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A drawing of animals in the forest. The drawing was done by Sharon Cipp for the "Pemberton Survival Guide and Cookbook". It pictures animals such as a deer, moose, fish, frog, squirrel etc. It reads "Wild Game"

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016.10.02

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1661	Trapper Nelson Indian Pack Board

1661 Trapper Nelson Indian Pack Board

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Pack board Backpack. Made from Canvas with a wooden frame. Maker "Jones Tent & Awning Ltd. Vancouver B.C. - Pioneer Brand Trapper Nelson Indian Pack Board # 3. This object was donated by Don Wildfong - we anticipate Don used the pack board for hiking, fishing and hunting expeditions while living in the area.

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013.03.01

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Fish Scale

Fish Scale

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Scale for weighing fish. It is a small silver circular scale. Two round rings one on the top and one on the bottom, on the back it says "Made by Hartz". It has numbers to measure weights.

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992.06.04

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Spring Scales

Spring Scales

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Two spring scales used for weighing fish. a) the smaller one is gold in colour with one rusted hook on the bottom and on the top is a rusted circular ring. On the top of the front of the scale it says "TEUTONIC" with an arrow through it. Measurements are in Lbs., "Made in Germany". b) the larger scale is "made in the U.S.A". has the # 5215 on the top, "Chatillons Improved Cow Testing Only Not Legal For Use In Trade".

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992.05.04ab

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Mule Shoe

Mule Shoe

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The shoe is small, heavily rusted, with nine nails still remaining in the shoe. The shoe is probably iron and has lots of red coloured rust. History: Peters found the shoe at the Fish Camp on Lillooet Lake.

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988.08.02

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First Nation's Carving (a)

First Nation's Carving (a)

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This is one of four First Nation's Lil'wat carvings donated to the museum by Bob and Pat Priest via Linda Welsh. This is item "a" of 014.17.01abcd. It has writing on the back in black pen that reads: "Figure seal: eagle with fish and sun figure by Tyrone Joseph, December 1980". It is darker in colour than the others, and is the longest and thinnest.

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014.17.01a

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First Nation's Carving (d)

First Nation's Carving (d)

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This is one of four First Nation's Lil'wat carvings donated to the museum by Bob and Pat Priest via Linda Welsh. This is item "d" of 014.17.01abcd. It is the smallest of the bark carvings. There is an inscription on the back in black felt that reads: "Killerwhale with sun and raven eagle with fish, sun, and moon figure by Tyrone Joseph, January 1981".

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014.17.01d

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Wood Carving

Wood Carving

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This is a wood carving by Tyrone Joseph of Mt Currie made in the late 70s. It depicts a bear eating a fish on top and a mans face on the bottom. "Bear, Fish, Figure.". A piece on the back broke off but it has been glued.

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016.05.02

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Wooden Barbeque Device

Wooden Barbeque Device

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This is a wooden barbeque device. Also known as "Kw'elten" in Lil'wat language. This item is used to fire roast fish. The stick is made from cedar.

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988.24.03

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