PAUL FIRST NATION MUSEUM AND ARTIFACTS

Artifacts and Historical Documents

 
 

ARTWORKS AND PAINTINGS






**Nadia Whitnay Paul (Portrait)

Allie Bearhead / Photographer

Reg Faulkner 2020

Permission for image use granted by Faulkner Fine Art

Copyright for this image is owned by Faulkner Fine Art

MUSEUM ARTIFACTS

Assiniboine / Stoney
(artifacts and items connected with Paul First Nation, at Royal Alberta Museum, and Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian)

Paul First Nation Treaty Medal (Front)
Necklace (Assiniboine/Stoney)
Birch-bark berry box (Assiniboine/Stoney)
Hide dressing tool and sheath (Assiniboine/Stoney)
Bow and Arrow (Assiniboine/Stoney)
Glass Bead Necklace (Assiniboine/Stoney)
Knife and Sheath (Assiniboine/Stoney)
Man's Shirt (Assiniboine/Stony)
 

ARCHEOLOGY

Western Alberta / Treaty 6

Projectile points, stone tools
(artifacts found within Paul First Nation traditional land use areas)

 

Paul First Nation History

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Knife and Sheath (Assiniboine/Stoney)

Place: Alberta, Canada. Formerly in the collection of Samuel Prescott Fay (1884-1971, an explorer, naturalist, and mountain climber) and probably collected by him between 1912 and 1914; purchased by MAI from Samuel Prescott Fay in 1951. This item is currently in the possession of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), Smithsonian, Washington DC. Note: In 1914 Samuel Prescott Fey traveled to Jasper, Alberta and documented his travels to Jasper National Park in a journal. It may be possible that Assiniboine/Stoney items that he aquired for his private collection might have come from Paul Band or Alexis reserves based on proximity of the Stoney reserves in Northern Alberta to Jasper.