Browsing by Subject "Reserves -- Requested/promised"

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Browsing by Subject "Reserves -- Requested/promised"

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  • Nanooch, Alexander; Nanooch, Roger (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-07)
    Describes traditional northern Indian lifestyle; the establishment of Wood Buffalo National Park; and requests for reserve at Garden River.
  • Houle, Ambrose; Beaver, Alfred J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1980)
    Mr. Ambrose Houle, aged 61, a non-treaty person, tells his story of loss of treaty status, and promises of reserve at Trout Lake.
  • McArthur, Alfred (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    History of the White Bear Reserve at Moose Mountain. No date given, probably in the early 1970's.
  • Simpson, Billy; Deranger, J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-02-07)
    Interviewee recounts stories told to him by his father about the signing of Treaty #8; denial of Indian requests for reserve; and traditional lifestyle.
  • Simpson, Billy; Deranger, J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-02-07)
    A brief account of the treaty negotiations at Fort MacKay and of the subsequent failure to obtain a reserve at Peace Point.
  • 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 ...
  • 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.
  • Labacane, Edward; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-11-15)
    This 60 year old man who lives at Lubicon Lake is a member of the Whitefish Lake band. Describes attempts to move such people to the reserve and their desire to remain at Lubicon Lake and have a reserve established there.
  • Noskiyi, George (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    This 70 year old man describes the problem of getting old and having difficulty trapping, but his reluctance to move from the bush to the reserve at Wabasca.
  • 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 ...
  • 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.
  • Gladue, Julian; Beaver, Alfred J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1980-01-28)
    Mr. Gladue, aged 86, describes the discovery of Trout Lake, Alberta; the abundance of buffalo in the area; his life as a trapper. He gives a detailed and graphic account of a winter journey from Wabasca to Yellowknife and ...
  • Boucher, Louis; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-02-06)
    An interview which discusses the signing of Treaty 8: understanding of promises made, the establishment of Wood Buffalo Natural Park, and the need for a reserve at Fort Chipewyan for trapping and hunting.
  • 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.
  • Moberly, Maude; Nanooch, Roger (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-08)
    Maude Moberly, 66 years old, gives her interpretation of Treaty promises; talks about Wood Buffalo National Park, and associated problems; the promised reserve at Garden River; and the need for more land in some small reserves.
  • Laboucan, Ned; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-29)
    This 75 year old man describes changes brought about by Treaty #8; promises of reserve at Prairie Lake; and confusion over treaty status of many northern people.
  • Laboucan, Ned; Starr, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-03-02)
    Interviewee discusses area of land covered when living by traditional trapping, hunting and fishing; relationship between residents of various northern settlements; and bringing freight by barge from Lesser Slave Lake.
  • 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.
  • MacDonald, Phillip; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    Lifetime chief of the Fort MacKay band gives a brief account of the signing of Treaty 8; talks about Fort MacKay band reserves, how they are located a long way from Fort MacKay where people reside.