Browsing Canadian Plains Research Center by Subject "Non-Indians -- Duplicity of"

Browsing Canadian Plains Research Center by Subject "Non-Indians -- Duplicity of"

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  • Wheatley, Ted; Benedict, Ernest; Nogongiig, Angus; Dumont, Jim; Thomas, Johnny; Osawamick, Sam; Fox, Alex; Tootoosis, John; Bruce, Louis; Fiddler, Sid; Tobacco, Lawrence; Fox, Mary Lou; Benton, Eddie; Atkinson, Herman; Robert, Chief Carl (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-08)
    The role of education in the loss of spiritual and cultural values ; evidence of previous and planned oppression by non-Indians ; revival of interest in traditional values and the role of elders as a source of knowledge.
  • Hope, Adrian; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976)
    Adrian Hope has been active in Metis politics since the 1920s. He was involved in the organization of the Metis Association of Alberta, the Ewing Commission hearings, and the development of Metis colonies in Alberta.
  • Mishibinijima, Alfred (Albert); Snowsill, Tony; Welsh, Christine; Debassigae, Ernest (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1984-02-20)
    An interview with Alfred Mishibinijima who recounts the inadequacy of schooling on the reserve, the terms of the Robinson Treaty and the Indian agents of Manitoulin. Transcribed by Joanne Greenwood ; interpreter : Ernest ...
  • Bottle, Camoose; Shade, Harry; Devine, Mike (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-10-24)
    Evidence given by Camoose Bottle, aged 71, including an account of the taking of Treaty #7 following a deterioration in Indian life after introduction of alcohol; allocation of lands to various tribes and later loss of ...
  • Chief One Gun; Welsh, Christine; Snowsill, Tony (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1983-02-21)
    An interview where Chief One Gun tells of his father's recollections of the signing of an unspecified treaty. He also tells of a Brave Dog Society prayer meeting.
  • Fietz, Janet R. (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1982-10-19)
    Janet R. Fietz grew up in La Ronge and she tells of the changes she has seen over the years.
  • Buffalo, John; Lightning, Richard (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1975-04-18)
    Talks about the taking of Treaty #6 and his understanding of the terms of the agreement as well as changes in lifestyle after treaty.
  • Phelps, J.L.; Dobbin, Murray (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-06-26)
    Mr. Phelps was the Minister of Natural Resources in the Saskatchewan CCF government from 1944 to 1948. He speaks of attempts to replace welfare in the north with programs for fish and fur marketing.
  • 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 ...
  • Adams, Oliver; Lightbrown, Lavina; Lightbown, Lavina (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1969)
    Consists of an interview that discusses the changes occurring in Haida culture. NOTE: Lavina Lightbrown probably Lavina Lightbown
  • Goodvoice, Robert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977)
    He gives an account of the Sioux participation in the War of 1812 on the side of the British, and the Sioux interpretation of the reward promised them by the British Crown; tells the history and whereabouts of the King ...
  • Goodvoice, Robert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-10-13)
    He tells stories of treachery by Americans against the Sioux who had fled to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan after the 1862 Minnesota Massacre, including distribution of disease-infested clothing and food. NOTE: Attempt to ...
  • Yellowhorn, Tom; Yellowhorn, Albert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-02-02)
    Tom Yellowhorn, who is the son of Chief Yellowhorn -- Chief Red Crow was his uncle, describes cattle-raising on the Peigan Reserve.
  • Yellowhorn, Tom; Yellowhorn, Albert (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1973-02-02)
    Describing poverty on the Indian reserves, and problems with Indian agents.

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