Fonds whyte-25 - Frank Kaquitts fonds

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Frank Kaquitts fonds

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WHYTE whyte-25

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  • [196-], 1968 (Creation)
    Kaquitts, Frank

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1 textual records (6 p.). -- 1 sound recording : audio tape reel

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Frank Kaquitts, b.1925, is an artist and former Stoney Indian chief at Morley, Alberta, Canada. Kaquitts was born at Hobbema, Alberta, Canada and was educated at Morley. He studied art under Peter Whyte in Banff and attended the Banff School of Fine Arts. He has taught art and served as a newspaper columnist.

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Fonds consists of transcript and sound recording. Transcript is of text of Treaty No. 7 of 1877, regarding reserves and compensation for Blackfoot, Blood, Peigan, Sarcee, Stoney and other Indians. Sound recording includes: children singing; Frank and Walter Chiniquay singing Indian songs; Mona Mark and the Fives; Mrs. John Hunter singing Charlie and Gang and the Drunken Gang; Bone Game and Old Story by Hanson Bearspaw; part of Old Story by Noah Goat.

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Acquired by donation, 1967, 1969


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  • Language is English

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Record No. M46 / S4<br><br>

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