|Title||Indian Protest against Starvation: The Yellow Calf Incident of 1884|
|Created by:||Isabel Andrews|
|Description:||Describes the incident on the Crooked Lakes Reserves in the lower Qu’Appelle valley in which several First Nations participated in a confrontation of the local Indian Agent over the Department of Indian Affairs’ food rationing policies and their enforcement.
Entire issue on one pdf file, scroll to page 41.
|Citation:||Saskatchewan History, Vol. 28, No. 2, Spring, 1975, pp. -51.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > First Nations, Tribes, Reserves > First Nations
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Indigenous Studies Portal > History > War & Conflict
|Nations:||Kahkewistahaw First Nation [Find location using Google Maps]
Ochapowace First Nation [Find location using Google Maps]
Sakimay First Nation [Find location using Google Maps]