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Delegation of Aboriginal Chiefs, Ottawa, 1916., © CMC/MCC, 36002
Delegation of Aboriginal Chiefs, Ottawa, 1916.
© CMC/MCC, 36002, Delegation of Native Chiefs from Western Canada during a subsequent visit in May 1916.
© Canadian Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, 1916, negative no. 36002.

Seated (from left to right):
James Raitasket, (chief of the Lillooet tribe, Upper Lillooet, British Columbia) John Chelahitsa, (chief of the Douglas Lake, tribe, Okanagan, Spences Bridge, British Columbia) Paul David, (chief of the Tobacco Plains tribe, Upper Kutenai, [Koosville], British Columbia) Basil David, (chief of the Bonaparte tribe, Shuswap, British Columbia)

Standing (from left to right):
Elie Larue, (chief of the Kamloops tribe, Shuswap, British Columbia) John Tetlenitsa, (chief, Thompson, British Columbia) James Alexander Teit, (Spences Bridge, British Columbia)Thomas Adolph, (chief of the LaFontaine tribe, Upper Lillooet, British Columbia) William Pascal, (of the Pemberton tribe, Lower Lillooet, British Columbia)