Treaty 4

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Ahchuchwahauhhatohapit (Ahchacoosacootacoopits, Star Blanket)

Alternate Title
Starblanket
Web Sites » Governmental
Author/Creator
John L. Tobias
Description
Starblanket, Plains Cree Treaty 4 leader (c. 1845-1917) endeavoured throughout his life to obtain fulfillment of promises made by the Crown. Accessible from Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online.
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As Long as the Sun Shines ...

Media » Film and Video
Author/Creator
Tasha Hubbard
Description
Comments on the foundations on which treaty was based and that treaties were to be honoured forever. Duration: 9:55
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Assiniboine Elders Workshop

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Archie Eagle
Indian History Film Project
Description
Origins of the Assiniboine people and the establishment of the White Cap Reserve.
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Assiniboine Elders Workshop 2

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Alfred McArthur
Indian History Film Project
Description
History of the White Bear Reserve at Moose Mountain. No date given, probably in the early 1970's.
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Assiniboine Elders Workshop 3

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Donald Medicine Rope
Indian History Film Project
Description
History of the Qu'Appelle Valley Reserves. No date given, probably in the early 1970's.
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Assiniboine Elders Workshop 4

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Charles W. Ryder
Indian History Film Project
Description
Charles Ryder tells the story of the settlement of the Carry the Kettle (Assiniboine) Reserve. Also gives a detailed description of old agricultural practices. No date given, probably early 1970's.
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Back to the Future: The Confederation Treaties and Reconciliation

Alternate Title
Environment, Sustainability and Society Lecture Series
MacKay Lecture Series
Reconciliation: Responsibility for Shared Futures
Media » Film and Video
Author/Creator
Michael Asch
Description
Author of We are All Here to Stay: Between Canadian Sovereignty and First Nations' Self-Determination speaks about the need to return to the original intent of treaties as agreed upon by the British Crown, not as interpreted by subsequent governments. Duration: 1:23:24.
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Building Harmony

Media » Film and Video
Author/Creator
Cynthia Block
Description
Looks at the three main objectives of the Office of the Treaty Commissioner: recognize the past, resolve outstanding treaty issues and revive the treaty relationship through education. Duration: 11:59.
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Carry The Kettle - 1905 Surrender - Public Edition, July 2008

E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
FILES CAN ONLY BE ACCESSED USING FIREFOX BROWSER. Contains historical documents, reports, legal submissions, correspondence/letters, transcripts, and maps regarding the specific land claim, concerning the surrender of reserve land, by Carry the Kettle First Nation. Commissioners include : Sheila Purdy, Alan Holman, and Jane Dickson-Gilmore. [These files were created and compiled by the ICC and provided to the Indigenous Studies Portal in 2009 to make widely available in online format.]
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Carry the Kettle First Nation

Web Sites » Organizations
Author/Creator
Christian Thompson
The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan
Description
Signatory to Treaty 4, they wanted a reserve west of Cypress Mountain but ended up at Indian Head.
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Carry the Kettle First Nation: 1905 Surrender Inquiry

Alternate Title
Indian Claims Commission: Carry the Kettle First Nation: 1905 Surrender Inquiry
E-Books » E-Books
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Results of the 1988 claim under the Federal Specific Claims Policy which challenged the validity of the 1905 surrender of 5,760 acres of land from the Assiniboine Reserve No. 76. [This file has been saved and made available online with permission from the Indian Claims Commission website before it closed down in March 2009.]
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Carry the Kettle First Nation Inquiry: Cypress Hills Claim

E-Books » E-Books
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Historical background, analysis and recommendations from Indian Claims Commission (ICC) hearings regarding claim that the First Nation was entitled to a reserve surveyed in the Cypress Hills. ICC concluded that no reserve had been created, but recommended that the Government of Canada acquire the site of the Cypress Hills Massacre and recognize its historical significance. [This file has been saved and made available online with permission from the Indian Claims Commission website before it closed down in March 2009.]
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Charles Cowley Pratt (1816-1888)

Alternate Title
Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan
E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Winona Wheeler
Description
Very brief profile Charles Cowley Pratt, an Anglican lay reader, schoolteacher, and interpreter for Treaty 4 at Fort Qu’Appelle in 1874.
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Chief Starblanket and Group of Men at Treaty Four Signing

Images » Photographs
Description
ack of photo: Group of Cree Indians in gala attire, taken at the paying of Treaty money at File Hills Reserve. The dresses are very brilliant. The tall man at back of group is wearing an overall of vivid blue. The white cuffs and all cross stitch patterns are their own handiwork. Tiny white beads very closely and evenly sewn together forming the background for cross stitch diamonds, the squares and fringes done in brightly colored beads. The old man wearing a fur cap is a Chief, his name is Star Blanket. The very old man sitting in the centre is quite blind and over a hundred years old.
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Copy of notes made by Hon. David Laird upon Qu'Appelle Treaty / 1874.

