Fairchild's canoe, Kipling Lake, Sept. 11th
Tyrrell, J. W. (James Williams), 1863-1945
1 photograph : b&w ; 12 x 17 cm
Item is a photograph of three expedition members in Fairchild's canoe on Kipling Lake. The photograph was taken on James W. Tyrrell's Great Slave Lake and Hudson Bay Expedition of 1900.
Title taken from caption in photo album.
"Kipling Lake was named by Tyrrell for John Kipling, one of their canoemen, who had joined them in Winnipeg from St. Peter's reserve. It is one of a chain of six lakes along the portage route to Artillery Lake named for the canoemen on the expedition."
Forms part of the file 'Great Slave Lake and Hudson Bay Expedition photo album'.
"Ms. Coll. 310, box 16, album 1"
'J.W.T. / 140 / 1900'
Tyrrell's official account of the expedition was published as Report on an exploratory survey between Great Slave Lake and Hudson Bay.
Kipling, JohnFairchild, C. C.
Kipling Lake (N.W.T.)
Canoes and canoeing