Browsing Indian history film project by Subject "Wabasca, Alberta"

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Browsing Indian history film project by Subject "Wabasca, Alberta"

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  • 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.
  • Houle, Ambrose; Littlechild, Linda (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-08-09)
    Interview focuses on this man's loss of treaty status.
  • 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.
  • Gambler, Francis; Crane, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    An account of loss of treaty status and attempts to regain it.
  • 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 ...
  • Noskiyi, Joe; Starr, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-03-03)
    This 72-year old gentleman talks about the area of land covered by trapper; and family connections between various northern settlements.
  • Gladue, Julian; Starr, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-11-28)
    At age 83, Mr. Gladue looks back on his life as a trapper ; tells of the large area of land covered by trappers, and gives an interesting account of the journey from Wabasca to Yellowknife to purchase a permit. Covers many ...
  • Yellowknee, Maria; Starr, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-11-12)
    Interviewee, who is age 82 years, describes the discovery of Chipewyan Lake by her great-great-grandfather, and tells something of the land area covered by the Indians who lived by traditional hunting, trapping and fishing.
  • Gladue, Paul; Starr, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-11-14)
    Mr. Paul Gladue, aged 75, describes the area of land covered by a trapper; the traditional lifestyle in northern Alberta; and work in Fort McMurray supplying wood to river steamboats.

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