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File:Kane Lake Huron Sketch.jpg

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Title Ojibwa camp on Lake Huron, on the shores of Georgian Bay
Date 1845
Medium Pencil on paper
Dimensions 13.7 × 21.7 cm (5.4 × 8.5 in)
Royal Ontario Museum
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Notes Field sketch
Source/Photographer Scanned from Eaton, D.; Urbanek, S.: Paul Kane's Great Nor-West, University of British Columbia Press; Vancouver, 1995. ISBN 0-774-80538-2.
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