Charles Fosseneuve interview

Fosseneuve, Charles
Dobbin, Murray
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Canadian Plains Research Centre

A long time resident of Cumberland House talks about conditions in the area during the years that Jim Brady was living there.

29 p. transcript of an interview with Charles Fosseneuve conducted by Murray Dobbin on August 18, 1976. Tape number IH-374, transcript disc 90.
Agriculture -- Farming, Agriculture -- Gardening, Agriculture -- Livestock, Children -- Illegitimate, Christian churches -- Anglican, Christian churches -- Catholic, Christian churches -- Attitudes toward, Christian churches -- Community divisions fostered by, Fishing -- Commercial, Food -- Gardening, Fur trade -- Modern, Indian-Federal government relations -- Communication, Indian-Provincial government relations -- Saskatchewan, Metis -- Political organization, Missionaries -- Arrival of, Missionaries -- As agents of assimilation, Missionaries -- Influence of, Political organizations -- Metis Association of Saskatchewan, Political parties -- CCF/NDP, Political parties -- Liberal, Resource development -- Indian participation in, Settlement patterns -- Influence of schools on, Settlement patterns -- Influence of stores on, Trade -- Cooperatives, Trapping -- As livelihood, Work -- For wages, Work -- Welfare, World War II -- Canadian Legion, Berezowsky, W.J., Birch River, Saskatchewan, Brady, James (Jim), Budd's Point, Saskatchewan, Cumberland House, Saskatchewan, Flin Flon, Manitoba, Norris, Malcolm, Pelican Narrows, Saskatchewan, Pine Bluff, Saskatchewan, The Pas, Manitoba