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Place of creation
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Image: 38.700 x 25.700
Scope and content
audubon print double 1271 changes for 2868
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Copy negative C-040364
A099-01 Item no. assigned by LAC 1271
Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1970-188-1271 W.H. Coverdale Collection of Canadiana
Artist: Hood, Robert, 1795/6-1821-10-20.
Exhibition title: The Light that Fills the World. Curators: Bill Bwing and Rene Picard, Canadian Embassy, Washington D.C.; 1989.09.18 - 1989.12.31.
Exhibition title: Treasured Memories 6. Curators: Crawley, Michal, National Archives of Canada, Ottawa, ON. 2002.02.18 - 2002.11.17.
Signatures and inscriptions
Inscription: in pen and ink, verso top: The Hudsons Bay companys ships Prince of Wales, and Eddystone bartering with the Esquimeaux/off the Upper Savage Islands, Hudsons straits. The large boat in the fore ground is filled with the Women/and an Old Man steering. The canoe in the fore ground is laden with blubber & bladders of oil. The/naked Esquimeaux, has sold all his cloaths. Robert Hood. Aug. 13[^th.] 1819.
1. Northwest Territories.
2. GEOG - N.W.T., UPPER SAVAGE ISLANDS.
3. SUBJ - DISCOVERY & EXPLORATIONS - 1819-1822 - FRANKLIN.
4. SUBJ - NATIVES, INUIT - EQUIPMENT, KAYAKS, UMIAKS.
5. SUBJ - SHIPS, PRINCE OF WALES, EDDYSTONE.
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