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  • Lonesinger, Antoine (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Interview includes the stories of a raid on the Blackfoot and the struggle for supremacy between two medicine men. (Transcribed by J. Greenwood)
  • Lonesinger, Antoine; Littlepoplar, Alphonse (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-09-18)
    This tape consists of Cree songs not yet transcribed.
  • Auger, Antoinnette; Crane, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Interview relates entirely to the loss of treaty status by this particular family.
  • Nicolas, Archie; Arnault, Brenda (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-04-11)
    Interview begins with an account of Mr. Nicolas' school days, and progresses to a general discussion of life as a Metis person, including discrimination. No index terms are provided.
  • O'ar, Archie; Crane, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976)
    Loss of treaty status due to mistaken identity.
  • Fontaine, Arsene; Marnoch, Ray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-01-21)
    Arsene Fontaine describes a curing by a medicine man and a brief description of how to make a canoe. She also gives a description of transportation by dog team.
  • Fontaine, Arsene; Marnoch, Ray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1980-01-21)
    Arsene Fontaine reminiscences.
  • Fontaine, Arsene; Marnoch, Ray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1980-01-28)
    Arsene Fontaine reminiscences.
  • Fisher, Arthur; Jacobs, Burton (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-03-23)
    General description of his work on tug boats.
  • Davis, Art; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-07-05)
    Art Davis, a professor of sociology, hired Jim Brady as a research technician/interviewer for work in the north. Davis discusses Brady's work, his personality, his politics and compares Brady to Malcolm Norris.
  • Sjolander, Art; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09-03)
    Art Sjolander is a geologist and prospector who has lived in northern Saskatchewan since 1959. He knew Jim Brady and was involved in the search for Brady and Halkett in 1967.
  • Eagle, Archie (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-10)
    Origins of the Assiniboine people and the establishment of the White Cap Reserve.
  • McArthur, Alfred (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    History of the White Bear Reserve at Moose Mountain. No date given, probably in the early 1970's.
  • Medicine Rope, Donald (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    History of the Qu'Appelle Valley Reserves. No date given, probably in the early 1970's.
  • Ryder, Charles W. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    Charles Ryder tells the story of the settlement of the Carry the Kettle (Assiniboine) Reserve. Also gives a detailed description of old agricultural practices. No date given, probably early 1970's.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); Atcenam (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1935-07-22)
    An interview that was not very successful, his conversation being rambling and disorganized. Atcenam mentions some aspects of traditional lifestyle.
  • Auger, August; Crane, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Interview relates to understanding of Treaty #8 promises; the establishment of Wabasca Reserves; and the loss of treaty status by many people in the area.
  • Yellow Sun, Augustine; Poor Eagle, Joe; Wolfleg, Allan J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-02-22)
    Detailed description of what happened at Blackfoot Crossing when Treaty 7 was negotiated; and CPR right of way through the Blackfoot Reserve.
  • Yellow Sun, Augustine; Poor Eagle, Joe; Wolfleg, Allan J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    A discussion of Land rights under Treaty #7; trade of furs for goods; and the dispersal of the Blackfoot people and eventual return to the Blackfoot Reserve under Crowfoot.
  • Sound, August; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1972-11-23)
    A very brief interview touching on treaty rights and on the history of the Swan River Reserve.

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