Source: Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax
Reference Number: P113
Image Use: Free for personal research and non-commercial educational use.
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Detail of a mural, now destroyed, painted for the wall of the History Branch of the old Nova Scotia Museum of Science, located in the Cavalier Block, Citadel Hill, Halifax. When Parks Canada required the space, the mural was ripped out. Parts of it were recycled for the plywood, and the artist took some of the rest of it home. Some details are not accurate, as little research had been done on the Mi'kmaq at that time.
encampments; transportation; canoes; animals; dogs; wigwams; cooking; men; women; children