Places - Onion Lake (Saskatchewan)

First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Catholic Cemetery Sept. 2001. - Slide.

View of Catholic cemetery at Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

Reference code

Hans Dommasch fonds, BX66-5-1-First-Onion-Cemetery

Date(s)

  • September 2001 (Creation)

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First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Catholic Cemetery Sept. 2001. - Slides.

First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Catholic Cemetery Sept. 2001. - Slides.

Two views of grave markers at the Catholic cemetery at Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

Reference code

Hans Dommasch fonds, BX66-5-2-First-Onion-Cemetery

Date(s)

  • September 2001 (Creation)

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First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Catholic Church Sept. 2001. - Slide.

Image of exterior of Holy Rosary Catholic Church at Onion Lake. Bio/historical note: This church burned to the ground on 22 December 1998.

Reference code

Hans Dommasch fonds, BX66-5-1-First-Onion-Church

Date(s)

  • September 2001 (Creation)

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First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Grand Entry Pow Wow Sept. 2001. - Slide.

A group of Aboriginal males of all ages, in ceremonial dress, march during the Grand Entry of the Onion Lake Pow Wow. Some are holding flags, while some hold feather staffs. [Taken indoors].

Reference code

Hans Dommasch fonds, BX66-5-5-First-Onion-Grand

Date(s)

  • September 2001 (Creation)

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First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Pow Wow Sept. 2001. - Slides.

First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Pow Wow Sept. 2001. - Slides.

Two portraits of a male and female Aboriginal child taken during the Onion Lake Pow Wow. The male child is clad in ceremonial dress; the female child is wearing western clothing. [Taken indoors].

Reference code

Hans Dommasch fonds, BX66-5-6-First-Onion-PowWow

Date(s)

  • September 2001 (Creation)

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First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Reservation Seekaskootch Tribe Sept. 2001. - Slides.

First Nation Onion Lake Pow Wow - Onion Lake Reservation Seekaskootch Tribe Sept. 2001. - Slides.

Series of images of road signs and buildings on the Onion Lake First Nation. The signs are a map of the First Nation and a tribute to Seekaskootch, "Guardian of the People." Also shown is the Onion Lake Homemakers building with an Aboriginal woman...

Reference code

Hans Dommasch fonds, BX66-5-8-First-Onion

Date(s)

  • 9 September 2001 (Creation)

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George Mann Jr. family on Picnic

George Mann Jr. family on Picnic

A photograph of the George Mann Jr. family on a picnic, probably near their homestead, 14 miles north-east of Lloydminster, Saskatchewan. The family used to take holiday trips to the north near Onion Lake where Mann Jr. grew up. It is possible he ...

Reference code

George Gwynne Mann Family Fonds, Mannphoto 67

Date(s)

  • [ca.1915] (Creation)

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H. B. Co. Onion Lake

H. B. Co. Onion Lake

Image of a cluster of buildings in Onion Lake, [North West Territories], Various people standing with horses or seated in front of buildings, and one person is seated in a horse-drawn wagon.

Reference code

PAHS Archives collection, H-300

Date(s)

  • [188-?] (Creation)

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Hudson's Bay Company post

Hudson's Bay Company post

Hudson's Bay Company post at Onion Lake. Red River cart, wagon, horses and unidentified persons in front of post buildings

Reference code

PAHS Archives collection, H-300

Date(s)

  • [189-?] (Creation)

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Indian Agency Onion Lake

Indian Agency Onion Lake

A photograph of the Onion Lake Indian Agency probably taken in the 1900s. Bio/historical note: George Gwynne Mann was born in Darlington, Upper Canada on November 24, 1843. He spent most of his youth and young adult life in Bowmanville, Ontario...

Reference code

George Gwynne Mann Family Fonds, Mannphoto 25

Date(s)

  • [ca. 1900] (Creation)

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