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Elderly Ladies Workshop
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1971-02)
Elders recall what life was like when they were raising their children. Interviewer : Ed Fox ; interpreter : Eli Bear.
Joe Kapoeze 1 Interview
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-03-21)
Interview includes a story about a child who was protected by the North Wind. Also included are stories of residential schools; conflict between Indians and Indian agents. Tape IH-045 has not as yet been translated from ...
Phillip Isadore interview
(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.
Joe Duquette interview
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-06-17)
Joe Duquette, born 1904, on Mistawasis Reserve, never attended school, completely self-educated. Now Senator of F.S.I. and involved in teaching and counselling young people. He tells the story of his arranged marriage.
Alex Cywink interview #1
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-07-27)
Consists of an interview where he tells of legends concerning the arrival of white men in North America; Parallels to the Norse (Viking) sagas -- (Is this possibly an example of the oral tradition presenting the Indian ...
Chief Martin Morigeau interview
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1964-11-07)
Consists of an interview with Chief Martin Morigeau where he gives general reminiscences of his life, including an amusing prank that he played on a preacher.
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-04-02)
An interview with Kate Assinewe who gives an account of her life. Interpreter: Ernest Debassigae ; transcriber: Joanne Greenwood.
Cold Lake trappers interviews
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-02-12)
Several interviews with elders of Cold Lake Reserve.
Pierre Vandale interview
(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 ...
Henry Pelletier interview
(Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1978-03-17)
Mr. Pelletier moved from Lestock to the Green Lake area under the Metis resettlement program.