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A Description and Analysis of Sacrificial Stall Dancing: As Practiced by the Plains Cree and Saulteaux of the Pasqua Reserve, Saskatchewan in their Contemporary Rain Dance Ceremonies

Revised edition of thesis written by Randall J. Brown of Winnipeg, Manitoba and submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Interdisciplinary Master of Arts in Native Studies at the University of Manitoba.

Battleford Indian Agency correspondence

Photocopied letter from A.L. Poplar, Councillor of the Sweet Grass Reserve, Saskatchewan, to C.S. Bell, Acting Indian Agent at Battleford, urging for the provision of free transportation for his residents for medical appointments, as they previously had paid money for transportation to appointments that had frequently been cancelled or deferred.

Correspondence, postmarked March 9, 1934, from the Battleford Indian Agent to Mr. Walen (?) stating permission for the provision of rations to three individuals.

Cuthbert, Charles A.

Photocopy of typewritten information on White Bear Reserve and Moose Mountain Mission compiled by Charles A. Cuthbert, a missionary, ca. 1968.

Indians of North America

  • R-834
  • File
  • 1880-1982

Compilation of former pamphlet and clipping collections in the Regina office of the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan.

File 6 includes an article by Thomas F. Kehoe entitled Indian Boulder Effigies, 1965. (Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History Popular Series No. 12).

File 13 (b) includes the first report of the Saskatchewan Committee on Indian Affairs dated November 19, 1956.

File 13 (c) includes the proceedings of a conference between the Province of Saskatchewan and the people of Indian ancestry held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1964.

File 17 (a) includes copies of Tawow (Canadian Indian cultural magazine). Includes an article on Canon H.E. Hives by Mrs. A.N. Wetton entitled 26 Years Studying Cree, priest publishes grammar (Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, June 7, 1948).

File 20 includes a publication issued by the federal Department of Citizenship and Immigration. Indian Affairs Branch entitled The Canadian Indian: A Reference Paper (1957, 15 p.).

File 21 (a) contains records relating to Anglican Church of Canada missions.

File 26 includes the publication entitled Catalogue of the Morris Collection of Indian Portraits at the Gallery of the Canadian Art Club, ca. 1909.

File 34 relates to the Cree rebellion of '84.

File 35 (a) relates to Crowstand mission.

File 35 (e) includes notes on the history of the Shoal Lake School and Shoal Lake Band with particular reference to the work of the Anglican Church of Canada there. Includes material from the Conference on the Indian in the Community held in Calgary, Alberta on May 19, 1957.

Jackfish Lake

Pirot's development at Cochin Beach on Jackfish Lake, from top of hill to north.

Pirot's development, Cochin Beach.

Pirot's development, Cochin Beach.

On a different part of Jackfish lake from Pirot's development at Cochin Beach, shown in the previous photos, there is a dry upland terrace to the rear of the beach on Indian Reservation 159, shown here.

Dry upland terrace to rear of beach on Indian Reservation 159 on Jackfish Lake.

Sandy beach on Indian Reservation 159 on Jackfish Lake - the northern reservation beach.

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