Browsing by Subject "Buffalo -- Extinction of"

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  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); kakiceniupimuxteu (Walks Like An Old Man) (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-07-18)
    Consists of an interview that provides a description of gift-giving.
  • McLean, Don; Welsh, Christine (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-03-31)
    Consists of an interview with Don McLean, a non-Indian employed at the Gabriel Dumont Institute in Regina. At the time of the interview he was writing a book on the history of the Metis nation.
  • Fox, Edward; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-14)
    Mr. Fox tells of life before white men came; of the foods, medicines and so forth.
  • Horse, Fred; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-14)
    Talks of Indian attitudes to treaty promises, reserves, missionaries.
  • Starlight, Dick; Dodging Horse, Jimmy; Crow Chief, Francis; Little Bear, William; Heavy Fire, George; Smith, Johnny (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-17)
    Five elders of the Sarcee Reserve (ages 48-63) discuss their understanding of Treaty #7.
  • Yellowhorn, John; Smith, Johnny; Yellowhorn, Tom (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    Short description of Treaty #7: in preliminaries, taking, understanding of, effect on way of life; ana a comparison of Canadian and U.S. treaties.
  • Buffalo, John; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-04-18)
    Talks about the taking of Treaty #6 and his understanding of the terms of the agreement as well as changes in lifestyle after treaty.
  • Buffalo, Mrs.; Smith, Johnny (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-12)
    Mrs. Buffalo of the Peigan Reserve, who is 93 years of age, answers questions about what her ancestors told her of buffalo, fur trade, treaty, smallpox and attitudes to the land.
  • 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#6, the hows and whys of the difference in interpretation between Indian and non-Indian, based on field interviews and historical documents.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Yellowhorn, Tom; Smith, Johnny (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-07)
    Several topics are discussed: describes the acceptance by the Peigans of Treaty #7, and its effects on their way of life; compares U.S. and Canadian treaties and criticizes Canadian education of Indians; briefly describes ...
  • 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.