Powder Horn, Pigott (02)

Title: Powder Horn, Pigott (02)
Creator: Unknown
Subject: Powder horn, 1885, Resistance, Métis, Batoche, Military
Description: This is a photograph of a powder horn, owned by a Métis (for muzzle loading guns) from the A.C.D. Pigott Collection. It was taken off the battlefield after the conclusion of the Battle of Batoche on May 12, 1885. This artifact is part of the A.C. D. Pigott Collection, which was donated to the Gabriel Dumont Institute in October 1991 by the Pappas family of Vancouver, British Columbia. The collection includes: Louis Riel’s English-French dictionary, Lieutenant Colonel Pigott’s 1885 Resistance battlefield manuscript, and a number of artifacts taken off the battlefield including: an inscribed watch, a pipe, a bullet maker and a buffalo powder horn (both from the Métis trenches), a carved wooden container taken from Big Bear’s camp, a First Nations decorative bracelet and horsehair braiding, which may have been traded for food by the Boulton’s Scouts.
Publisher: Gabriel Dumont Institute
Date: 1880s
Type: Image
Format: image/jpeg
Identifier: GDI.AR.0149
Language: English
Date of Copyright: June 22, 2004
Coverage: Saskatchewan
GDI Media Location: DVD:BINDER/AR
GDI Media Filename: GDI.AR.0149.jpg

Related Categories

Category Resistance
Category Pigott Artifact Collection
Category A.C.D. Pigott Collection Artifact Collection
Category Pigott Artefact Collection