Waiser - Loyal Till Death: Indians and the Northwest Rebellion - Folder 6 - Interview Tapes - Don Chatsis, Smith Atimoyoo and Henry Bear

Database ID32195
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Archives
Fonds/CollectionBill Waiser fonds
File/Item ReferenceMG192_SIII-B18-F6-Interview-Cassette (Box 18)
Date of creation1993
Physical description/extent4 audio cassettes
3 compact discs
Number of images1
Historical noteLoyal Till Death: Indians and the North West Rebellion was co-authored with Professor Blair Stonechild, head of Indigenous Studies at the First Nations University of Canada. The book was praised for its sensitivity in telling the stories of Indians during this turbulent time. It won a 1997 Saskatchewan Book Award for First Peoples Publishing and was a finalist for the Governor Generals Literary Award for non-fiction.
Scope and contentThis folder contains audio recordings of the recollections of Don Chatsis, Smith Atimoyoo and Henry Bear of the Little Pine and Poundmaker First Nations relating to the Northwest Resistance.
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Primary MediaAudio
Provenance Access PointWaiser, William Andrew, 1953 - . (historian)
PlaceLittle Pine First Nation, Saskatchewan, Canada
Poundmaker Cree Nation, Saskatchewan, Canada
Treaty boundariesTreaty 6
Cultural regionPlains
NamesAtimoyoo, Smith
Bear, Henry
Chatsis, Donald
Waiser, William Andrew (Bill)
SubjectNorthwest Resistance
Oral history
Date Range(s)1880-1889
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