Date: n.d.; seventeenth century?
Place: In situ: Kejimkujik National Park, N.S.
Source: Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax
Reference Number: P179/ 59.60.3/ N-14,501
Image Use: Free for personal research and non-commercial educational use.
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One of a series of 52 photographs of Mi'kmaq petroglyphs taken by Arthur and Olive Kelsall, most of them in 1946, although their work was continued up until 1955. This is the earliest photographic record of Mi'kmaq rock art. Parks Canada has completed a catalogue of all known petroglyphs within the boundaries of Kejimkujik National Park. Photographs, tracings and maps are available to researchers through the Parks Canada Regional Office in Halifax.
petroglyphs; rock art; vessels; ships; stick-figures; Kejimkujik National Park; Nova Scotia