A photograph of a group of Aboriginal women and children sitting in the shade of a car with a ceremonial lodge? visible on the right, possibly near Onion Lake, Saskatchewan. Cut trees lie in the foreground. Picture probably taken by George Mann Jr. family who homesteaded in the area. Mann Jr was a telegraph line man for the Government of Canada and would often visit Onion Lake when he checked the line.
A photograph of a group of Aboriginal men, women and children sitting inside a ceremonial lodge possibly near Onion Lake, Saskatchewan. Picture probably taken by George Mann Jr. family who homesteaded in the area. Mann Jr was a telegraph line man for the Government of Canada and would often visit Onion Lake when he checked the line.
A photograph showing numerous Aboriginal pipes from what seems to be a private collection. Evidently the donor was from the Medicine Hat, Alberta area as the back is stamped "Medicine Hat Photo Finishers." On the back of the photograph is inscribed "34 Stone pipes in a nice oak case. I have quite a number of the stems."
Portal "brings together inter-disciplinary sources and information relating to Indigenous Studies and Native-newcomer relations at the University of Saskatchewan".
Contains links to library & archive holdings, other collections, scholarly output, etc.
A photograph of various Aboriginal artifacts including a bow and quiver with arrows, a flintlock pistol, an axe head, and a pipe. On the back is inscribed "This bow is half wood and half sinew There is no other like it in Canada. The Two long painted arrows were used on Buffalo. The gun is a flint lock." Presumably from a private collection in Medicine Hat, Alberta. On the back is typed "The Pender Agencies . . . Medicine Hat Canada".
Native Social Work Journal, vol. 5, Articulating Aboriginal Paradigms: Implications for Aboriginal Social Work Practice, November 2003, pp. 213-224
Discusses the psycho-social, economic, educational and environmental factors and the impact they have on the socialization experiences of Aboriginal youth. The article also examines the factors that contribute to risk and resiliency.
A volume of Algonquin folklore collected by Egerton R. Young. Young compiled a large collection of stories and edited some of them into what he percieved to be their "purest" forms. The book was written to appeal to both the serious scholar and young readers for entertainment value.
American Indian Quarterly, vol. 42, no. 2, Spring, 2018, pp. 191-214
Argues that when business is carried out with a commitment to survivance, relationships and community, it is not in opposition to traditional values. Reports results of qualitative interviews with individual entrepreneurs who incorporate these values into their practices.
Council of Planning Librarians Exchange Bibliography ; 594
Documents & Presentations
James N. Kerri
Supplement to the general bibliography section of American Indians (U.S. & Canada): A Bibliography of Contemporary Studies and Urban Research compiled by James N. Kerri.
Dated material. Published in 1974.
In ten videos, Knowledge keepers from Wiikwemkoong (Manitoulin Island) share thoughts and advice about staying physically and spiritually strong during the COVID pandemic. Six of the ten focus on identification and harvesting of plants for food and medicines.
Provides overview of society including spirituality, organization. kinship, culture, customs, ceremony, ritual, and law.
Chapter 2 from: Aboriginal Benchbook for Western Australia Courts by Stephanie Fryer-Smith.
Chapter 2 located by scrolling to page 2:1.