Mrs. Ada Ladue and Mrs. Beatrice Nightraveller interview

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dc.contributor.author Ladue, Ada (Mrs.)
dc.contributor.author Welsh, Christine
dc.contributor.author Nightraveller, Beatrice
dc.date.accessioned 2009-04-22T16:31:51Z
dc.date.available 2009-04-22T16:31:51Z
dc.date.issued 1983-06-15
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10294/2306
dc.description 29 p. transcript of an interview with Ada Ladue and Beatrice Nightraveller conducted by Christine Welsh on June 15, 1983. Tape number IH-123, transcript disc 6. en_US
dc.description.abstract Ada Ladu was born on the Mistawasis Reserve, worked for wages in the 1930s, married and mother of five. Beatrice Nightraveller, daughter of Josie Cuthand, was born on the Little Pine Reserve, Saskatchewan, worked for wages in the 1930s, also married with five children. They share: a story of a white baby girl abducted and raised by Indians in the Prince Albert, Saskatchewan district; accounts of the Riel Rebellion (1885), especially the aftermath in the North Battleford district; philosophies of child-rearing; loss of portions of Little Pine Reserve and the death of Little Pine. On (p.18-23) is the story of Josie Cuthand, Beatrice Nightraveller's father. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Canadian Plains Research Centre en_US
dc.subject Cuthand, Josie en_US
dc.subject Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan en_US
dc.subject Hobbema, Alberta en_US
dc.subject Little Pine en_US
dc.subject Poundmaker en_US
dc.subject Rocky Boy Reserve, Montana en_US
dc.subject Adoption -- By kidnapping en_US
dc.subject Adoption -- Of white children en_US
dc.subject Agriculture -- Farming instructors en_US
dc.subject Children -- Raising of en_US
dc.subject Christian churches -- Community divisions fostered by en_US
dc.subject Disease and illness -- Tuberculosis en_US
dc.subject Education -- And cultural suppression en_US
dc.subject Education -- Day schools en_US
dc.subject Food -- Rations en_US
dc.subject Food -- Sharing of en_US
dc.subject Housing -- Log houses en_US
dc.subject Indian Affairs, Department of en_US
dc.subject Land -- Loss of en_US
dc.subject Little Pine Reserve, Saskatchewan en_US
dc.subject Little Pine Reserve, Saskatchewan -- Loss of land en_US
dc.subject Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Accounts of en_US
dc.subject Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Aftermath of en_US
dc.subject Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Cree Indians, role in en_US
dc.subject Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Grievances leading to en_US
dc.subject Religion and Spirituality -- Prayer en_US
dc.subject Religion and Spirituality -- Sweetgrass en_US
dc.subject Values en_US
dc.subject Values -- Loss of en_US
dc.subject Values -- Respect en_US
dc.subject Values -- Sharing en_US
dc.subject Work -- For wages en_US
dc.title Mrs. Ada Ladue and Mrs. Beatrice Nightraveller interview en_US
dc.type Other en_US
dc.description.authorstatus Other en_US
dc.description.peerreview no en_US


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