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  • Pritchard, Lawrence Joseph; Thibodeau, Judy M. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-02-19)
    Interview is a general account of his life. He also briefly describes some of the activities of the Metis Society of Saskatchewan.
  • Pritchard, Lawrence Joseph; Thibodeau, Judy M. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-02-19)
    Interview is a general account of his life.
  • Pritchard, Lawrence Joseph; Thibodeau, Judy M. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-02-19)
    This is the conclusion of interview in the previous two documents.
  • Mountain, Lawrence; Cardinal, Johnny (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-12-05)
    Tells of his concern about the loss of some reserve land on the Beaver Lake Reserve.
  • 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 ...
  • Roan, Lazarus; Stamp, Eric (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-03-12)
    Describes the fate of the Sharphead and Papaschase Reserves.
  • Roan, Lazarus; Rain, Louis (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-30)
    Interpretation of Treaty #6 from stories told by his father, his uncles and his mother.
  • Roan, Lazarus; Rain, Louis (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-30)
    Describes how the people of the Sharphead Reserve scattered and went to live in other reserves after illness struck them.
  • Roan, Lazarus; Rain, Louis (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-30)
    Tells about the granting of scrip and where people moved to from the Papaschase Reserve. No index terms provided. No index terms provided.
  • Scraping White; Goodstriker, Rufus (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970-10-19)
    Recounts the legend of Kowasawa (an adopted child).
  • Desjarlais, Lena; Gaddie, Sharon (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-09-02)
    Interviewee gives a general description of her life. The tape got increasingly more difficult to hear as it went along, and the transcriber stopped after 16 pages. There are no index terms provided.
  • Mitchell, Leo; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Leo Mitchell, 80 years old, gives his interpretation of the Treaty 8 promises.
  • Pambrun, Leonard Frank; Arnault, Brenda (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-03-14)
    Interview is a general account of his life. He describes his role in local Metis organization.
  • Morin, Leon; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09-11)
    Mr. Morin was one of the first people in Green Lake to join the Metis Association.
  • Letter 
    Merwick, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970)
    Ernest Merwick writes a letter to Margaret Stobie regarding possible Scottish (Orkney) connections to the Red River dialect of certain tribes in that area. Letter includes an Orkney fairytale. No date given, possibly the ...
  • Wasegenis, Levi (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1967)
    Most of the tape is incomprehensible or inaudible. There wasn't any material to index. Transcribed by Heather Yaworski.
  • Corrigal, Lillian; Regnier, Connie (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1982-08-19)
    Interviewee is asked about school, work history, social life, religion, food and medicine. No index terms are provided.
  • Nahdee, Lillian; Jacobs, Burton; Soney, Patricia (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-03-23)
    Discusses various storekeepers on Walpole Island and the burning of the council hall.
  • Nicolas, Lillian; Arnault, Brenda (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-04-17)
    Interview is a general discussion of life as a Metis person growing up mainly in Duck Lake, SK. No index terms are provided.
  • Short, Lil; Regnier, Connie (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1982-07-20)
    General comments: This interview was very common. There was no additional information given. The answers given were always yes and no. No index terms were provided.

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