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  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); Muskwa (Bear) (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-07-29)
    Consists of an interview with Muskwa where he gives a brief description of the significance of various ceremonial clothing and talks about various dances.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); kawanipa-tcipiskweu (Night Traveller) (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-08-04)
    Consists primarily of general recollections of the informant.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); Kiskikotagin, Johnnie (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-07-31)
    Consists of an interview with Johnnie Kiskikotagin who also shows the interviewer his Sacred Pipe Stem and takes him to visit a fish trap. *No index terms provided.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); iwe sigau (Fringe) (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-08-01)
    Consists of an interview where various possessions and articles of clothing are described.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); Pones (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-08-02)
    Consists of an interview with Pones where he describes various ceremonies.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); Pones (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-08-03)
    Consists of an interview with Pones where he briefly describes a sweat lodge and shares some general reminiscences.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); Taylor, Walter (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-08-05)
    Consists of an interview with Mr. Walter Taylor, whose father was the first farm instructor on the Sweet Grass Reserve. He tells of various customs on the Little Pine and Poundmaker Reserves. No index terms provided.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.) (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1935-08-10)
    Newspaper account from the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Riel Rebellion. Note: Mandelbaum is not the author, but this document is part of his file.
  • Paranjape, Avnee (University of Regina Library, 2013-03-18)
  • Greenwood, Todd (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
    One question which is often brought up with regards to the Symposium is why Socrates chooses to give his speech through the mouth of Diotima, given that she is the only woman ever to get a prominent speaking role in any ...
  • First Rider, George; Hellson, John (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1968-11-28)
    Consists of an interview on the origin of the Beaver Bundle and its transferal.
  • First Rider, George; Hellson, John (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1968-12-01)
    Consists of an interview that describes a sweat lodge.
  • Unknown author (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1980)
    A storyteller gives an account of the origins of the Sarcee Indians.
  • Reynolds, J. Karen (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2011)
    In this paper, I explore the impact of bipolar disorder on the experiences of two groups of postsecondary students. I theorize that Bourdieu’s (1986) theory of forms of capital provides a lens for understanding how these ...
  • Crane, Bella; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-03-30)
    Describes the sale of part of the Louis Bull Reserve.
  • Cochrane, Ben; Stobie, Margaret (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970)
    Discussion of his life, especially his fishing activities. No date given, probably in the 1970's.
  • Granger, Mrs. Bernice; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-01-11)
    A brief interview recounting how the interviewee (age 38 at time of interview) lost her treaty status at the age of 14.
  • Berries 
    First Rider, George; Greenwood, Joanne (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1969-08-08)
    *Note: This file has not yet been translated from Blackfoot to English. (Joanne Greenwood transcriber).
  • Richards, Berry; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-06-14)
    Berry Richards, a resident of northern Saskatchewan and a long time socialist, recalls his political association with Norris and Brady and theorizes about Brady's disappearance.
  • Valeo, Angela (University of Regina, Faculty of Education, 2010)
    Based on an in-depth interview with a retired school principal, this paper explores questions around what it means to practice inclusive leadership in an Ontario school board from the mid 1970s into the 21st century. Using ...

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