Wigwam

A deserted wigwam, ca. 1890.
Humber River, western coast of Newfoundland. The influx of European hunters and trappers during the 19th century greatly altered the traditional way of life for many Mi'kmaq.

Courtesy of the Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador (PANL VA 13-19).

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