Cree language



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Buck, Ruth M.

Original and photocopy of articles of Treaty No. 6, 1876; second printing of booklet entitled Psalms and Hymns in the Language of The Cree Indians of the Diocese of Saskatchewan, North-West America, compiled and translated by the Reverend J.A. Mackay, missionary of the Church Missionary Society and Archdeacon of Saskatchewan, 1932; Cree prayer sheet published by Scripture Gift Mission, London, England, 1946; article by Nancy Cleaver entitled The man who made "birch bark talk" regarding James Evans, published in The Observer, October 1, 1963; copies of correspondence regarding the remodelling of an old log building used as a hospital at Onion Lake, 1917-1918; articles written by Ruth M. Buck regarding the log building at Onion Lake (1973), the Mathesons of the Church of England (1951) and history of the community of Onion Lake; and article entitled Memoirs of J.F. Dion, published in The Native People, August 1969.

Letters of Chief Nehemiah Charles, 1948-1955

Copies of letters written in Cree by Chief Nehemiah Charles of Stanley, Saskatchewan to his friend, Robert Archibald Logan. Includes a letter dated August 5, 1955 sent to Logan from an individual [writing illegible] regarding Charles' death.

Liddell, Ken

  • R-803.1
  • File
  • ca. 1960-1975

Articles concerning Saskatchewan people, places and subjects written by Ken Liddell for publication in the Calgary Herald. File I.29 relates to Temple Gardens in Moose Jaw. File III.2 relates to Bennett buggies.