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Louison Fosseneuve family fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2167
  • Fonds
  • 1886-1985

The fonds consists of genealogical charts for Fosseneuve, Ladouceur and Auger families; scrip applications at Lac La Biche for Louison Fosseneuve (July 19, 1886); Fort McMurray Banner newspaper from May 28, 1965 with obituary of Joseph Shott; Canadian Geographical Journal, Feb, 1932 contains the article" Scow brigade on the Athabaska" by F.J.Alcock; the 1985 English 30 paper by Ben Heslop named "The untold legend of Captain Shot"; copies of newspaper articles including (Aug.24, 1899 Edmonton Bulletin), (March 26, 1914 Athabasca Times reprint of Emerson Hough's Saturday Evening Post article re: Running the Grand Rapids), (May 21, 1914 Athabasca Times and May 22, 1914 Northern News re: Fosseneuve's death); excerpts from 1908 and 1911 Oblate annals and four photographs of Louison, his son Joseph, and Joseph's family.
"A Tale of Two Brothers - Louison & Francois Fosseneuve: Descendants of Jean-Baptiste Fosseneuve," 2016

Fosseneuve, Louison

Margaret Kennedy fonds

  • GLEN glen-3795
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1994]

The fonds consists of her interviews and transcripts from a Blackfoot Oral History Project on traditions of the whiskey trade in southern Alberta.

Kennedy, Margaret

Fires of Spring film reel

  • PAA PR3761
  • Item
  • 1978, 2008

These records consist of a copy of Fires of Spring on 16mm film and a DVD copy of the same title. Fires of Spring is a 1978 documentary produced by the University of Alberta about the use of controlled fires for agricultural management. The film specifically focuses on the use of controlled fires by First Nations people in northern Alberta and features interviews with members of the Cree, Beaver, Dene, and Chipewyan nations regarding the traditional use of fire in land management. The film also features several University of Alberta faculty members discussing the importance of the practice.

George First Rider Oral History Project collection

  • GLEN glen-946
  • Collection
  • 1973-1976

The collection consists of recordings of First Rider and edited translations. Records related to the following families/individuals are also in this collection. See inventory for details:: Barrel Maker, Bear Hat, Big Beaver, Brown, Bull Horn, Calf Shirt, Curly Hair, Delaney, Dog Child, Fox, Gladstone, Ghost Chest, Good Old Man, Heavy Head, Hoof, L'Hirondelle, Low Horn, Manyfingers, Mistaken Chief, Owns Many Horses, Shot-on-both-Sides, Small Face, Striped Wolf, Swan Old Man, Three Guns, Weasel Head, White Scap, Wolf Child, and Wolf Plume.

First Rider, George

Stan Gibson fonds

  • GLEN glen-3592
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1970-2005]

The fonds consists of research materials relating to Peigan history and the Marias Massacre.

Gibson, Stan

John Tobias Fonds

  • PAA PR3825
  • Fonds
  • 1964 - 2013

The fonds contains research papers, lecture notes, research notes taken for his dissertation, papers from Tobias’ teaching career at Red Deer College, court case files from his time as a subject matter advisor, high school memorabilia, and recordings of lectures and presentations.

Tobias, John

Paul Wolf Collar fonds

  • GLEN glen-2566
  • Fonds
  • 1963-1965

The fonds consists of pictograph drawings (and accompanying explanatory narratives) about the signing of Treaty 7; how Crowfoot got his name; Low Horn's power ca. 1870s; Scraping Hide's murder of a stockman at Gleichen and his subsequent death, 1896; and Wolf Collar's war experiences. Also consists of a recording of Blackfoot songs including Crowfoot's songs, Wolf Collar's war songs, and dog feast songs.
The drawing of the events at Blackfoot Crossing in 1877 when Treaty 7 was signed is annotated on the back:
"Lower left - Crowfoot's camp. Crowfoot leaving in wagon with NWMP escort.
Upper left - Medicine Shield's camp. Medicine Shield was ready to accept treaty (man in circle at lower right) but Crowfoot held him off until he had decided.
Top left - NWMP with cannons. Between flags, left to right, are Col. Macleod, Gov. Laird, Crowfoot and an NWMP sergeant (name forgotten). In front, Indian chiefs who have come (see lines) to sign.
Other camps along Bow River, left to right, are Bloods, Peigans, Sarcees and Stonies."

Wolf Collar, Paul

William Noble fonds

  • GLEN glen-3818
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1963-1973]

The fonds consists of his archaeological field notes, reports, and other records regarding the excavation of Rocky Mountain House.

Noble, William

Pauline Dempsey fonds

  • GLEN glen-822
  • Fonds
  • 1960-2010

The fonds consists of correspondence, circulars, reports, and other papers related to her activities with these and other organizations: Calgary Indian Friendship Society (1970-1976), Calgary Native Friendship Society ((1983-1986), Indian Events Committee of the Calgary Stampede (1968-2010), Calumet Indian Club (1960-1963), Canadian Association of Indian and Eskimo Education (1969-1972), Indian Students' University Program (1972-1976), Project Go Ahead (1968-1971), Progressive Conservative Party (1966-1977), and the University of Calgary Senate (1973-1979).

Dempsey, Pauline

Old Sun Community College fonds

  • GLEN glen-1789
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1981

The fonds consists of administrative records of the Community College. Includes some Blackfoot legends written by Old Sun Residential School students (1954). Includes sound recordings of Blackfoot language instruction.

Old Sun Community College

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