This next group is made up of miscellaneous views in and around Kahnawake.
This first image is a circa 1940 real photo postcard. Identified as the "East End of the Caughnawaga Reserve."
Circa 1910 real photo postcard of Riverside St (misspelled on the postcard), Caughnawaga.
Circa 1910 printed postcard - no location indicated though likely in Montreal.
Real photo post card. Dated May 18, 1939. In the spring of 1939, a new King and his Queen captured the hearts of Canadians. As war loomed overseas, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth toured the country by train to meet their subjects and bolster the bonds of Empire.
Another real photo postcard from the same series.
An early real photo postcard of a group gathered at Kahnawake. On the back is stamped: Caughnawaga Museum.
Real photo postcard (1930s-1940s) of Mr. and Mrs. New Canoe.
Printed postcard of a group of Caughnawaga Mohawks. No location indicated.
Circa 1906 printed and hand colored postcard of a group of Mohawks at Caughnawaga. The beaded dress, with the "tree of life" motif is similar to the dresses illustrated in one of my earlier posting on Wild West Shows.
This last image is a CDV (dated 1882) of Baptiste Delisle, a Mohawk from Kahnawake. He was a well known riverboat pilot along the Lachine Rapids on the St. Lawrence River.