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Ponteix, Saskatchewan

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Henri Liboiron - A lifetime of Discovery

Henri's record of the Niska Site
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An article on the Niska Site by Henri Liboiron, published in Plains Anthropologist Journal in 1990.
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The pigments Mr. Liboiron used are now displayed in the museum.
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Turtles seemed to be one of Henri's favorite subjects.
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Mr. Liboiron made notes of everything that happened during his experiments.
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Some of the experiements lasted months.
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Mr. Liboiron was meticulous in trying all methods.
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Henri found his material in the earth around Ponteix.
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This cloth was dyed a delicate shade of blue using Saskatoon berry juice.
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Different material produced nearly the same shade of pigments used for painting.
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Different locations produced different pigments.
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Mr. Liboiron used a plethora of material.
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Even batteries provided material for Henri's experiments.
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Even after decades in the museum, the material Mr. Liboiron used to experiment is still vibrant.
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Each find was documented.
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Objects displayed with rulers.
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This shows the steps used by Mr. Liboiron to create his atlantl.
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Henri was dedicated to finding all he could about material native to the Ponteix area.
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