Nanaimo Salmon Petroglyph collection
 
        Nanaimo Salmon Petroglyph collection [graphic material]. -- 2008.
32 photographs : CD, plastic sheet

        The Parks, Recreation and Culture department of the City of Nanaimo was responsible for the transfer of a large salmon petroglyph back to the Snuneymuxw First Nation. Originally located at the tip of Duke Point, the petroglyph marked a well-known Snuneymuxw ritual that guaranteed the run of chum salmon on the Nanaimo River. The petroglyph was moved to the Nanaimo Museum in the late 1960s or early 1970s. In 2008, it was officially returned to the Snuneymuxw First Nation.
        Collection consists of a CD with 32 images of the salmon petroglyph at the museum and a plastic sheet with a tracing of the petroglyph's designs.
        Title based on the contents of the collection.