Notukeu Heritage Museum
Ponteix, Saskatchewan

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Henri Liboiron - A lifetime of Discovery
Location: Ponteix, Saskatchewan

 
Henri Liboiron, founder of the Notukeu Heritage Museum.
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Henri's record of the Niska Site
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Many artifacts have not yet been recorded.
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Henri showed his sense of humor by creating both male and female effigys.
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The tools Henri used to dig up artifacts and points.
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Chart of flintknapping techniques
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Flintknapping tools
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Some of points made by Mr. Liboiron look quite authentic.
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Hafted maul made by Henri
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The materials Henri used to increase his knowledge of First Nations' work with pigments and paints.
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Henri's pottery
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Documenting the location of artifacts
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Information on dating methods
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Shown here is the tipi set up by Henri, and his nephew, Guy Roberge.
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Henri making pemmican
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The Plesiosaur find near Pontiex
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Hell Gap Point, the oldest point in Henri's collection.
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Henri won this trophy from the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society in 1989 for the the best display.
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