Item 168.0702 - Agnes Deans Cameron and her niece in field

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Agnes Deans Cameron and her niece in field

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CA UVICARCH AR343-AR023-168.0702

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  • ca. 1908 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w print ; 12 x 17 cm

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Photograph contains image of Agnes Deans Cameron and her niece seated in a field. Agnes Deans Cameron was a journalist and suffragist from Victoria B.C. Agnes and her niece spent 6 month s journeying down the Mackenzie River. They are credited as the first white women to travel to the Canadian Arctic.

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From Agnes Deans Cameron's album of photos from her 1908 journey down the Mackenzie River.

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Storage: PB 168.0702


Image scanned, 27 Feb. 2003
Backup CD: PB_168_01_CD

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