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 After the portage from Bob Lake to Diamond Lake, we had originally planned to paddle up the north arm of the Lake that same afternoon to check out the … 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

The Previous Post – Anishinaabe Pictograph Sites of the Canadian Shield – provides an overview. This post looks specifically at sites located in Ontario. See the folder Anishinaabe Rock Art for more posts on various provinces and states. Note that Anishinaabe (one … Continue reading

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