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File:Kane Lake Huron Oil.jpg

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Title Indian encampment on Lake Huron
Date 1848–1850
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 48.3 × 73.7 cm (19 × 29 in)
Toronto, Canada
Notes The image shows an idealized view of an Ojibwa camp on the shores of Georgian Bay.
Source/Photographer ROM Online exhibition. (Link is defunct since January 1, 2006.)
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