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  • Lavallee, Peter; Gaddie, Sharon (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-08-08)
    Interviewee gives a general description of his life. No index terms are provided.
  • O'Chiese, Peter (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-03-01)
    Talks of traditional values and the symbolism of the treaty promises.
  • Shirt, Peter; Rain, Louis (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Describes the amalgamations at the Saddle Lake Reserve, and the sale of reserve land.
  • Shirt, Peter; Burnstick, Abraham (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Gives his understanding of Treaty #6.
  • Wesley, Peter (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    Briefly describes his mother's recollections of the signing of Treaty #7.
  • Carriere, Philip; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-08-02)
    Philip Carriere was a special native constable at the time of Jim Brady's disappearance. He talks about the search for Jim Brady and Abbie Halkett and about his personal conclusions about their fate.
  • Isadore, Phillip; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-07-14)
    Mr. Isadore, aged 72, a former councillor on Drift Pile River Reserve, recounts a history of Drift Pile River Reserve, and of other reserves around Lesser Slave Lake.
  • Lightning, Phillip; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-04-11)
    Tells stories from his father and grandfather of the signing of Treaty #6 and of Indian life before that time.
  • MacDonald, Phillip; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    Lifetime chief of the Fort MacKay band gives a brief account of the signing of Treaty 8; talks about Fort MacKay band reserves, how they are located a long way from Fort MacKay where people reside.
  • Gamble, Philomene; Arnault, Brenda (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-03-08)
    Most of the interview is in Cree, with English words interspersed. No subject terms provided.
  • Gladue, Philomene; Saddleback, Rose (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-07-13)
    Mrs. Philomene Gladue recounts the history of Swan River Reserve, and the history of other Lesser Slave Lake Reserves.
  • Clarke, Phyllis; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-06-14)
    Phyllis Clarke was a member of the Communist party and political associate of Norris and Brady. She talks about the political atmosphere in the Prince Albert area in the fifties as well as the political beliefs and ...
  • Cardinal, Pierre; Burnstick, Abraham; Simon, Alexis (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Treaty 8 signing.
  • Carriere, Pierre; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-08-18)
    Pierre Carriere was a close friend of Jim Brady. He talks about the history of Cumberland House, social life as it changed from the pre-war period to the present ; Jim Brady's role as a leader in the community ; the fishing ...
  • Dorion, Pierre; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976)
    Pierre Dorion was a young boy when Jim Brady was living in Cumberland House from 1948-1951. Dorion talks about Brady's attempts to organize a Metis Society and his efforts to get people jobs in the area.
  • Harper, Pierre; Mountain, Mary (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-08-06)
    Interview of Mr. Harper that includes stories about the Lousy Ones and Scar Face.
  • Harper, Pierre; Mountain, Mary; Baker, Iris (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-06-14)
    Interview includes general reminiscens of Pierre Harper's life.
  • Labacane, Pierre; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Mr. Labacane, a 55-yr. old member of Whitefish Lake band, explains the need for a reserve at Lubicon Lake.
  • Nanamaho, Pierre; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    This elderly man says he was present at the Treaty #8 negotiations. Describes how he understood the promises.
  • Vandale, Pierre; Pearlstone, Carol (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-07-11)
    Pierre Vandale was born in Carlton, Saskatchewan. He was treated in a sanatorium for tuberculosis but on recovery worked at farming and woodcutting. He talks about his children's education and his lack of schooling and ...

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