The Journal of Canadian

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  SPRING 2003

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One of the most stunning of George Douglas' National Archive photos seems largely benign at first. Then you realize it's of a skin-clad Inuk hunting ptarmigan with a hand-hewed bow and arrow. This was not done for show, it's a man making a living less than a century ago. Amazing!

 GEORGE DOUGLAS/NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF CANADA/PA-150887

J.W. again in his sleeping robes and kit 1900.

J.W. TYRRELL/NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF CANADA/PA-19557

Douglasí party going up the Dease River towards the Coppermine 1911.

GEORGE DOUGLAS/NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF CANADA/PA-145221

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