Little Red River Reserve

Database ID31938
InstitutionPrince Albert Historical Society
Fonds/CollectionPAHS Archives collection
SeriesSubject Files series
File/Item ReferenceSubject Files series-SF173b (Subject Files series)
Date of creation[1970s]
Physical description/extent1 folder; .5 mm
Number of images1
Scope and contentThis file contains a newspaper article about the Little Red River Reserve in Saskatchewan, written by Doug Cuthand and published in the Prince Albert Daily Herald The article describes the uniqueness of the reserve in that it is not a separate First Nation but belong to two other First Nations – Montreal Lake and La Ronge. He describes the history of Little Red River First Nation and how now today there are second generation farmers continuing to support themselves and their families.
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Primary MediaTextual documents
Specific document typesArticles
Provenance Access PointPAHS Archives
PlacePrince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
Treaty boundariesTreaty 6
Cultural regionPlains
NamesBear, William
Charles, William (Chief)
Cuthand, Doug
McKay, J.A. (Archbishop)
Merasty, Angus
Prince Albert Daily Herald
Roberts, James (Chief)
Armed Forces -- Service -- Veteran
Rights -- Treaty Rights
Historic Parks
Date Range(s)1970-1979
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