Browsing Canadian Plains Research Center by Subject "Values -- Respect"

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  • Pine, Fred; Nickerson, Roger; McLeod, Janice (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-01-10)
    Fred Pine discusses his experiences in the First and Second World War.
  • Chief, Jimmy; Mountain, Mary (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-07-23)
    The interview includes a story of the Grandson of Little Bear was was hung for his part in the Frog Lake massacre. Other stories included the tale of Chuh Chuh,a warrior who scalped a Blackfoot Chief; stories of medicine ...
  • Duquette, Joe; Welsh, Christine; Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-06-17)
    Joe Duquette, born 1904, on Mistawasis Reserve, never attended school, completely self-educated. Now Senator of F.S.I. and involved in teaching and counselling young people. He tells the story of his arranged marriage.
  • Gambler, Joe; Hellson, John (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1968-05-05)
    An interview that discusses the contents of a Lighter Staff Bundle and describes how paint is made.
  • Gambler, Joe; Hellson, John (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1968-05-05)
    Lists the contents of the Lighter Staff Bundle and tells how paint is made.
  • Louie, Joe; Orchard, Imbert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1967)
    Consists of an interview where he describes the beliefs of the Indians concerning hunting. He also discusses the importance of respect in the traditional Indian lifestyle.
  • Littlefear, Jonas; Rain, Louis (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-05-14)
    This 67-year-old gentleman discusses the terms of Treaty 10, problems with alcohol, and the need for Indian peoples to unite as an effective voice.
  • Petatagoose, Julia; King, Nora; Welsh, Christine (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-04-06)
    Two women tell their stories of growing up on Whitefish Lake Reserve. Transcriber : Joanne Greenwood ; interpreter : Mary Lou Fox.
  • Bear, Eli; Dustyhorn, Pius; Ochapooways, Daniel; Frank, Norman; Bear, Mike (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970)
    Elders discuss names and relationships and how their significance is being lost. No date given, probably the late 1960's or early 1970's.
  • Tobacco, Lawrence; Welsh, Christine; Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-06-20)
    Lawrence Tobacco, born 1919, on the Poor Man Reserve, Saskatchewan He attended a residential school and is now involved in traditional education and counseling. He talks about farming and raising cattle on the Poor Man ...
  • Littlewolfe, Maria; Mountain, Mary (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-07-04)
    Interview includes a story of Maria Littlewolfe's grandfather who died and then returned to life.
  • Carter, Marion; Mountain, Mary (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-07-30)
    Mrs. Carter tells a story of her life. She talks of the traditional way of living; residential schools and tells how she was given her name. During the interview she also relates a tale from her grandfather about the ...
  • Wolfleg, Mark (Sr.); Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-01-24)
    Mark Wolfleg talks about the Blackfoot interpretation of the terms of Treaty #7; also the roles of the Crowfoot and a group of Metis in taking Treaty #7. He also talks about his overseas experiences during World War II.
  • Tax, Ed; Tootoosis, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1968)
    Destruction of Indian culture and religion by schools and by Christian churches. Discussion of the need to return to Indian religion and Indian values. No date given, probably late 1960's.
  • Thunderchild, Ed; Laliberte, Ed; Lariviere, Jonas; Sugar, Felix; Poorman, Alex; Lewis, Morris; Stanley, J. B.; Crooked, James George; Machiskenie, Joe; Wapass, Bill; Wapass, Pete; Nahnepawish, Marius; Piapot, Emile (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-12)
    Discussion on problems of the younger generation, including alcoholism. Also discussed ways in which parents and elders can help by instructing children and young people and by maintaining the Indian religion.
  • Adams, Mavis J.; Burrs, Mick (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-09-30)
    Mrs. Adams is a retired white schoolteacher and was 69 years old at the time of the interview. She tells of her induction as an honorary chief of the Blackfoot reserve and shares her experiences among the Blackfoot.
  • Clutesi, George; Hayes, Mrs. Annie (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1965)
    Consists of an interview where George Clutesi discusses at length his role in the cultural reawakening of his people, particularly the dance group he organized. There is also discussion of the preparation of bark clothing.
  • Ladue, Ada (Mrs.); Welsh, Christine; Nightraveller, Beatrice (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-06-15)
    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 ...
  • Stephens, Grace, (Mrs.); Russ, Agnes, (Mrs.); Orchard, Imbert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1962)
    Consists of an interview where there is discussion of traditional Indian values. There is also mention of a flood legend.
  • Stephens, Grace, (Mrs.); Russ, Agnes, (Mrs.); Orchard, Imbert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1962)
    Consists of an interview that is general reminiscences of their lives.

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