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Photographs

This section contains a number of photographs documenting the history of Alberta's Black Pioneers and their descendants. Alberta’s Black Pioneer descendants have taken a great interest in preserving their heritage by successfully maintaining a diverse collection of photographs—both historical and contemporary.


People   more...
Agnes Leffler Carothers Family Hazel and Arthur Proctor Melvin Crump, n.d.
Ledell & Veola Bowens Junetta Jamerson Leffler family, 1942 English Channel, Christmas Day, 1944


Soul Food Dinner  more...
Banquet Table Buffet Table Cherya (Mayes) Rayne Dark Country
Dinner Attendees Dr. James Battle Gardener Jamerson Mayes Travis and Dad Leon Jamerson, Larry and Kina Ellis


Culture
Horace Hinton of the Amber Valley Baseball Team Rick Jamerson and Dr. Rhonda Herther, Museum of Canada Doug Harper, former Canadian boxing champ Junnetta Jamerson and Jackie Richardson


Alberta Nappy Roots
Cast and Dancers Cutz (Michael Hume) Lafeyette Etheleme Black Goddess, Nokie Quentin Brown
Etheleme Stubbs (Junetta) seated (Aquanetta) Sierra Trevor Lafeyette (Nap Turner) Jessica Adeniken (Nokia) Handbill for Play Seated Woman


Choirs
Black Western Canadian children’s Choir Black Western Canadian children’s Choir Black Western Canadian children’s Choir ECWH Children's Choir
Black Pioneer Heritage Singers & Mavis Staples A Black gospel choir 1960s Choir Leffler Photo Beulah Tabernacle


Unsung Heroines Exhibit
Unsung Heroines Exhibit Unsung Heroines Exhibit Unsung Heroines Exhibit Unsung Heroines Exhibit


Black Pioneer Potluck
Black Pioneer Potluck Picnic Black Pioneer Potluck Picnic Black Pioneer Potluck Picnic Black Pioneer Potluck Picnic

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