A Native American man, apparently a brother of Catherine, the Nez Percé wife of trapper and Hudson's Bay Company factor Angus MacDonald (McDonald), and therefore uncle of their daughter Christina MacDonald. He wears European style clothing, and is seated on a chair outside a cabin of squared logs. Possibly photographed at the British survey team's winter quarters near Fort Colville, or at the Hudson's Bay Company post.
[Christine MacDonald's uncle]
Full Collection Name
Northwest Boundary Survey Photographs from the Papers of George Clinton Gardner, 1858-1862
BANC PIC 1963.040:39--AX
1 photograph : albumen print on mount ; mount 26 x 35 cm.
The Bancroft Library
Identification based on Library of Congress copy.
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