Wood Mountain

Alternate Names
Wood Mountain First Nation
First Nation Location
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The Indian Record (XXXII, Nos. 4 and 5, April-May, 1969)

Documents & Presentations
"National publication for the Indians of Canada." Focus on Indigenous issues, events at residential schools and legal decisions. Previously published as Indian Missionary Record. Articles reflect the attitudes and policies of the time.
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The Path of Creating Co-Researchers in the File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Jessica Dieter
Lauren T. McKim
Jenna Tickell
Carrie A. Bourassa
Jaime Lavallee
International Indigenous Policy Journal, vol. 9, no. 4, October 2018, p. Article 1
Examines current best practices for providing culturally-safe health care services, and conducting health research with Indigenous communities, and discusses a community-based research project which explored community members’ knowledge of and experience with dementia.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Wayne Goodwill, Chief of Standing Buffalo Dakota Band, Dakota Nation Chiefs

Alternate Title
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
Wayne Goodwill
File contains a presentation by Chief Wayne Goodwill of the Standing Buffalo Dakota First Nation. Goodwill relates the history of his particular band, and claims that "prior to 1850 our ancestor used to roam right up to the Saskatchewan Rivers and they migrated with the buffalo. In the 1860s when the wars began in the southern area along the Black Hills [South Dakota], most of the people did not migrate anymore." Goodwill protests of being unable to attain adequate funding to complete his people's study of its history in Canada.
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