This photo is of two men, one of which is wearing a traditional indigenous headdress and carrying a ceremonial pipe. The two men are at the 1983 First Ministers Conference on Native Rights, March 15-16, 1983.
An Indigenous group from Lame Deer, Montana are on stage at a conference in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Most of them are wearing indigenous dress and regalia. Conference attendees are seated in front of them. There are three banners hanging over the stage.
A group of Enlhet and Nivacle men and boys, a number of which are attending the school for Paraguayans in the Yalwa Sanga settlement. Some men have gone on to become teachers and preachers. Used in CM 11-5-10.
An Indigenous man stands in front of a log house in winter. Three children are also visible in the photograph. Perhaps this is a newly built home for a family. CM 7-16-7 has an article about Henry Neufeld's task of assisting people to build better houses. Probable location is Pauingassi, Manitoba. Negative also.
A lookout, built some years previous, for the village of Kleefeld in the Fernheim colony to watch the movements of Ayoreo people who were resisting settlement on their lands. Peaceful contact began to be established in 1963. Used in CM 11-23-1.