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The Pictographs of Wabakimi’s Cliff Lake – Part Two

Part One in this tour of the pictographs of Wabakimi’s Cliff Lake, which is a part of the Pikitigushi River system in northwestern Ontario,  ended at a site Selwyn Dewdney labelled #219. (Click here if you’d like to read The Pictographs of … Continue reading

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The Pictographs of Wabakimi’s Cliff Lake – Selwyn Dewdney Takes Us On A Tour!

Previous Post: Up Wabakimi’s Raymond River To Cliff Lake All images enlarge with a click; all blue text leads to more info with a click. The 1270-meter portage from Butland Lake done, we knew we were in for something special … Continue reading

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Anishinaabe Pictograph Sites Of The Canadian Shield

Check out my Anishinaabe Rock Art folder for detailed posts on specific sites. The Canadian Shield (aka the Pre-Cambrian or Laurentian Shield) makes up more than half of Canada’s landmass.  (It also includes Greenland, the Adirondacks of New York State, … Continue reading

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