Browsing Canadian Plains Research Center by Subject "Weapons -- Ammunition"

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  • First Rider, George; Provost, Dila; Yellowhorn, Albert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973)
    A discussion of Treaty 7: promises made and broken; and the traditional relationship of the Indian to his surroundings.
  • Okeymaw, George; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    Understanding of treaty promises; distribution of food, ammunition, etc. in earlier times; interesting accounts of home-made agricultural equipment (as well as that supplied by Dept. of Indian Affairs).
  • Prince, Henry (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Interviewee is former member of Sawridge Band, now living on Metis colony. He describes breaking of treaty promises relating to fishing rights.
  • Gladue, Delvine, Mrs.; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Mrs. Gladue describes treaty days she remembers and how she understood the treaty promises.
  • Mustus, Jean Marie; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-26)
    Mr. Mustus, aged 78, is the grandson of Mustus, the first chief of the Sucker Creek Reserve. This is an unusual interview in that he displays fairly positive feelings about the treaty. Also talks of generosity of the H.B.C. ...
  • Meneen, Jimmy; Nanooch, Roger (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-08)
    Mr. Meneen, aged 83, describes the difficulties of life when he was a child learning to trap in the bush; tells of the Indians' understanding of the treaty.
  • Charles, John Felix (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-12-04)
    Mr. Charles, aged 83, describes the treaty promises and boundaries of the Sturgeon Lake Reserve.
  • Dillon, Marion; Mountain, Mary (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-07-23)
    An interview that includes stories of hunting, trading and food gathering. Also included are stories about the Frog Lake massacre and Wihtiko (cannibal monster)
  • Laboucan, Ned; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-03-29)
    This 75 year old man describes changes brought about by Treaty #8; promises of reserve at Prairie Lake; and confusion over treaty status of many northern people.
  • Powder, Paul; Beaver, Alfred J. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Interviewee is aged 71, non-treaty. He speaks of payment of money and goods to treaty Indians; and his understanding of treaty promises.
  • 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.
  • Rain, Louis; Lightning, Richard; Price, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    An overall summary of Treaty #6, the hows and whys of the difference in interpretation between Indian and non-Indian, based on field interviews and historical documents.
  • Tourongau, Rosalie; Capot, Dave; McLean, Dan (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    Mrs. Tourongau, aged 67, describes the promises made in Treaty 8, and the way in which they were subsequently broken.
  • Daniel, Rick (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974)
    A summary of various aspects of Treaty #8 including trapping, fishing and hunting rights.
  • MacDonald, William; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1974-02-09)
    Negotiations of Treaty #8 regarding promises made, and requests for reserve land at Fort MacKay.
  • Okeymaw, William (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975)
    William Okeymaw attended the signing of Treaty 8 when he was 12 years old. He talks about: signing of treaty; treaty promises; establishment of reserves around Lesser Slave Lake; and expansion of these reserves as population ...

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