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  • Kelly, Rosalie; Kelly, Lawrence Victor; Bearl, Nathan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-07-21)
    Interview consists of a general description of Mr. & Mrs. Kelly's lives. No index terms are provided.
  • Dimick, Irene; Thibodeau, Judy M. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-02-17)
    The interview discusses a response to a plan for possible Metis settlement in the North.
  • Dimick, Irene; Thibodeau, Judy M. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-02-17)
    The interview is an account of Irene Dimick that includes a discussion of life as a Metis.
  • Dimick, Irene; Thibodeau, Judy M. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-02-17)
    The interview covers the disposition of scrip by many Metis; and response to plans for possible Metis settlement in the North.
  • Beads, Isabelle; Thibodeau, Judy M. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-04-18)
    Isabelle Beads did not elaborate when responding to the interviewer's questions. Consequently this interview does not require indexing.
  • Roy, Isabelle Betty; Racette, Victoria (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-02-28)
    Interviewee gives a general description of her life. There are no index terms provided.
  • Smallboy, Isabel; Crier, Louis P.; Soosay, Phillip (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    Establishment of the Montana, Louis Bull, Samson and Ermineskin Reserves. Taking of Treaty #6 and the establishment of agriculture.
  • Ledoux, Isadore; Pearlstone, Carol; McDougal, Doris (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-07-21)
    Mr. Ledoux, aged 99 at the time of the interview is of mixed French and Indian ancestry but is registered as a treaty Indian. He was present during the Riel Rebellion of 1885 and gives an account of what he saw in the ...
  • Martin, Isadore; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    In this very brief interview, 85 year old Mrs. Martin gives her understanding of the treaty promises.
  • 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.
  • Starr, David; Starr, Frances (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-02-10)
    A meeting of representatives from communities in northern Alberta, lying between the Peace and Athabasca Rivers. Discussion of their claims to mineral rights and to compensation for damage to environment by drilling crews, ...
  • Crow, Jack; Yellowhorn, Albert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-01-01)
    A discussion of Treaty #7 as remembered by Mr. Jack Crow from information given to him by his parents.
  • Bristow, Jack D.; Cardinal, Johnny (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-11-27)
    Jack Bristow worked with Paul's band and tells what he knows of the boundaries of that reserve and the land sales that took place.
  • Louis, Jacob; Mackinaw, Joe (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    Some of the history of the Hobbema Reserves.
  • McKenzie, Jacob; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976)
    Jacob McKenzie is an experienced trapper and bush man from Cumberland House. He was involved in the search for Jim Brady and Abbie Halkett.
  • Korzinski, Jake; Shaw, Adeline (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-12-08)
    General discussion about his life.
  • Brady, James (Jim); Davis, Art (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1960)
    A general account of the life of Jim Brady.
  • Brady, James (Jim); Davis, Art (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1960)
    A general account of the life of Jim Brady and his account of the Riel Rebellion of 1885.
  • Bull, James; Burnstick, Abraham (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-07-23)
    Discusses taking of Treaty #6 and the promises made by the government as well as changes in diet and trade resulting from initial contact with non-Indians.
  • Bull, James; Rain, Louis; Tyler, Ken (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    James Bull talks about the establishment of the four Hobbema reserves, the sale of Louis Bull land and the fate of Papaschase and Sharphead Reserves.

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