Browsing Canadian Plains Research Center by Author "Goodstriker, Rufus"

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Browsing Canadian Plains Research Center by Author "Goodstriker, Rufus"

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  • Scraping White; Goodstriker, Rufus (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970-10-20)
    Includes various Napi (Blood) origin myths.
  • Scraping White; Goodstriker, Rufus (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970-10-12)
    Includes stories of how the spirits intervene to help kidnapped persons escape.
  • Three Eagles; Goodstriker, Rufus; Melting Tallow, Dave (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970-10)
    Discusses the intermarriage of the Blackfoot with other tribes and with white men.
  • One Gun; Goodstriker, Rufus (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970-10-20)
    Includes an inverview with One Gun who tells the story of the origins of the Prairie Chicken Society and who also tells of the breaking of the terms of an unspecified treaty (treaty #7?).
  • Scraping White; Goodstriker, Rufus (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1970-10-19)
    Recounts the legend of Kowasawa (an adopted child).
  • Waquan, Simon; Wells, Wayne; Goodstriker, Rufus; Littlechief, Roy; Delaney, Adam; Mistakenchief, Phil; Starlight, Bruce; Pomerankwe, Harold (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-03-26)
    This entire document is a discussion of tactics to be used in recovering a variety of ceremonial objects. The debate is political and often vituperative in tone, and contains no material worth indexing.
  • 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).

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