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N-1993-002: 0001

N-1993-002: 0001

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Arctic Red River, 21 April 1957. RCMP detachment office and single quarters on left, ice house is in center and warehouse and workshop are on right.

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N-1993-002: 0002

N-1993-002: 0002

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Arctic Red River, 21 April 1957. RCMP detachment warehouse and workshop is on the left, two warehouses are in center and the Special Cst's house is on the right. A dog corral is in the right background.

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N-1993-002: 0003

N-1993-002: 0003

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Arctic Red River, 21 April 1957. View of the midnight sun looking north down the MacKenzie River. Taken from the RCMP detachment.

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N-1993-002: 0004

N-1993-002: 0004

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East Branch of the MacKenzie River, 22 April 1957. S/Cst. Andre Jerome on patrol from Arctic Red River to East Three [Inuvik].

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N-1993-002: 0005

N-1993-002: 0005

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East Three [Inuvik], 23 April 1957. First Winter Carnival. The carnival queen may be Florence Hagen.

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N-1993-002: 0006

N-1993-002: 0006

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Delta between East Three [Inuvik] and Aklavik, 24 April 1957. Taken as 3 dog teams stop for tea on a police patrol from Arctic Red River to East Three [Inuvik]. Father Brown accompanied patrol from East Three [Inuvik] to Aklavik.

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N-1993-002: 0007

N-1993-002: 0007

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East Three [Inuvik], 24 April 1957. S/Cst. Andre Jerome showing items carried on dog patrol. RCMP patrol from Arctic Red River to East Three [Inuvik] and Aklavik.

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N-1993-002: 0008

N-1993-002: 0008

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Cst. Bob Knights hooking up dogs to loaded toboggan. RCMP patrol from Arctic Red River to East Three [Inuvik] and Aklavik.

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N-1993-002: 0009

N-1993-002: 0009

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East Three [Inuvik], 23 April 1957. Herder [Buster Kailek] and the reindeer brought down to give sled rides for the first winter carnival. Taken on river ice with new dock in background.

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N-1993-002: 0010

N-1993-002: 0010

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Aklavik, 25 April 1957. Northern Affairs boat is on left and the RCMP schooner on right.

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N-1993-002: 0011

N-1993-002: 0011

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Arctic Red River, May 10 1957. Tom Trone, a white trapper who lived at Point Separation, when he came to buy supplies before break-up.

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N-1993-002: 0012

N-1993-002: 0012

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Arctic Red River, 10 May 1957. Roman Catholic Mission on hill.

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N-1993-002: 0013

N-1993-002: 0013

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Arctic Red River, 10 May 1957. Hudson's Bay Company on left side of hill.

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N-1993-002: 0014

N-1993-002: 0014

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Arctic Red River, 14 May 1957. Five dog teams arriving in from Tree River. The Hudson's Bay Company is on left side of hill.

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N-1993-002: 0015

N-1993-002: 0015

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Arctic Red River, 20 May 1957. Looking west at the break-up of the Red River. The spruce trees mark the runway.

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N-1993-002: 0016:

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Arctic Red River, 22 May 1957. Looking west at the break-up of the Red River.

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N-1993-002: 0017

N-1993-002: 0017

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Arctic Red River, 23 May 1957. Joe and Annie Natsi. Annie had broken wrist.

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N-1993-002: 0018

N-1993-002: 0018

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Arctic Red River, 25 May 1957. Joe Natsi.

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N-1993-002: 0019

N-1993-002: 0019

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Arctic Red River, 25 May 1957. Mary Hunter, Hudson Bay Company Manager's wife, in front of Red River ice break-up.

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N-1993-002: 0020

N-1993-002: 0020

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Arctic Red River, 25 May 1957. Boat and barrels tied so they won't float away during the MacKenzie River break-up.

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