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Books and Articles

Abel, Kerry. Drum Songs: Glimpses of Dene History. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1993.

Adams, Howard. Prison of Grass: Canada from a Native Point of View. Saskatoon, Fifth House Publishers, 1989 (revised ed).

Albers, Patricia C. “Plains Ojibwa,” in DeMallie, Raymond J. Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 3, part 1 of 2. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 2001.

Archambault, JoAllyn. “Sun Dance,” in DeMallie, Raymond J. Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 13, part 2 of 2. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 2001.

Barnholden, Michael (translator). Gabriel Dumont Speaks. Vancouver, Talonbooks, 1993.

Barron, Laurie F., and James B. Waldram, eds. 1885 and After: Native Society in Transition. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1986.

Berry , Susan, and Jack Brink. Aboriginal Cultures in Alberta: Five Hundred Generations.

Edmonton : Provincial Museum of Alberta, 2005.

Brizinski, Peggy. Knots in a String: An Introduction to Native Studies in Canada. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan Extension Press, 1993.

Brown, Wayne F. Steele’s Scouts: Samuel Benfield Steele and the North-West Rebellion. Surrey, B.C.: Heritage House, 2001.

Bryan, Liz. The Buffalo People: Prehistoric Archaeology on the Canadian Plains. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1991.

Christensen, Deanna. Ahtahkakoop:The Epic Account of a Plains Cree Head Chief, His People and Their Vision for Survival, 1816-1896. Shell Lake , Sask. : Ahtahkakoop Publishing, 2000.

Coutu, Phillip R., and Lorraine Hoffman-Mercredi. Inkonze:The Stones of Traditional

Knowledge . 2 nd ed. Edmonton: Thunderwoman Ethnographics, 2002.

Cox, Bruce Alden. Native People, Native Lands: Canadian Indians, Inuit and Metis. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1992.

Darnell, Regna. “Plains Cree.” Handbook of North American IndiansVolume 13, part 1 of 2. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 2001.

DeMallie, Raymond J., and William C. Sturtevant, eds. Handbook of North American Indians Volume 13 Part 1 of 2: Plains. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 2001.

DeMallie, Raymond J., and William C. Sturtevant, eds. Handbook of North American Indians Volume 13 Part 2 of 2: Plains. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 2001.

DeMallie, Raymond J, and Douglas R. Parks. “Tribal Traditions and Records,” in DeMallie, Raymond J. Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 13, part 2 of 2. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 2001.

DeMallie, Raymond J. and David Reed Miller. “ Assiniboine,” in DeMallie, Raymond J. Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 13, part 1 of 2. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 2001.

Denig, Edwin Thompson. The Assiniboine: Forty Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1928-1929. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 2000.

Dickason, Olive Patricia. Canada’s First Nations: A History of Founding Peoples from Earliest Times. 2 nd ed. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Getty, Ian A. L., and Antoine S. Lussier, eds. As Long as the Sun Shines and Water Flows: A Reader in Canadian Native Studies. Vancouver : University of British Columbia Press, 1983.

Helm, June, and William C. Sturtevant, eds. Handbook of North American Indians Volume 6: Subarctic. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 1981.

Hodgins, Ken J. The Art of the Nehiyawak. Edmonton: Plains Publishing, 1988.

Jenish, D’arcy. Indian Fall: The Last Great Days of the Plains Cree and the Blackfoot Confederacy. Toronto, Ont.: Viking, 1999.

Johnson, Gregory A. Lac La Biche Chronicles: The Early Years. Lac La Biche: Potage College, 1999.

Kainai Board of Education et al., Aboriginal Studies 20: Peoples and Cultural Change. Edmonton: Duval House Publishing, 2005.

MacEwan, J.W. Grant. Portraits from the Plains. Toronto, McGraw-Hill Company of Canada, 1971.

Magocsi, Paul Robert, ed. Aboriginal Peoples of Canada: A Short Introduction. Toronto:

University of Toronto Press, 2002.

Malinowski, Sharon and Anna Sheets, eds. The Gale Encyclopedia of North American Tribes Volume III: Arctic, Subarctic, Great Plains,Plateau. Detroit, New York, Toronto, London, Gale Research, 1998.

Malinowski, Sharon and Anna Sheets, eds., “ Assiniboine.” The Gale Encyclopedia of North American Tribes, Vol. III. Detroit: Gale Research, 1998.

Malinowski, Sharon and Anna Sheets, eds., “Chipewyan.” The Gale Encyclopedia of North American Tribes, Vol. III. Detroit: Gale Research, 1998.

