Red Pheasant

Alternate Names
Red Pheasant First Nation
Latitude
52.45789347
Longitude
-108.1796185
Province
Saskatchewan
Region
Saskatchewan
Type
First Nation Location
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Anglican Church History

Documents & Presentations
Description
A variety of articles dealing with the early history of the Anglican Church in Saskatchewan. Includes material on Emmanuel College, Rev. Archdeacon Mackay, the translation of the Bible from English to Cree, an article on a Cree-French and Cree-English Dictionary, biographical material on early missionaries and Churchmen as well as Diocesan histories.

Historical note:

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Battleford

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
D. G. Mandelbaum
Indian History Film Project
Description
A document that lists various Cree bands and excerpts from annual reports for the period 1883 to 1925. Note: Mandelbaum is not the author, but this document is part of his file.
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Chief Red Pheasant Aiding Escape of Indian Officials

Alternate Title
Loyal till Death: Indians and the North-West Rebellion
Images » Photographs
Description
Sketch of Chief Red Pheasant aiding in the escape of John Applegarth, Farm Instructor, and Applegarth's wife from Red Pheasant reserve. Caption: "Chief Red Pheasant and his brother tried to prevent further bloodshed in the Eagle Hills district by warning local Indian officials to flee south to safety." From the book Loyal till Death: Indians and the North-West Rebellion by Blair Stonechild and Bill Waiser.
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Church at Red Pheasant

Images » Photographs
Description
Anglican church and congregation on the Red Pheasant Reserve. Presided over by Rev. Inkster, no date given.
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[Fred Shore]

Alternate Title
At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research
Media » Sound Recordings
Author/Creator
Fred Shore
Robert-Falcon Ouellette
Description
Interview with professor at the University of Manitoba regarding his thoughts on Native Studies, the Métis and other projects he is working on. Duration: 28:14.
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From Student to President, Alexander Takes Helm at FNU

Alternate Title
From Student to President, Alexander Takes Helm at First Nations University
Articles » General
Author/Creator
Kerry Benjoe
Eagle Feather News, vol. 14, no. 10, November 2011, p. 17
Description
Looks at growth plans the ninth president of FNU has for the university including working with industry and the community. Article located by scrolling to page 17.
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"Indian Music of the Canadian Plains"

Archival » Archival Items
Description
This oversize file is divided into two parts for this data base. Part one (A-792-1) contains a 33 1/3 record titled "Indian Music of the Canadian Plains," copyright 1955 Folkways Records and Services Corp. There is a booklet accompanying the record that explains the various songs and Indian customs.
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"Indian Vital Statistics"

Documents & Presentations
Description
This folder contains four separate record sheets from the Red Pheasant, Stony, Moosomin and Little Pine bands naming those who were born and those who died in each band in 1908.
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"Iskwĕwak Mīwayawak": Women Feeling Healthy: A Photovoice Project: Draft Final Report Summary

Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Joelena Leader
Description
Phase two looks at local cultural knowledge and visual ways of thinking about a healthy body weight and image from First Nations women. Part of a larger project "The Cultural and Visual Context of Healthy Body Weight and Body Image Among Aboriginal Women in the Battlefords Tribal Council Region".
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"James Blackman and Jim Nicotine"

Images » Photographs
Description
This photograph appeared in the 22 December 1953 Saskatoon Star Phoenix. Clipping on page 14 of scrapbook (A-792-2). The caption read: "Chief Blackman of Little Pine, left, and Jim Nicotine of Red Pheasant who is sounding the tom tom and singing "The Queen" in Cree."
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"Miss J. M. Morton, Edwin Wuttunee, Sam Swimmer, Dr. P. W. Head, Archdeacon H. E. Hives."

Images » Photographs
Description
One photograph taken at North Battleford Indian Hospital that appeared in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix, 22 December 1953. It is found on page 13 of the scrap book (A-792-2). The caption reads: "Chief Swimmer is shown here addressing the assembly before the initiation. Left to right are: Miss J. M. Morton, RN, head of the nursing staff; Edwin Wuttunee, Red Pheasant reserve, interpreter; Chief Sam Swimmer; Dr. P. W. Head, superintendent of the Indian hospital; Archdeacon H. E. Hives, Bishop-elect of Keewatin."
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"North Battleford Indian Hospital"

Articles » General
Description
This oversize file is divided into two parts for this database. Part two (A-792-2) contains a large scrap book of newspaper clippings and photographs compiled by Jessie M. (Mary) Morton. These give a summary of events at the Battleford Indian Hospital where she was a nurse from 1949 to 1956. Only a few select articles were scanned. The many pictures in the book were scanned and described as separate files (A-792-2-pic).
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The Recent Rebellion in Canada - Sketches. - 18 July 1885.

Articles » General
The Graphic, an Illustrated Newspaper, July 18, 1885, p. [65?]
Description
Collage of sketches relating to the Northwest Resistance; subjects include a view of Fort Edmonton, the steamers 'Alberta' and 'North-West', and Louis Riel's capturer.
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Red Pheasant Indian Reserve - Wedding on reserve

Images » Photographs
Author/Creator
Creative Professional Photographers
Description
Three colour and 17 black and white photographs of a wedding ceremony held at Red Pheasant Reserve (nd). A Caucasian man and a women of African descent are getting married. Several Aboriginal people attend and conduct the ceremony are dressed in beaded, ceremonial clothing. The ceremony was held outdoors.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Tony Murdoch and Con Graham, Battlefords Adult Diversion Project

Alternate Title
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Tony Murdoch
Con Graham
Description
File contains a presentation by Tony Murdoch and Con Graham of the Battlefords Adult Diversion Project. Murdoch delivers a presentation describing the project which exists to reconcile non-dangerous adult offenders with their victims under the direction of a mediator. Murdoch describes the program and its success, as well as the ethnic makeup of the participants (roughly 50% Non-Aboriginal and 50% Aboriginal). Following the presentation Murdoch discusses the program and its particulars with Commissioners Blakeney and Erasmus.
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Saskatchewan Treaty Land Entitlement Act

Web Sites » Governmental
Author/Creator
Canada. Government of Canada and the Province of Saskatchewan
Description
Statute regarding settlement of land entitlement of select First Nations in Saskatchewan including: Keeseekoose, Muskowekwan, Ochapowace, Okanese, Piapot, Star Blanket, Yellowquill, Beardy's & Okemasis, Flying Dust, Little Pine, Moosomin, Mosquito Grizzly Bear's Head, Muskeg Lake, One Arrow, Pelican Lake, Red Pheasant, Saulteaux, Sweetgrass, Thunderchild, Witchekan Lake, Canoe Lake and English River and Nekaneet First Nation.
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[Winston Wuttunee. Part 3]

Alternate Title
At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research
Media » Sound Recordings
Author/Creator
Winston Wuttunee
Robert-Falcon Ouellette
Description
Interview with Winston Wuttunee, Cree entertainer and artist, about spirituality. Duration: 26:08.
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