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Irma Evenson fonds

  • IEV
  • Fonds
  • 1939 - 1948, predominant [ca. 194 - ].

The fonds contains three black and white photographs, and eight black and white scanned copies of original photographs. The copied photographs were scanned at 300 dpi with 16 million colours. The photographs range in date from 1938 - 1949, and inc...

Irma Evenson

Federation of Saskatchewan Indians publications

  • PI-1111 to PI-1116
  • Item
  • 1975-1976

PI-1111: Briefing paper presented to Hon. Warren Allmand, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indians, October 19, 1976, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 62 p. The brief relates mainly to the Joint DIAND/...

Publications relating to Saskatchewan

  • PI-1083 to PI-1091
  • Item
  • 1953-2007

PI-1083: The Dam the Drought Built: A History of the South Saskatchewan River Project, by Max Macdonald. Published by the Canadian Plains Research Center, Regina, Saskatchewan. 1999. 106 p.PI-1084: J.W. Woodsworth: A Man to Remember, by Grace MacI...

Publications collected by Orville Larmer

  • PI-1066 to PI-1082
  • Item
  • 1973-2006

PI-1066: Voices of the Plains Cree, by Edward Ahenakew and edited by Ruth M. Buck. Published by McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1973. 204 p.PI-1067: Naming Canada: Stories about Place Names from Canadian Geographic, by Alan Rayburn. Published by U...

The Archival Resource Guide for Aboriginal Issues

  • PI-1022
  • Item
  • 2009

Publication compiled by Robert G. Doucette and published by the Gabriel Dumont Institute, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Publication is a listing of First Nations and Métis archival resources in the Regina and Saskatoon offices of the Saskatchewan Archi...

Interview of Fred Mooso by George Peepquaquat

  • SR-1453
  • File
  • 1973 [digitized 2008]

Digital copy of an audio recording made by Nick Johnson on November 25, 1973 while employed as a researcher for artscanada magazine. The recording is an interview of Fred Mooso, a Plains Ojibwa ceremonialist (medicine man) from Weekes, Saskatchewa...

Pow wow at Carlyle Lake

  • GM-PH-5090 (1)-(6)
  • Item
  • 1931

Images of a First Nations pow wow at Carlyle Lake. Participants are dressed in traditional and ceremonial First Nations attire.

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