Rachel Robinson interview

Date
1983-07-19
Authors
Robinson, Rachel
Sit, Evelyn
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Publisher
Canadian Plains Research Centre
Abstract

Consists of an interview where she gives an account of a wolf killing the pet dog when she was a child.

Description
43 p. transcript of an interview with Rachel Robinson conducted by Evelyn Sit on July 19, 1983. Tape number IH-OT.034, transcript disc 120.
Keywords
Calstock, Ontario, Constance Lake Reserve, Ontario, Fort Albany, Ontario, Longlac, Ontario, Pagwa River, Sioux Lookout, Ontario, Animals -- Encounters with, Ceremonies -- Statutory holidays, Chiefs and chieftainship -- Duties of, Chiefs and chieftainship -- Election of, Cities -- Impressions of, Clothing and personal adornment -- Moccasins, Constance Lake Reserve -- Establishment of, Crafts -- Beadwork, Depression (1930s), Education -- Accounts of, Education -- And cultural suppression, Education -- Residential schools, Education -- Self-taught, Government by Indians -- Band councils, Hides -- Tanning, Housing -- Log houses, Hunting -- Regulations, Marriage -- With non-Indians, Medicine and curing practices -- 'Bad' medicine, Medicine men and women -- Healing by, Medicine men and women -- Powers of, Medicine men and women -- Shamans, Non-Indians -- First contact with, Non-Indians -- Relationships with, Stories and storytelling (General) -- Unexplained phenomena, Trapping -- Economic importance of, Women -- Role of, Work -- For wages, Work -- Shared
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