Adams, Dr. Howard

Database ID32057
InstitutionPrince Albert Historical Society
Fonds/CollectionPAHS Archives collection
File/Item ReferencePrince Albert Daily Herald Negatives Collection - Individuals
Date of creationn.d.
Physical description/extent1 photograph; 4 x 8
Number of images1
Historical noteHoward Adams (September 8, 1921 - September 8, 2001) was an influential twentieth century Metis academic and political activist. Adams became the first Metis in Canada to gain his PhD after studies at the University of California, Berkeley in 1966. Following this he returned to Canada and became a prominent Metis activist and educator in Saskatchewan. Major works include "Prison of Grass: Canada from a Native Point of View" (1975), "The Education of Canadians 1800-1867: The Roots of Separatism" (1968), and "Tortured People: The Politics of Colonization" (1995).
Scope and contentFile contains a black and white photograph of Dr. Howard Adams, no date given.
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Primary MediaPhotographs
Provenance Access PointPAHS Archives
PlacePrince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
St. Louis, Saskatchewan, Canada
Treaty boundariesTreaty 6
Canada -- National
Cultural regionPlains
Canada -- National
NamesAdams, Howard, 1921-2001
Metis -- History
Metis Nation
Education -- Policy
Indigenous Peoples General
Date Range(s)1960-1969
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