Treaty 11

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Aboriginal Treaties

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Author/Creator
Jim R. Miller
Description
Outlines the history of treaty making in Canada between Aboriginal peoples and the Crown.
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Documents Two and Three: Dene/Metis Agreement in Principle with the Federal Government and Introduction

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[Document Three]: The Dene/Métis Decision on the Agreement-In-Principle: July 1988
[Document Two]: Notes For An Address by Bill Erasmus, President of The Dene Nation, On The Signing Of The Agreement-In-Principle With The Government Of Canada, Fort Rae , Denendeh, September 5, 1988
Archival » Archival Items
Author/Creator
Bill Erasmus
James B. Waldram
Native Studies Review, vol. 4, no. 1 & 2, pp. 202-229
Description
Introduction and two documents related to the signing of the Agreement-In-Principal between the Déne and Métis of the North West Territories and Government of Canada resolving a land claim of the Native people.
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Fleming Hall, Fort McPherson, NWT

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Anglican Residential Schools
[Fort McPherson Indian Residential School and Hostel — Fort McPherson, NWT]
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Author/Creator
General Synod Archives
Anglican Church of Canada
Description
History of St. Matthew’s Mission and Day School, established at Fort McPherson in 1862. Revised version.
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Indian Record (Vol. 35, #7-8, [9-10], September-October, 1972)

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Description
"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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Joe Naedzo

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Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Joe Naedzo
Barney Mazzumi
Indian History Film Project
Description
An account of the signing of Treaty #11 given by Joe Naedzo. Interpreted by Barney Mazzumi. Transcribed by Joanne Greenwood.
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Modern Treaties in Canada

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[Land Claims Agreements Coalition Free Online Courses]
Media » Sound Recordings
Author/Creator
Land Claims Agreements Coalition
Description
Links to four one-hour courses on comprehensive land claims agreements. Themes include general overview, modern treaties and land, modern treaty governments, and environment protection, regulation and assessment.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Francois Paulette

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Description
File contains a presentation by Francois Paulette. He discusses his background as a Dene Chief and residential school student, his work with addictions, and his ideas on Treaty 11 and what it means for the Dene people in terms of rights and responsibilities. Paulette also discusses the federal government's extinguishment policy and his interpretation of it. Following the presentation Paulette discusses some of the issues raised with the assembled Commissioners.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Margaret Donovan, Vice-President, Gwich'in Tribal Council

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Description
The file contains a presentation by Margaret Donovan, Vice-President of the Gwich'in Tribal Council. Donovan discusses the history of the Gwich'in people including the signing of Treaty 11 in 1921; land claim issues; language rights and recognition; self-governance and intergovernmental relations; cultural, educational, and quality of life concerns.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Second Presentation by Chief James Ross

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Description
File contains a second presentation by Chief James Ross. Chief Ross discusses the Gwich'in people's land claim in the Northwest and Yukon Territories; their history; Treaty No. 11; and general economic and political issues facing the Gwich'in people. Following the presentation Chief Ross discusses some of the issues raised with the assembled Commissioners.
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Treaty No. 11 (June 27, 1921) and Adhesion (July 17, 1922) With Reports, etc.

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Treaty 11 (June 27, 1921) and Adhesion (July 17, 1922) With Reports, etc.
Treaty Eleven (June 27, 1921) and Adhesion (July 17, 1922) With Reports, etc.
Treaty No. Eleven (June 27, 1921) and Adhesion (July 17, 1922) With Reports, etc.
E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Description
Concluded between the Crown and Slave/Slavey, Dogrib, Loucheux, Hare and other Dene peoples. Includes Commissioner's Report, Adhesion, Ratification Orders in Council of Treaty, and adhesion. (Reprinted from 1926 edition Queen's Printer document.)
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Treaty No. 8 and the Trapping Rights of Aboriginal Peoples: Empty Promises?

Articles » General
Author/Creator
Monique M. Passelac-Ross
Resources (Canadian Institute of Resources Law), vol. 90, Spring, 2005, pp. [1]-7
Description
"This article focuses on the trapping rights promised under Treaty 8 and their evolution over time in northern Alberta. It summarizes some of the findings of an in-depth study published by the Canadian Institute of Resources Law".
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Treaty Research Report: Treaty No. 11 (1921)

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Treaty Research Report: Treaty 11 (1921)
Treaty Research Report: Treaty Eleven (1921)
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Author/Creator
Kenneth S. Coates
William R. Morrison
Description
States the treaty was cloaked in the symbolism and legality that characterized "negotiations" in the northern, non-agricultural districts.
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Understanding Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in the Northwest Territories

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Author/Creator
Aboriginal Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations
Government of Northwest Territories
Description
Provides overview of the history of rights negotiations and how the roles and responsibilities of Aboriginal governments relate to the territorial government. Includes specific information on each of the negotiations underway with the Inuvialuit, Gwich'in, Sahtu, Dehcho, Acho Dene Koe First Nation, and the Métis.
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