Rectangle shaped silk with a coloured drawing of three First Nations paddling in a canoe towards five men standing on a river bank. The cigarette silk issued by the Imperial Tobacco Company of Great Britain and Ireland Ltd. Front of card has an artist's drawing of three First Nation men in a canoe, two paddling and one standing and waving towards a group of five white men standing on a river bank, dressed in 17th century European clothing. Above the drawing 'Canadian History Series' is written in black, and below the image '#10 Indians Give Warning of Kirke's Approach, 1628.' is written in black. The back of the silk is blank. Cigarette “silks” were made out of satin and came in packages of cigarettes as a promotion to encourage smokers to collect sets. Eg. Flowers, flags of different countries, animals, leaders, etc. They were produced in England between approximately 1900 and 1925.