Paul First Nation Museum
Pictured above: Man's Shirt (Assiniboine/Stony) Place: Jack Pine; Alexis Reserve, Wabamun Reserve (Paul First Nation)
Below is a selection of items collected in 1926 by Donald A. Cadzow (1894-1960, MAI staff member) during fieldwork sponsored by MAI (Museum of the American Indian).
These items collected by Mr. Cadzow were written in his notes as being from "Jackpine, Alexis and Wabamun Reservations (Paul First Nation), Northern Alberta, Canada."
In total there are around 115 items that Donald Cadzow took back to Washington from the Alexis and Paul Band reserves.
All of the High-res images of the Donald A. Cadzow items below were provided by the NMAI (Smithsonian) in cooperation with the Paul First Nation
These items are currently in the possession of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), Smithsonian,
Western Alberta / Treaty 6
Projectile points, stone tools
(archeological artifacts found within Paul First Nation traditional land use areas)
Archeolgical fieldwork conducted by Tree Time Services Inc.
Photos taken by Jaelin Rask, with permission granted by Tree Time Services Inc.
"Ahai Mneh (FiPp-33) is a significant pre-contact archaeological site in Alberta. Located west of Edmonton on Lake Wabamun, this site contains material from the Early Prehistoric right up until Late Prehistoric pre-contact times." - Jennifer Hallson (University of Alberta)
Photo above: Ahai Mneh archeological site at Wabamun Lake
Photo below: Projectile points and stone tools from the Ahai Mneh archeological site