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  • Hanuse, Roy; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-10-28)
    Describes an encounter with a sasquatch. Description of the Hamatsa dance ceremony.
  • Hanuse, Roy; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-10-28)
    Roy Hanuse describes a vision he had and how it affected him.
  • Goodstriker, Rufus; Welsh, Christine; Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-02-14)
    An interview with Rufus Goodstriker, born in 1924 on the Blood Indian Reserve and attended a residential school. He tells of the origins and significance of the transfer of Indian names, especially within his own family. ...
  • Goodstriker, Rufus; Welsh, Christine; Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-02-14)
    An interview where Rufus Goodstriker tells of his experiences as a boxing champion, rodeo cowboy and rodeo clown (1940s and 1950s).
  • Taylor, Russell; Tilden, Fay (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-11-11)
    Discusses his experiences in World War I.
  • Taylor, Russell; Tilden, Fay (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-11-15)
    The entire document deals with trapping.
  • Taylor, Russell; Tilden, Fay (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-12-16)
    Discusses his working life.
  • First Rider, George; Melting Tallow, Dave; Greenwood, Joanne (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970-04-15)
    Consists of an interview whereby George First Rider describes various ceremonial songs
  • Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-02-13)
    Nine elders in discussion at Saddle Lake Reserve. They talk about aspects of life before contact with whites, Treaty #6, the history of amalgamations and land sales, and a traditional story of a boy raised by buffalo.
  • First Rider, George; Greenwood, Joanne (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1969-02-20)
    Note: This tape has not yet been translated. Joanne Greenwood (transcriber).
  • Provost, Sally; Smith, Johnny (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-07)
    Discussion of various topics: traditional life and the changes brought about by the treaties; Crowfoot and the taking of Treaty 7; alcohol, and the problems it has brought; the surrender of reserve land.
  • Bugle, Sam; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-01-10)
    The former chief of the Beaver Lake Reserve tells what he knows of the history of the reserve.
  • Mandelbaum, D.G. (Dr.); Swimmer, Sam (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1934-09-04)
    Consists of an interview where Sam Swimmer (Yahya-num) gives a very brief account of 'bad' medicine.
  • Buffalo, Samuel (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-08-30)
    He gives a description of the difficulties encountered on reserves and the efforts made to combat them.
  • Buffalo, Samuel (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-09-08)
    He gives a concise history of the Dakota Sioux and their movement to Canada. COMMENTS: Mr. Buffalo makes a point to spell out all the names or words he speaks in the Dakota language. All the spellings come from his reference.
  • Buffalo, Samuel (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-09-14)
    He gives a description of raising and educating children; tells a story of a spirit helping two children; and tells another story used in the teaching of children.
  • Buffalo, Samuel (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-09-20)
    He discusses the mythical origins of the Dakota Sioux value system.
  • Giroux, Samuel (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    This 97 year old man describes the promises made in Treaty #8 and how he feels they have been broken.
  • Vivier, Sam; Harper, Pierre; Belly, Annie; Mountain, Mary (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-06-14)
    Both sides of this tape are in the Cree language and have not as yet been translated. Two interviews dates June 14 & July 1, 1973 and July 10, 1973
  • Jacobs, Sandy; Tilden, Fay (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-01-10)
    Discusses problems of non-status Indians and Sandy Jacobs' life as a trapper.

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