• Village of friendly Indians, at the entrance of Bute's Canal

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 8. View of steep hill on the shore of Bute's Canal (British Columbia), with several housing or storage structures. Men approach in canoe. Sketch by Thomas Heddington.

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  • The New Eddystone, in Bhems Canal

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 11. Protruding rock covered with foliage stands in Behm Canal, Alaska. Native Americans and British approach in separate canoes. Men stand on sandbar. Sketch by John Sykes.

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  • Deserted Indian village, Georgia

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 17. Collapsed wooden structures on a rock along forested coastline in Strait of Georgia (perhaps Desolation Sound). British sailors in rowboat approach.

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  • Masks and implements

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 19. Six masks with beaded decorations and facial hair, two spears, and two wooden implements (oars or paddles).

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  • Remarkable supported poles, in Port Townsend, Gulf of Georgia

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 2. View across water of three supported poles along shore, near Port Townsend, Washington. Two boats filled with uniformed British sailors approach. Sketch by John Sykes.

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  • Indian Village, Point Mudge

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 21. View of several wooden structures on top of steep elevated bank at Point [Cape] Mudge. Many canoes at base of mound.

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  • Man and Woman native

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 6. Pair of Native Americans with facial piercings, one holding an oar. Wearing leather or sealskin coats with elaborate beadwork. Dog in foreground.

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  • Port Dick, near Cook's Inlet

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 3. Coastal scene of inlet with snowy mountain range at Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Native American men in many canoes, trading goods. Sketch by Henry Humphrys.

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  • Warrior with Shield

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 14. Man wears rigid protective shield (or camouflage) with bow and spear. Another man with facial tattoos looks on, with small child in fur suit.

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  • Indian village

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 18. Small village near water, mountain peak. Several huts of wood, mud, and thatch. Native American with decorated tunic holds child and a quiver. Man on elk or reindeer approaches. Drying…

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  • Female Tattooed

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 4. Young Native American woman with pearl jewelry, braids, fur shawl, and tattoos on face and arm.

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  • Friendly Cove, Nootka Sound, Vancouver's Island

    Alexander, William, 1767-1816

    Drawing No. 12. Coastal scene of village with dwellings and buildings, erected by Spanish settlers (formerly Maquinna village?). Supposedly the site of negotiations and treaty (Nootka Convention) betw…

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