Walter McFarlane's crew cutting a survey trail on the banks of the Smoky River.
"Indian Graveyard Near Saskatoon Lake"
Six aboriginal men in European style clothing are standing near six fenced graves. Chest high fence posts surround each grave. The graveyard is on the prairie above Saskatoon Lake.
"Indian Teepee Near Snipe Lake"
Three men from a survey party and an aboriginal woman with her two children are standing outside a teepee. Although grass is visible on the ground, one man is holding a snowshoe on his shoulder.
Camp of approximately 20 teepees on the prairie grassland, protected by a wood bluff.
"On the Trail Out"
Walter McFarlane's survey crew travelling back to Edmonton in February of 1910.
"Packing up from River Bank"
Men from McFarlane's crew carry various tools and pieces of equipment for camping and surveying as they climb a river bank.
"Rafting on the Smoky River"
Men from Walter McFarlane's crew using equipment to survey the land from a raft on the Smoky River.