Canada's First People
Late 20th Early 21st Century
23 in HIGH x 35 in WIDE
(58.42 cm HIGH x 88.9 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"(c) D. Horwood / Associated / Advertising / Limited / Weston / Ontario" in black at the top left corner. "11-2-70 from Ban?? Indian B??ding Pos?__" handwritten in pencil on verso left edge.

Poster has white unprinted edges and a blue printed border encosing a color map of pre-contact Canada, with images of North American Indians and their settlements and activities. The names of tribes are printed in black on the map in the regions they occupied. Descriptive text about some tribes is also included. At the top right is "Canada''s First People" followed by two paragraphs about the tribes - their culture, hardships, settlements, ways of life and personalities - all in black. Along the left, right and bottom edges are stylized color illustrations of North American Indians, with their tribes and noteworthy characteristics listed below. At the bottom of the poster are color illustrations of canoes, with their names/materials above or below and text at the bottom of the group of canoes explaining their importance and use in North American Indian societies. |
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