Browsing Indian History Film Project by Subject "Key No Say Oo"

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Browsing Indian History Film Project by Subject "Key No Say Oo"

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  • Courtoreille, Dezerman; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-08-02)
    History of Lesser Slave Lake reserves, and details of the history of Swan River Reserve.
  • 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.
  • Cardinal, Frank (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Frank Cardinal (aged 68), chief of the Sucker Creek Reserve, discusses Treaty #8 and its interpretation, the establishment of the reserves around Lesser Slave Lake, and problems facing a chief in modern times.
  • 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.
  • Prince, Frederick; McLean, Dan; Courtorielle, Lawrence (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1972-11-25)
    Interviewee's father, from Peguis Reserve in Manitoba, was interpreter at Treaty #8. Discussion is about treaty promises and the sale of reserve lands.
  • Okeymaw, George; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-09-11)
    Interviewee was 6 years old at signing of Treaty 8. He describes the establishment of reserves around Lesser Slave Lake; and the need for more reserve land.
  • Halcrow, Frank; Halcrow, Alice; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1972-11-21)
    Frank Halcrow, aged 59, describes: taking of Treaty 8; establishment of reserves at Lesser Slave Lake; current problems due to small size of these reserves. Also tells story of a moose hunting expedition at time of great ...
  • Willier, Isadore; Kappo, Dave (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1972-11-18)
    This elderly man gives a fairly detailed account of the events at the signing of Treaty 8 and of the years immediately following this.
  • Mustus, Jean Marie; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-26)
    Mr. Mustus, aged 78, is the grandson of Mustus, the first chief of the Sucker Creek Reserve. This is an unusual interview in that he displays fairly positive feelings about the treaty. Also talks of generosity of the H.B.C. ...
  • Lalonde, Pat (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1972-11-23)
    This 83-year old gentleman talks about work as trapper, farmer, builder, carpenter; a serious accident at High Prairie; work as councillor on the Drift Pile River Reserve and developments on that reserve; and about ...
  • Giroux, Patrick; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-07-13)
    History of Lesser Slave Lake Reserves.
  • Isadore, Phillip; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-07-14)
    Mr. Isadore, aged 72, a former councillor on Drift Pile River Reserve, recounts a history of Drift Pile River Reserve, and of other reserves around Lesser Slave Lake.
  • Gladue, Philomene; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-07-13)
    Mrs. Philomene Gladue recounts the history of Swan River Reserve, and the history of other Lesser Slave Lake Reserves.
  • Okeymaw, William; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-27)
    William Okeymaw was 12 years old at the time when he attended the Treaty #8 negotiations. He describes the negotiations and his understanding of the promises made; the role of the missionaries; talks of some of the Indian ...
  • Okeymaw, William (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    William Okeymaw attended the signing of Treaty 8 when he was 12 years old. He talks about: signing of treaty; treaty promises; establishment of reserves around Lesser Slave Lake; and expansion of these reserves as population ...

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