McClure’s Mills Hockey Team 1946
Raymond Cope (top right corner) Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq, playing on an integrated team.
McClure’s Mills – 1950’s
Raymond Cope and Sandy Julien as players on the McClures Mills Hockey Team in the 1950s
Raymond Cope – 1947
Chief Joseph Julien – Early 1900s
Sandy Julien – 1946
Sandy Julien and Raymond Cope
to shape one-piece hockey sticks from hard wood tree roots and trunks by native carvers. These men both made their own protective equipment from Moose Hides in the early years of their prolonged hockey careers.
Sandy Julien – 1950s
Four Generations of Mi’kmaq Hockeyists, the Juliens from Millbrook Reserve, N.S.
In a photo taken during a visit to the Windsor Hockey Heritage Museum, Keith Julien holds a ‘Starr Micmac Hockey Skate’, his father Sandy Julien holds a hand-carved hockey stick, Jonathan Julien, a student and hockey player at King’s College School, holds a photo of his great grandfather Chief Joseph Julien who carved hockey sticks