Album of photographs along the Humber River in Newfoundland and Labrador, including images of indigenous peoples and salmon fishing.
[Newfoundland and Labrador]: [circa 1890].
91 photographs. Most photos measure 4 x 5 inches. A few captioned in manuscript on verso. Black cloth, spine perished Item #319445
The images include several aboard ship and arriving at the dock, as well as images along the river and campsite, including scenic views as well as images of the unidentified travellers. Other Humber River images depict villages, salmon fishing, (with women participating including one holding a rifle). A number of photos depict indigenous peoples, possibly Inuit, Innu, Mi'kng, or So. Innit of Nu nath Kavut. The travellers must have taken another passage north, with images of Labrador cliffs and even an iceberg.