Tag Archives: Ojibway rock paintings

A Return Visit To Temagami’s Diamond Lake Pictograph Site

Related Post: Early Autumn Canoe Tripping In the Heart Of Temagami All images enlarge with a click; all blue text leads to more info with a click. The portage from Bob Lake to Diamond Lake done, we had originally planned … Continue reading

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Anishinaabe Pictographs On The Bloodvein: the Murdock – Larus Site

Related Post: Bloodvein Headwaters Day 4: Murdock Lake to Larus Lake A  highlight of the six  days we spent on the headwaters of the Bloodvein River system was the chance to see a number of Anishinaabe (that is, Ojibwe or Chippewa) pictograph sites. As … Continue reading

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Anishinaabe Pictograph Sites In Ontario

Previous Post: Anishinaabe Pictograph Sites of the Canadian Shield Any of the following Ontario locations would provide a great introduction to Anishinaabe  rock paintings: Quetico Provincial Park Lake of the Woods/Rainy Lake region  The Bloodvein River in Woodland Caribou Provincial Park Cliff Lake on the … Continue reading

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