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An Indigenous Canadian man : 'Fort Rupert Indian, North East Coast, Vancouver Island'
5.5 x 4.4 cm (image)
The Royal Collection
Photograph of a head and shoulders length portrait of a First Nations Canadian man facing three-quarters to the left with collar length hair. He wears an open shirt.
Fort Rupert is located on the north east coast of Vancouver Island and was originally established as a fort for the Hudson Bay Company and commanded by William Henry McNeill. It is named after Prince Rupert (1619-82), the Governor of the Hudson Bay Company.