|Title||One Arrow Pow Wow July 12 2002. - Slide.|
|Repository||University of Saskatchewan Archives|
|Fonds/Collection||Hans Dommasch fonds|
|Created by:||Hans S. Dommasch (photographer)|
|Description:||Image of several Aboriginal youth in ceremonial dress dancing at the Pow Wow.
Historical note:One Arrow Cree First Nation signed Treaty 6 on September 6, 1878; while the One Arrow Reserve is located 53 km southwest of Prince Albert, the band has a total of 9,331.4 ha surrounding the South Saskatchewan River. This band settled on its reserve late in the autumn of 1880, in what was considered a fine location to begin agricultural development. As the chief was old, a headman by the name of Crowskin was in charge of the band in 1882, and contributed much to its development.
|Credit:||University of Saskatchewan Archives, Hans Dommasch fonds, MG172-BX77-OneArrow-6 (Box 77); records from Our Legacy site, http://scaa.sk.ca/ourlegacy|
|Rights:||Access to this image and the technical capacity to download it does not imply permission for re-use. Permission to reproduce i.e. publish or publicly display any image from this collection must be requested in writing from the University of Saskatchewan Archives.|
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|Nations:||One Arrow First Nation [Find location using Google Maps]