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  • Wheatley, Ted; Osawamick, Sam; Debassigae, Ernest; Yellowhead, Joe; Assinewe, Kate; Wakegijig, Ron; Atkinson, Herman; Neilson, Charlie; Mecas, James; Pine, Dan; Bruce, Louis; Knockwood, Noel; Pontiac, Angus; Tootoosis, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1982-08-24)
    A discussion about the construction of log and birch canoes ; the tuberculosis epidemic ; the effects of non-Indians on Indian life style : spiritual values, hunting; fishing; land use, etc.
  • Trindle, Colin; Beaver, Alfred J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Mr. Trindle, aged 78, has spent most of his adult life in the Trout Lake/Peerless Lake area and is a former chief--talks about promises of a reserve in the area; surveying of boundaries; duration of occupation of area; and ...
  • Davis, Dolphus; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-08-04)
    History of Lesser Slave Lake Reserves, and details of the history of Swan River Reserve.
  • Sinclair, Dolphus; Beaver, Alfred J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Mr. Sinclair, aged 60, has lived in the Trout Lake area most of his life. Though not a treaty Indian himself he is able to tell something of payment and treatment of the treaty Indians as well as the history of the area.
  • Napasis, Francis; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09-01)
    Interviewee is 91 year old resident of Clear Hills Reserve. He relates the history of reserves at Clear Hills (Eureka), Horse Lakes; and sale of reserve at Fairview.
  • Sound, Frank; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-07-13)
    This 62-year-old speaks of the history of Lesser Slave Lake Reserves; and gives details of the history of Swan River Reserve.
  • Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-07-24)
    Interviews with 13 residents of the Chipewyan Lake area of northern Alberta. - Stresses need for establishment of a reserve in this area, and promises made to them about this. - Describe various lifestyles including ...
  • Osecap, Marie; Littlepoplar, Alphonse (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-02-11)
    Interview includes a description of life on the reserve that describes milking, sheep-shearing and fishing weirs. It also consists of stories about a woman whose husband turned into a lizard; a story of Wisakedjak; and ...
  • Nadjiwon, Mrs. Peter; MacMillan, Hugh (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1968-04-03)
    Mrs. Peter Nadjiwon discusses her family's move to the Cape Croker Reserve in Ontario. Transcribed by Heather Yaworski.
  • Giroux, Patrick; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-07-13)
    History of Lesser Slave Lake Reserves.
  • Powder, Paul; Beaver, Alfred J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Interviewee is aged 71, non-treaty. He speaks of payment of money and goods to treaty Indians; and his understanding of treaty promises.
  • Powder, Paul; Daniels, Harry; Lee, Gordon (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    A very brief interview with this 66 year old man who discusses the duration of occupation in the Trout Lake area.
  • Tourongau, Rosalie; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Mrs. Tourongau, aged 67, describes the promises made in Treaty 8, and the way in which they were subsequently broken.
  • Beaver, William (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-01-16)
    William Beaver, a 41-year-old councillor at Trout Lake, complains that members of the Bigstone band who live away from Wabasca receive no help from the band, and stresses the need for a reserve in the Trout Lake area, with ...