Waiser - Loyal Till Death: Indians and the Northwest Rebellion - Photographs - Poundmaker and French Journalists

Database ID32238
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Archives
Fonds/CollectionBill Waiser fonds
File/Item ReferenceMG192_SIII-B19-Photos-Poundmaker (Box 19)
Date of creation[1885 or 1886]
Physical description/extent1 photograph; b&w; 11 mm x 16.5 mm
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 contentOutdoor scene of Poundmaker surrounded by French journalists; several women are in the group. Caption from Waiser/Stonechild book: "Poundmaker surrounded by a group of visiting French journalists at Stony Mountain Penitentiary."
Copyright holderPublic domain
Copyright expiry datePublic domain
Other terms governing use and reproductionResponsibility regarding questions of copyright that may arise in the use of any images is assumed by the researcher. Contact the Glenbow Museum for permission.
Primary MediaPhotographs
Provenance Access PointWaiser, William Andrew, 1953 - . (historian)
Location of originalsPhoto credit: Glenbow Museum.
Other numbers/identificationNo Glenbow identification number on back of photograph; number taken from Waiser/Stonechild book. Labelled '103' on back of photograph.
Other notesPhotograph found on page 234, Loyal Till Death: Indians and the Northwest Rebellion.
PlaceWinnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Treaty boundariesTreaty 5
Canada -- National
Cultural regionPlains
Canada -- National
NamesPoundmaker ** [pihtikowa-nahapçwiyin / pihtikwân-ayapîwîyan
Stony Mountain Penitentiary
Waiser, William Andrew (Bill)
Northwest Resistance
Date Range(s)1880-1889
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