Mederic McDougall interview

Show simple item record McDougall, Mederic Pearlstone, Carol 2009-04-17T20:13:39Z 2009-04-17T20:13:39Z 1973-07-12
dc.description 21 p. transcript of an interview with Mederic McDougall conducted by Carol Pearlstone on July 12, 1973. Tape number IH-134, transcript disc 23. en_US
dc.description.abstract Mr. McDougall is descended from French and Scottish halfbreeds and is active in the Metis Society of Saskatchewan. He gives an account of the Metis way of life and philosophy, the Riel Rebellion, shares memories of WWI, WWII and the Depression. He also talks about the discrimination against native people. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Canadian Plains Research Centre en_US
dc.subject Alcohol -- Abuse of en_US
dc.subject Depression (1930s) en_US
dc.subject Discrimination -- Against Metis en_US
dc.subject Education -- Attitudes toward en_US
dc.subject Education -- Day schools en_US
dc.subject Family -- Care of elderly en_US
dc.subject Hunting en_US
dc.subject Metis -- Red River Rebellion (1870) en_US
dc.subject Metis -- Red River Colony en_US
dc.subject Metis -- Attitudes toward en_US
dc.subject Metis -- Origins of en_US
dc.subject Metis -- Political organization en_US
dc.subject Political organizations -- Metis Society of Saskatchewan en_US
dc.subject Red River Colony -- And Rebellion (1870) en_US
dc.subject Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Accounts of en_US
dc.subject Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Aftermath of en_US
dc.subject Royal Canadian Mounted Police -- Treatment by en_US
dc.subject Values -- Sharing en_US
dc.subject Work -- For wages en_US
dc.subject Work -- Shared en_US
dc.title Mederic McDougall interview en_US
dc.type Other en_US
dc.description.authorstatus Other en_US
dc.description.peerreview no en_US

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