Browsing by Subject "Treaty #6 -- Interpretation of"

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  • Gladue, Louisa; Blackman, Charlie (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    A 70 year old lady gives her interpretation of Treaty #6 and discusses the loss of treaty status by women who marry non-treaty men.
  • Agnes, Louis; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-02-01)
    Tells of the history of the Alexis and Paul bands and the establishment of their reserves.
  • Quinney, Margrette; Rain, Louis (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-02-18)
    Confirms what other elders have said about what the Indians thought they gave up at Treaty #6.
  • Paddy, Pat; Burnstick, Abraham (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    Gives his understanding of Treaty #6 and describes some of the changes which resulted from it.
  • Snakeskin, Paul; Burnstick, Abraham (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    Gives his interpretation of Treaty #6.
  • O'Chiese, Peter (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-03-01)
    Talks of traditional values and the symbolism of the treaty promises.
  • Shirt, Peter; Burnstick, Abraham (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Gives his understanding of Treaty #6.
  • Lightning, Phillip; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-04-11)
    Tells stories from his father and grandfather of the signing of Treaty #6 and of Indian life before that time.
  • Rain, Louis; Lightning, Richard; Price, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    An overall summary of Treaty #6, the hows and whys of the difference in interpretation between Indian and non-Indian, based on field interviews and historical documents.
  • Smallboy, Robert; Burnstick, Abraham (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    The promises that were exchanged in Treaty #6 ; present day control of Indians by Dept. of Indian Affairs.
  • Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-02-13)
    Nine elders in discussion at Saddle Lake Reserve. They talk about aspects of life before contact with whites, Treaty #6, the history of amalgamations and land sales, and a traditional story of a boy raised by buffalo.
  • Watchmaker, Simon; Crier, Louis P.; Soosay, Phillip (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    Describes in some detail the scene at Fort Pitt when Treaty #6 was signed.
  • Hickey, Lynne (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-05)
    Ms. Hickey uses various anthropological and historical sources to throw some light on the way in which the Indians of the Treaty 6 and 7 regions might have interpreted the treaty promises.
  • Hickey, Lynn (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976)
    A summary of what the Treaty #6 elders have said in interviews about the nature of the treaty and the rights guaranteed to the Indian people by treaty.
  • Rain, Louis (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-04-10)
    This paper, based on his many field interviews, represents Mr. Rain's views on why the Indians in the Treaty 6 area were anxious to sign treaty, the problems of language, and therefore of their understanding of the terms.
  • Quinney, Thomas; Crier, Louis P. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-01-17)
    The signing and understanding of Treaty #6 ; loss of land (an island) thought to be part of Frog Lake Reserve.
  • Dion, Toussait; Blackman, Charlie (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977)
    Describes what happened at the signing of Treaty #6 and peoples' understanding of the terms of the treaty.