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Ponteix, Saskatchewan

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Henri Liboiron - A lifetime of Discovery

Henri making pemmican
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Henri won this trophy from the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society in 1989 for the the best display.
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This was Henri Liboiron's house in Ponteix, where the Notukeu Heritage Museum started.
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Henri Liboiron's float in the Ponteix 75th Anniversary parade
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Henri Liboiron was a well respected leader in the Ponteix community.
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Henri Liboiron at Niska
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A board which Henri used to display the ingredients in pemmican.
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These are some of Henri's tools that he used to excavate arrowheads and fossils.
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This artifact was found on the Niska site.  Henri was able to identify this object as a drill.
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Henri's pemmican pounder
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Henri working at Niska
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This is a map of where the Niska and Napao site where Henri Liboiron found most of his artifacts.
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The Notukeu Heritage Museum in Ponteix
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Bob's reaction to his find was immediate.
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Leo tells us how Henri was invaluable to the children who visited the museum.
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The Piche pot registered by Henri using the Saskatchewan Archaeological Resource Record.
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Henri documented his experiments and methods.
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The pigments Mr. Liboiron used are now displayed in the museum.
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