Malinowski, Sharon and Anna Sheets, eds., “Cree.” The Gale Encyclopedia of North American Tribes, Volume III. Detroit: Gale Research, 1998.

Mandelbaum, David. The Plains Cree. The American Museum of Natural History, Anthropological papers, vol. 23, pt.2, 1940.

Mandelbaum, David G.The Plains Cree: An Ethnographic, Historical, and Comparative Study. 5 th Reprint, Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1979.

McDougall, John. In the Days of the Red River Rebellion. Edmonton, University of Alberta Press, 1983 (reprint).

McMillan, Alan D. Native Peoples and Cultures of Canada: An Anthropological Overview. 2 nd ed. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1995.

McQuillan, D. Aidan. “Creation of Indian Reserves on the Canadian Prairies 1870-1885.” Vol. 70, No. 4 (October 1980), pp. 379-396.

Meili, Dianne. Those Who Know: Profiles of Alberta’s Native Elders. Edmonton: New West Publishers, 1991.

Paget, Amelia M. People of the Plains. Intro. Sarah Carter. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 2004.

Ponting, J. Rick (ed). Arduous Journey: Canadian Indians and Decolonization. Toronto.

McClelland and Stewart, 1986.

Price, Richard T. Legacy: Indian Treaty Relationships. Edmonton: Alta.: Plains Pub., 1991.

Ray, Arthur J., Miller, Jim, Tough, Frank J. Bounty and Benevolence: A History of Saskatchewan Treaties. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000.

Ray, Arthur J. I Have Lived Here Since the World Began: An Illustrated History of Canada’s Native People. Rev. ed. Toronto: Key Porter Books, 2005.

Stonechild, Blair and Bill Waiser. Loyal till Death: Indians and the North-West Rebellion. Calgary, Fifth House Publishing, 1997.

Smith, James G.E. “Chipewyan,” in DeMallie, Raymond J. Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 6. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 2001.

Thompson, John Herd. Forging the Prairie West. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1998.

Tribal Chiefs Institute of Treaty 6 and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. In Their Footsteps: Contributions of First Nations People in Alberta. Edmonton, Ottawa, Duval House Publishing, 2001.

Waiser, Bill. Saskatchewan: A New History. Calgary, Fifth House Publishing, 2005.

Websites and Online Publications

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development. http://www.aand.gov.ab.ca/ (accessed July 2006).

Aboriginal Canada Portal. “First Nations Communities in Alberta.” Provincial and Territorial Information. http://www.aboriginalcanada.gc.ca/acp/community/site.nsf/en/ab-fn-b.html (accessed July 2006).

Aboriginal Canada Portal. “First Nations Communities in Saskatchewan.” Provincial and Territorial Information. http://www.aboriginalcanada.gc.ca/acp/community/site.nsf/en/sk-all-b.html (accessed July 2006).

Acland, Joan, et al. “Alex Janvier.” First Nations Art: An Introduction to Contemporary Native Artists in Canada. http://collections.ic.gc.ca (accessed July 2006).

Agriculture, Food and Rural Development. “Steinhauer, Ralph G. – 1984 Hall of Fame Inductee.” Government of Alberta, 2001-2006.http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca (accessed July 2006).

The Applied History Research Group. “European Contact – Canadian Shield: Ojibwa and Cree.” Canada’s First Nations. University of Calgary. http://www.ucalgary.ca (accessed July, 2006).

Burnham, Philip. “UN Special Report: Inside the Medicine Chest.” Indian Country Today. June 26, 2003. www.indiancountry.com (accessed July 2006).

Canada in the Making. “Treaties and Relations.” Aboriginals.http://www.canadiana.org

Canada ’s Digital Collections. The Saulteaux: Historical Background of the Saulteaux People.” A Saskatchewan Experience in a Traditional Tipi Camp. http://collections.ic.gc.ca/tipicamp (accessed July, 2006).

Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation. “Perpetuating a Stereotype: The Historical Fancy Dress Ball, Ottawa, February 17, 1896.” Civilization.ca.http://www.civilization.ca (accessed August 2006).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). “The Battle for Aboriginal Treaty Rights.” CBC Archives. http://archives.cbc.ca (accessed July 2006).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). “Rebellion on the Red.” CBC Archives. http://archives.cbc.ca (accessed July 2006).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). “Public Hanging for Frog Lake Massacre.” CBC Archives. http://archives.cbc.ca (accessed July 2006).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). “Priest, peacemaker, and pioneer.” CBC Archives. http://archives.cbc.ca (accessed July 2006).

Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation. “Treasures Gallery: Morning Star.” Civilization.ca.http://www.civilization.ca (accessed July 2006).

Carlton University . Native Drums: http://nativedrums.ca/ (accessed July 2006).

Confederacy of Treaty 6 First Nations. http://www.treaty6.ca/ (accessed July 2006).

Dennet-Ballantyne. “Ballendine, Peter.” Family Notes. http://modena.intergate.ca (accessed July 2006).

Government of Canada. Aboriginal Canada Portal.http://www.aboriginalcanada.gc.ca/ (accessed July 2006).

Heritage Community Foundation. Methodist Missionaries in Alberta. http://www.albertasource.ca (accessed July 2006)

Heritage Community Foundation. “Lieutenant Governors, The Honourable Ralph G. Steinhauer, 1974-79.” Welcome to Alberta’s Political History. http://www.abheritage.ca(accessed July 2006).

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/ (accessed July 2006).

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. “Appendix 3.” Communications Strategy. http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca (accessed July 2006).

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. “Terminology.” Information Sheets. http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca (accessed August 2006).

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. J. Wilton Littlechild. http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca (accessed July 2006).

Indian Claims Commission, “History of the ICC and Specific Claims in Canada.” About the ICC. http://www.indianclaims.ca (accessed August 2006).

Indian Claims Commission, “Cold and Canoe Lake Inquiry [ Primrose Lake Air Weapons Range], August 1993.” Claimsmap, Alberta.http://www.indianclaims.ca (accessed August 2006).

Janvier, Alex. About the Artist. http://www.alexjanvier.com/ (accessed July 2006).

Library and Archives Canada. “The Northwest Territories.” Canadian Confederation.http://www.collectionscanada.ca

Littlechild, J. Wilton. “Address to Indigenous People’s Caucus from 13 – 17 November 1996 World Food Summit, Rome, Italy.” Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. www.fao.org (accessed July 2006).

Littlechild, J. Wilton. “Presentation to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, 13 May, 2002.” Dialogue Between Nations.www.dialoguebetweennations.com (accessed July 2006).

Littlechild, J. Wilton. “Speech from 4 October 2005.” Advancing the Human Rights of Indigenous People: A Critical Challenge for the International Community. Rights and Democracy (International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development). www.dd-rd.ca (accessed July 2006).

John McFarlane et al. Luxton Museum of the Plains People. http://collections.ic.gc.ca/luxton/ (accessed July 2006).

McMaster, Gerald R. “Janvier, Alex Simeon.” Historica: The Canadian Encyclopedia.http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com (accessed July 2006).

McMaster, Geoff. “Project to save dying Chipewyan language.” University of Alberta Folio. Vol. 37 No. 9, 7 January 2000. http://www.ualberta.ca (accessed July 2006).

Morris, Alexander. The Treaties of Canada with the Indians of Manitoba and the North-West Territories, including the Negotiations on which they were based, and other Information relating thereto (1880). Saskatoon: Fifth House Publishers, 1991.

North American Indigenous Games. “NAIG History.” Team Saskatchewan - North American Indigenous Games. www.teamsask.fsin.com (accessed July 2006).

Office of the Treaty Commissioner. About the OTC. http://www.otc.ca (accessed July 2006).

Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre. “History of the Indian Act, Part One.” Saskatchewan Indian, March 1978. http://www.sicc.sk.ca/saskindian (accessed July 2006).

Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre. “Indian Named Lt.-Governor.” Saskatchewan Indian, May 1974. http://www.sicc.sk.ca/saskindian (accessed July 2006).

Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre. “Beardy: Kamiscowecit.” Saskatchewan Indian, January 1990. http://collections.ic.gc.ca/saskindian (accessed July 2006).

Société culturelle Mamowapik and the Lac La Biche Mission Historical Society. “Oblates.” Lac La Biche Mission. Canada’s Digital Collections. http://cnc.virtuelle.ca/laclabiche/ (accessed July 2006).

Sultzman, Lee. “Ojibwe History.” First Nations Historieshttp://www.tolatsga.org (accessed July, 2006).

Kstrom.net. “Map of Treaty 6.” http://www.kstrom.net (accessed July 2006).

United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. “Mr. Wilton Littlechild.” UNPFII. http://www.un.org (accessed July 2006).

Zitzmann, Tara Rose. “Saulteaux.” E-Museum @ Minnesota State University, Mankato. http://www.mnsu.edu (accessed July, 2006).

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