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Doig River Cultural Centre, 2003

The Doig River Cultural Complex, 2003. Photo by Derek Lepper, used with permission courtesy of Ib G. Hansen Architect.

Doig River First Nation Museum

Doig River First Nation's museum at their Cultural Complex, 2003. Photo by Derek Lepper, used with permission courtesy of Ib G. Hansen Architect.

Community visiting the museum, 2005

Community members in the Doig River First Nation museum, 2005. Catalog # DZVMCKH_CB_BBDP-7-11-05-E026.

Charlie Lake Cave

Charlie Lake Cave. An important spot for Dane-zaa people as well as an important archaeological site occupied more than 10,000 years ago. July, 2005. Catalog # DXVMCDPKH-7-17-05-E29

Charlie Lake Cave

Charlie Lake Cave. An important spot for Dane-zaa people as well as an important archaeological site occupied more than 10,000 years ago. July, 2005. Catalog # DXVMCDPKH-7-17-05-E40.

Madeline Davis

Photograph of Doig River elder Madeline Davis in the Doig River First Nation Museum, 2005. Madeline's knowldege is one of our prized resources. Catalog # DZVMCKH_CB_BBDP-7-11-05-E013

Mark Apsassin and Brittany Brinkworth

Dane-zaa youth Mark Apsassin and Brittany Brinkworth archive their work at the Doig River First Nation Museum, summer 2005. Catalog # DZVMCKHDP-7-05-05-E001