Collection
title: Depicting the lifestyle in the Red River Region, Manitoba, with Red River Carts.
description: Photo of a pen-and-ink sketch.
subject(s): Red River Carts
date: 1881
 
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image no.: 14684
contact sheet: A0457
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Drawing. View Of Upper Fort Garry With Ox-Drawn Red River Carts In The Foreground., Dr. Lyle Mcdonald
subject(s): OxenRed River CartsUpper Fort Garry
date:
 
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image no.: 13357
contact sheet: A0412
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: First Water Supply In Winnipeg Was Distributed To Citizens From Barrels On A Crude Ox-Drawn Cart. Water At That Time Was Sold By The Gallon And Drawn From The River. Illustration By F.G. Sheppard, Artist With Stovel Co. Ltd. From Winnipeg'S Early Days
subject(s): OxenRed River Carts
date: 1872
 
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image no.: 14676
contact sheet: A0457
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Fort La Reine Showing Various Buildings Inside Palisade. Seen In Background: Windmill, Barn And A Church. Seen In Foreground: Red River Cart.,
subject(s): BarnsBuildingsChurchesFortsRed River CartsWindmills
date:
 
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image no.: 14674
contact sheet: A0457
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Fort La Reine, Portage La Prairie, Manitoba. Red River Cart In Foreground. , Travel Manitoba
subject(s): FortsRed River Carts
date:
 
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image no.: 14681
contact sheet: A0457
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Governor'S Stone House At Lower Fort Garry, Mb
subject(s): BuildingsFortsHousesLower Fort GarryRed River Carts
date:
 
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image no.: 39982
contact sheet: A1338
collection: Harry Moody Collection
description: Harry Moody Driving An Oxen Drawn Red River Cart In Victory Parade In Selkirk, Manitoba. , Helen R. Robinson
subject(s): BusinessesOxenParadesPersonalitiesRed River Carts
date: 1918
 
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image no.: 22642
contact sheet: A0751
collection: Picturesque Canada Collection
description: Immigrant Train In Assiniboine Valley. Sketch By W.T. Smedley From Picturesque Canada
subject(s): HorsesImmigrationRed River Carts
date:
 
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image no.: 16145
contact sheet: A0505
collection: Dr. Francis Mathewson Collection
description: Indians In Camp
subject(s): CampsRed River CartsTentsUtensils
date:
 
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image no.: 6728
contact sheet: A0211
collection: Jeff Thomson Collection
description: Labourer Living In Cpr Railway Cars In Winnipeg. Photo From Illustrated London News
subject(s): CoachesHorsesLabourRailwaysRed River Carts
date:
 
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image no.: 40324
contact sheet: A1349
collection: Dennis Downey Collection
description: Ox Drawn Red River Cart. Photo By Duffin And Company, Winnipeg. Photo Courtesy Dennis Downey
subject(s): MetisOxenRed River Carts
date: 1905c
 
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image no.: 6730
contact sheet: A0211
collection: Jeff Thomson Collection
description: Ox Train, Market Square, Winnipeg
subject(s): MarketsOxenRed River Carts
date:
 
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image no.: 40325
contact sheet: A1349
collection: Dennis Downey Collection
description: Ox-Drawn Red River Cart With 2 Metis Women In Cart And A Metis Man In Front Holding The Harness Of The Ox. The Cart Was First Develped By A Metis In About 1800. The Cart Was Of All Wood Constructio; No Nail Or Any Other Metal Part Was Used In The Making Of It. The Wheels Were About 5 Feet High; The Body Of The Cart Was 3 Feet Wide And 5 To 6 Feet Long. This Cart Ws Capable Of Carrying Up To 1000 Pounds. Oxen Could Travel About 20 Miles In A 10-Hour Day. Photo From Stereoscopic Image By Ingersoll View Company
subject(s): HarnessMetisOxenRed River CartsWomen
date: 1905c
 
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image no.: 22643
contact sheet: A0751
collection: Picturesque Canada Collection
description: Ox-Drawn Red River Cart In Front Of Pioneer Store. Sketch By Ogden From Picturesque Canada
subject(s): BuildingsRed River CartsStores
date:
 
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image no.: 22489
contact sheet: A0745
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Ox-Drawn Water Cart With Sgt. Irvine, Winnipeg.,
subject(s): OxenRed River CartsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1874c
 
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image no.: 62699
contact sheet: A2008
collection: United Grain Growers Limited Collection
description: Painting Depicting Life At The Red River Settlement
subject(s): AgricultureHousesImmigrationLifestyleRed River Carts
date:
 
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image no.: 10045
contact sheet: A0314
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Painting Of Red River Ox Carts. Photo From A Postcard
subject(s): OxenRed River Carts
date:
 
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image no.: 10513
contact sheet: A0328
collection: York Factory Collection
description: Red River Cart & Half-Breed Hunters' Camp.
subject(s): MetisRed River Carts
date: 1872c
 
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image no.: 7679
contact sheet: A0240
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Red River Cart And Half Breed Camp. Saskatchewan. Notman Photo.,
subject(s): Red River Carts
date: 1889
 
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image no.: 10512
contact sheet: A0328
collection: York Factory Collection
description: Red River Cart Camp On Prairies Between Minneapolis & St. Paul
subject(s): CampsPrairiesRed River CartsTents
date: 1858
 
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image no.: 13350
contact sheet: A0412
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Red River Carts Used To Transport Furs & Other Products Exported To Eastern & Foreign Markets As Well As The Immigrant And His Household Goods To Western Canada. Photo From An Illustration By F.G. Sheppard, Artist With Stovel Co. Ltd
subject(s): FreightingFur TradeOxenRed River CartsTransportation
date:
 
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image no.: 6731
contact sheet: A0211
collection: Jeff Thomson Collection
description: Red River Ox Cart In Winnipeg
subject(s): Red River Carts
date:
 
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image no.: 11950
contact sheet: A0371
collection: Ernest Symons, Rocanville Collection
description: Souwangeshick And Squaws In Cart. Qu'Appelle, Sk (Nt)
subject(s): Red River Carts
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