Description: Back row: Angutik, Isa Koperqualuk, Samisa, Mary Nuvalingaq and son, Alicie Pov, Leela daughter; Lucy and Markusie Qalinguk. Front row: Lydia Qupirrualuk, Lizzie Pov, unknown, Annie sister of Koperqualuk, Johnny Pov (Nuvalingaq) and son Allie. Location: Puvirnituq. Date: 1948? Photographer: Frederica Knight. Reference: IND-FK-037. Extent: B&W photograph. Credit: Frederica Knight.
Description: Long shot of a group of Inuit, standing around in a wintery landscape. Location: Aupaluk. Date: 1947. Photographer: Charles McLean. Reference: IND-MCL-007. Extent: B&W photograph. Credit: Corporal C.K. McLean fonds.
arnaud maïsetti | carnets : Frank A. Rinehart | les regards indiens
French fleeing south to escape the German offensive - 1940. Roger-Viollet
Description: Return of a young hunter with a polar bear. Location: Kangiqsujuaq. Date: 1966. Photographer: Claude Hamelin. Reference: IND-HAM C-149. Extent: B&W photograph. Credit: Claude Hamelin Fonds.
Bear Woman and Freckled Face Woman of the Arapaho Nation 1898.
Kinderen van de Ungava schiereiland
Apache women from east fork of Clear Creek, Arizona. Photographed: 1900.
photos by richard harrington in inukjuak (eastern canadian arctic) of the padleimut tribe. they were taken in 1947, just as the canadian government was abandoning its arctic policy of benign neglect, to use a nixonian phrase, and shifting to one of largely forced settlement and relocation. (the qikiqtani truth commission)