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Mikmaq201627583

Tracing of a petroglyph of a sloop-rigged boat with the superimposed date, 1820
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C4

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #4. 5 negatives and 1 positive.



Mikmaq201627585

Tracing of a petroglyph of a single-masted vessel
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C5

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #5. 5 negatives and 5 positives. The tracings bear a red 'X' mark which indicates that they were found at the Port Medway River.



Mikmaq201627588

Tracing of a petroglyph of a schooner
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C7

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #7. 5 negatives and 6 positives.



Mikmaq201627589

Tracing of a petroglyph of a schooner
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C8

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #8. 4 negatives and 5 positives.



Mikmaq201627590

Tracing of a petroglyph of a schooner
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C10

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #10. 4 negatives and 5 positives.



Mikmaq201627591

Tracing of a petroglyph of a topsail schooner (privateer)
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C11

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #11. 4 negatives and 5 positives.



Mikmaq201627593

Tracing of a petroglyph of a brig
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C12

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #12. 3 negatives and 5 positives.



Mikmaq201627594

Tracing of a petroglyph of a topsail schooner
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C13

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #13. 1 negative and 7 positives.



Mikmaq201627597

Tracing of a petroglyph of a full-rigged ship
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C14

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #14. 4 negatives and 6 positives. The tracings bear a red 'X' mark which indicates that they were found at the Port Medway River.



Mikmaq201627598

Tracing of a petroglyph of a two-masted sailing vessel
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C15

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #15. 2 negatives and 5 positives.



Mikmaq201627599

Tracing of a petroglyph of a single-masted vessel with a dinghy being hoisted aboard
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C16

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #16. 6 negatives and positives.



Mikmaq201627601

Tracing of a petroglyph of a single-masted vessel
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C17

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #17. 2 negatives and 7 positives.



Mikmaq201627602

Tracing of a petroglyph of a schooner with its jib and mainsail set, superimposed with stars
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C18

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #18. 5 negatives and 5 positives.



Mikmaq201627603

Tracing of a petroglyph of a Mi'kmaq juggler's lodge and a petroglyph of a full-rigged ship with a high poop
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C19

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #19. 4 negatives and 5 positives. The tracings bear a red 'X' mark which indicates that they were found at the Port Medway River. Marion Robertson's Rock Drawings of the Micmac Indians interpret this petroglyph as a "Medicine man's lodge… when these drawings were traced from the rocks of Kejimkoojik in 1888 there where Indians still familiar with the old ways of the Micmac who identified tge tracings as the ground plan of a medicine man's lodge and [c19] as the ground plan for a juggler's lodge. There was little difference between the medicine man and the juggler since the medicine man performed feats of magic as well as ministered to the sick through invocations to his oüahich, his source of power. The partitions in the medicine lodge dividing it into rooms with human figures and other designs, suggest the celebrations performed in the various divisions of the lodge. The bare branch of a tree attached to the side of a lodge as in [c19] identifies it as belonging to a juggler."



Mikmaq201627604

Tracing of a petroglyph of a single-masted vessel
Date: 1888
Reference no.: George Creed Nova Scotia Archives MG 15 Vol. 11 C20

Petroglyph tracings C: Ships and vessels #20. 3 negatives and 5 positives. The tracings bear a red 'X' mark which indicates that they were found at the Port Medway River.


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