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Glass Negative Of Oil Portrait Of Well Known Mi'kmaq Woman,
 
Title:
"Christina Morris" Oil Portrait
Source:
Nova Scotia Museum
Creator:
Gauvin & Gentzel
Subject:
First Nations, Mi'kmaq | People | Morris, Christina | Squaw, First Nations | Chocolate Lake, Halifax Co. | First Nations | Mi'kmaq | People | Morris, Christina | Squaw | Chocolate Lake | Halifax Co.
Description:
Glass Negative Of Oil Portrait Of Well Known Mi'kmaq Woman, "Christina Morris", Painted By William Gush (?) Doubtless In 1859, Glass Negative Broken In Six Pieces, Also Two Contact Prints By Ron Merrick Of Broken Glass Negative
Date:
19180101
Type:
Image
Format:
JPEG
Language:
en
Unique ID:
21725
Relation:
NS Museum of Cultural History
Coverage:
Canada; Nova Scotia; Chocolate Lake
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