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  • 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 ...
  • Trindle, Colin (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1972-01-17)
    Mr. Trindle, aged 70 [approximately], is a former chief. He speaks of the promise of a reserve in Trout Lake/Peerless Lake area.
  • Bellerose, Joe (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Summary of a series of interviews with four elders in which they are asked to tell how they understand the treaties.
  • Cree, Julian; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-10)
    An 85-year-old member of Fort McMurray band describes promises of reserve at Waterways, and the breaking of treaty promises regarding fishing and hunting rights.
  • Cook, Lawrence; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-08-18)
    Lawrence Cook knew Jim Brady in 1949/50. He talks about the CCF government policies and how the people reacted to them, the Legion, and the various Co-op efforts that were tried in Cumberland. He is the only informant to ...
  • Sewepagaham, Madeline; Nanooch, Roger (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-08)
    Born at Treaty #8 signing, this interviewee speaks about Wood Buffalo National Park, and the impact on trapping and hunting in the area.
  • Daniel, Rick (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    A summary of various aspects of Treaty #8 including trapping, fishing and hunting rights.
  • Stamp, Eric (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    A number of summaries of various aspects of Treaty #8 including trapping, fishing and hunting rights and medicare.
  • Unknown author (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    This is a statement of grievances presented to the federal government by the Yukon Indians in 1973.

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