Browsing by Subject "Values -- Loss of"

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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • McKenzie, Mary Ann; Fietz, Janet R. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1981-08-17)
    Mary Ann McKenzie talks about her childhood memories: food preparation, gardening, making moccasins, fish nets and snowshoes.
  • Ladue, Ada (Mrs.); Welsh, Christine; Nightraveller, Beatrice (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-06-15)
    Ada Ladu was born on the Mistawasis Reserve, worked for wages in the 1930s, married and mother of five. Beatrice Nightraveller, daughter of Josie Cuthand, was born on the Little Pine Reserve, Saskatchewan, worked for ...
  • Adams, Oliver; Lightbrown, Lavina; Lightbown, Lavina (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1969)
    Consists of an interview that discusses the changes occurring in Haida culture. NOTE: Lavina Lightbrown probably Lavina Lightbown
  • Morningstar, George; Armstrong, Joe; Crowe, Tom; Crowe, Jim; Bear, Max; Bear, Eli (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-11)
    Several speakers voice concerns about changes that have crept in to the ceremonies. Recall how things were done in former times and stress need to return to old ways.
  • Bear, Eli (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-11-21)
    The custom of gift-giving at traditional ceremonies. How some ceremonies have been changed and abused.
  • Goodvoice, Robert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977)
    Robert Goodvoice tells a story about the journey of a group of Sioux from the United States to Canada, through Portage la Prairie, Manitoba to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. He tells of a settlement of the Wahpaton (Round ...
  • Goodstriker, Rufus; Welsh, Christine; Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-02-14)
    An interview with Rufus Goodstriker, born in 1924 on the Blood Indian Reserve and attended a residential school. He tells of the origins and significance of the transfer of Indian names, especially within his own family. ...
  • Unknown author (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    Elders discuss: loss of respect for elders; loss of traditions; problems with younger generation; alcohol-related problems; traditional hunting and trapping lifestyle. Story of woman who feigned pregnancy in order to get ...
  • McKenzie, Thomas; Fietz, Janet R. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1981-08-17)
    He talks about traditional lifestyle while growing up in northern Saskatchewan and compares life today with life when he was a child.
  • Wood, Tony; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-07-28)
    Tony Wood was an employee of the Saskatchewan government and was associated with the school for prospectors. He was a friend of Norris and Brady.
  • Atimoyoo, Smith; Broba, Harry; Lachance, Choco; Tootoosis, Ernest; Bonaise, Alex (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1971-10)
    Elders present songs and prayers with discussion about the loss of traditions and values, evils of alcohol, role of elders, etc. Also stories of adventures in intertribal warfare ; a story of a man who married a thunderwoman.