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Memories of Red Lake: Why We Came, Why We Stayed

 
Red Lake logo
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Map of Red Lake
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Closeup of the Red Lake map
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Map of the town of Red Lake
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The legend of Red Lake
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Ojibway and Chippewa sign Treaty Three.
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These three Native girls are ancestors of many Aboriginal people living in the area today.
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This Ojibway campsite lines Forestry Point.
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Bonnie Revell, the wife of a young mine doctor, bakes bread in a stone oven.
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Drumming ceremony at Red Lake
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Fairwind's dream dance drum
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Fairwind's dream dance drum at the Red Lake Museum
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Preparing a beaver pelt at the Red Lake Trapper's Festival
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This is a replica of a trapper's cabin, located at the Ear Falls Museum.
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Aboriginal landscape of Red Lake
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Morrisseau's Thunderbird
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Morrisseau's Loons and Fish
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Morrisseau's The Owls
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