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  • Bear, Eli; Kanipitetew, Jim; Sugar, Felix; Frank, Norman (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-09-26)
    Elders discuss a variety of matters relating to Indian culture and traditions and what can be done to retain or regain these. Most topics are touched on only briefly
  • Buffalo Calf, Charley; Lonethunder, Sandy; Ryder, Jim; Hoostie, Jim; Dustyhorn, Pius; Bonaise, Alex; Cappo, John; Stick, Alex; Stanley, Lloyd; Kennedy, Alex B.; Bear, Eli; Atimoyoo, Smith; Kanipitetew, Jim; Lariviere, Jonas; Morningstar, George; Rockthunder, John; Waskewitch, Albert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-29)
    Elders discuss contemporary problems. Recurring themes are: problems with alcohol; education by whites from an early age; need to return to traditional teaching by elders in combination with white education.
  • Lonethunder, Sandy; Hoostie, Jim; Dustyhorn, Pius; Bonaise, Alex; Cappo, John; Stick, Alex; Waskewitch, Mrs. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-30)
    Elders discuss concerns regarding: loss of Indian culture and traditions; failure to educate young Indians in traditional ways; young well-educated chiefs who will not take advice from elders.
  • Buffalo Calf, Charley; Bonaise, Alex; Lariviere, Jonas; Rockthunder, John; Star, Mr. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-30)
    Elders speak of their concerns regarding leadership on the reserves; new young leaders with education but no experience who ignore the elders and their advice; the failure to educate the young in traditional Indian ways.
  • Lonethunder, Sandy; Ryder, Jim; Hoostie, Jim; Bonaise, Alex; Cappo, John; Stick, Alex; Kennedy, Alex B.; Rockthunder, John; Waskewitch, Albert; Star, Mr.; Gaforth, Aubrey (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-01-30)
    Discussion of the educational system: relative merits of day schools, residential schools, integrated schools, etc.; need for inclusion of Indian culture into the curriculum at all levels ; the role of the elder as teacher.
  • Machiskenis, Joe; Mantee, George (Mrs.); Pelletier, Dan (Mrs.); Sugar, Felix (Mrs.); Crookedneck, James (Mrs.); Kanipitetew, Jim (Mrs.); Stanley, J. B. (Mrs.); Wapass, Bella (Mrs.); Waskewitch, Mrs.; Paguet, Mabel; Bonaise, Grace; Tobacco, Lawrence (Mrs.); Poorman, Alex (Mrs.); Laliberte, Ed; Lariviere, Jonas; Wapass, Bill; Kanipitetew, Jim; Thunderchild, Ed; Lewis, Morris; Ashawn, Thomas (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-13)
    Discussion of: Role of elders in setting young people on the right road ; Importance of breast-feeding and giving up alcohol ; Need for a tipi on each reserve, to be kept for prayer, pipe ceremonies and the counselling of ...
  • Pelletier, Dan; Roberts, Harold (Mrs.); Roberts, Harold; Atimoyoo, Smith (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1972-12)
    Elders, men and women, reminisce on their early lives involving hard work and strict discipline and voice regrets that the young people of today are not given enough guidance.
  • Mosquito, Solomon; Crowe, Jim; Machinine, Joe; Duquette, Joe; Dustyhorn, Pius (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-12-14)
    Summaries of a number of speeches on topics such as loss of Indian culture and values, problems with alcohol, a need to return to the old ways, etc.
  • First Rider, George; Hellson, John (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1969-06-20)
    Consists of an interview with George First Rider where he talks about his childhood and lack of schooling, his development of horsemanship, his membership in holy societies and his alcoholism.
  • Paul, Harry; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-07-14)
    Harry Paul lived in La Ronge in the 1930s and describes what life was like in those years.
  • Meneen, Jimmy; Nanooch, Roger (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-08)
    Mr. Meneen, aged 83, describes the difficulties of life when he was a child learning to trap in the bush; tells of the Indians' understanding of the treaty.
  • Belly, Joe (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-07-09)
    Mr. Belly tells four stories during the interview. He first describes the origins of his name. The following two stories are animal tales: the first is about the illegal killing of moose and the second describes how a ...
  • Sylvester, Joe; Keeshig, Jocelyn (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1982-08-11)
    Consists of an interview with Joe Sylvester where he gives an account of Indian medicine; legends concerning migration of Algonquin Indians; the role of eldlers; of the deterioration of reservation conditions following ...
  • Bear, Eli; Dustyhorn, Pius; Ochapooways, Daniel; Frank, Norman; Bear, Mike (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970)
    Elders discuss names and relationships and how their significance is being lost. No date given, probably the late 1960's or early 1970's.
  • Tobacco, Lawrence; Welsh, Christine; Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-06-20)
    Lawrence Tobacco, born 1919, on the Poor Man Reserve, Saskatchewan He attended a residential school and is now involved in traditional education and counseling. He talks about farming and raising cattle on the Poor Man ...
  • Ahenakew, Lizette; Welsh, Christine (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-06-21)
    She was born on the Little Pine Reserve, the first girl from that reserve to attend high school. She tells of some childhood memories; naming ceremonies; significance of Indian names; the training of children, especially ...
  • Carter, Marion; Mountain, Mary (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-07-30)
    Mrs. Carter tells a story of her life. She talks of the traditional way of living; residential schools and tells how she was given her name. During the interview she also relates a tale from her grandfather about the ...
  • Wolfleg, Mark (Sr.); Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-01-24)
    Mark Wolfleg talks about the Blackfoot interpretation of the terms of Treaty #7; also the roles of the Crowfoot and a group of Metis in taking Treaty #7. He also talks about his overseas experiences during World War II.
  • Tax, Ed; Tootoosis, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1968)
    Destruction of Indian culture and religion by schools and by Christian churches. Discussion of the need to return to Indian religion and Indian values. No date given, probably late 1960's.
  • Thunderchild, Ed; Laliberte, Ed; Lariviere, Jonas; Sugar, Felix; Poorman, Alex; Lewis, Morris; Stanley, J. B.; Crooked, James George; Machiskenie, Joe; Wapass, Bill; Wapass, Pete; Nahnepawish, Marius; Piapot, Emile (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-12)
    Discussion on problems of the younger generation, including alcoholism. Also discussed ways in which parents and elders can help by instructing children and young people and by maintaining the Indian religion.