E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
David Laird
Description
This file contains a carbon copy of a typescript of Laird's notes which give a detailed account of the individuals and incidents involved in the negotiations of the Qu'Appelle Treaty. The notes record the events, beginning on 8 September 1874 and concluding on 6 October 1874, which surrounded the treaty-making process.
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Copy of Treaty No. 4 and Supplementary Treaty made 15th and 21st September, 1874 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree and Saulteaux Tribes of Indians at Qu'Appelle and Fort Ellice

Alternate Title
Copy of Treaty #4 and Supplementary Treaty made 15th and 21st September, 1874
Copy of Treaty 4 and Supplementary Treaty made 15th and 21st September, 1874
Copy of Treaty Four and Supplementary Treaty made 15th and 21st September, 1874
E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Description
Crown's text of Treaty 4, also known as the Qu'Appelle Treaty.
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Cowessess First Nation: 1907 Surrender Phase II Inquiry

E-Books » E-Books
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Historical background, analysis and recommendation from Indian Claims Commission (ICC) hearing to determine whether the federal government breached its fiduciary obligation when it conducted a surrender of part Reserve 73. ICC ruled 2 to 1 that a settlement should be negotiated under the Specific Claims Policy. [This file has been saved and made available online with permission from the Indian Claims Commission website before it closed down in March 2009.]
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Cowessess First Nation Inquiry: 1907 Surrender Claim [Phase I]

E-Books » E-Books
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Historical background, submissions and recommendation from Indian Claims Commission (ICC) hearing to determine whether band members voting on surrender of part Reserve 73 were eligible under the Indian Act. ICC recommended the claim be accepted for negotiation under the Specific Claims Policy. [This file has been saved and made available online with permission from the Indian Claims Commission website before it closed down in March 2009.]
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Crooked Lake Agency - Pay Lists 1914

E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Description
An Indian Affairs book containing the annuity pay lists for the reserves of the Crooked Lake Agency for the year 1914. The book is signed by Indian Agent Arthur Boyer of Broadview, Saskatchewan. The Crooked Lake Agency was composed of four reserves: Sakimay Indian Reserve #74, Cowessess Indian Reserve #73, Kahkewistahaw Indian Reserve #72, and Ochapowace Indian Reserve #71. Included in the book are annuity figures for the Cowessess, Kahkewistahaw, and Sakimary First Nations for the year 1914.

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Enquête sur la Revendication de la Première Nation de Fishing Lake Relativement à la Cession de 1907

Alternate Title
Inquiry Into the 1907 Surrender Claim of the Fishing Lake First Nation (French Version)
E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Historical background and issues involved in Indian Claims Commission (ICC) hearing to determine the validity of the 1907 surrender. (French language version) Commissioners include: P.E. James Prentice and Roger J. Augustine. [These files were created and compiled by the ICC and provided to the Indigenous Studies Portal in 2009 to make widely available in online format.]
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Enquête sur la Revendication de la Première Nation de Kahkewistahaw Relative à la Cession de Terres de Réserve en 1907

Alternate Title
Inquiry Into the 1907 Reserve Land Surrender Claim of the Kahkewistahaw First Nation (French Version)
E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Historical background, submissions and recommendations from Indian Claims Commission (ICC) hearing to determine if surrender was valid, complied with the provisions of the Indian Act and whether Canada's fiduciary obligations were met. ICC found that although the surrender was valid and unconditional, Canada had breached its pre-surrender fiduciary obligations in allowing it to take place. (French language version) Commissioners include: P.E. James Prentice and Roger J.
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Enquête sur la Revendication de la Première Nation de Key Relativement à la Cession de 1909

Alternate Title
The Key First Nation Inquiry 1909 Surrender Claim (French Version)
E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Final Report examines whether the claim of the Key Lake First Nations discloses a breach of Canada's "lawful obligations" to the First Nation under the Specific Claims Policy. (French language version) Commissioners include: P. E. James Prentice, Carole T. Corcoran, and Roger J. Augustine. [These files were created and compiled by the ICC and provided to the Indigenous Studies Portal in 2009 to make widely available in online format.]
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Enquête sur la Revendication de la Première Nation de Peepeekisis Relative à la Colonie de File Hills

Alternate Title
Peepeekisis First Nation Inquiry File Hills Colony Claim (French Version)
E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Final report examines historical background and submission to Indian Claims Commission (ICC) regarding whether the Crown breached its fiduciary obligation by allocating reserve land (IR 81) to people outside of the Band. ICC found Canada breached its obligations and recommended the claim be a negotiated under Canada's Specific Claims Policy. (French language version) Commissioners include: Alan C. Holman, Renee Dupuis, and Sheila G. Purdy. [These files were created and compiled by the ICC and provided to the Indigenous Studies Portal in 2009 to make widely available in online format.]
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Fishing Lake First Nation, 1907 Surrender Claim

E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
FILES CAN ONLY BE ACCESSED USING FIREFOX BROWSER. Consists of historical documents, maps, correspondence/letters, bulletins, legal documents, transcripts, submissions and the English and French versions of the Final Report. [These files were created and compiled by the ICC and provided to the Indigenous Studies Portal in 2009 to make widely available in online format.]
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Gamblers First Nation Inquiry Treaty Land Entitlement Claim

E-Books » E-Books
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Historical background, submissions and recommendations from Indian Claims Commission (ICC) hearing to determine whether has an outstanding reserve land debt to the First Nation (formerly Fort Ellice) under the terms of Treaty 4. ICC recommended that calculation of the amount of land owed, be based on 1877 date of first survey. [This file has been saved and made available online with permission from the Indian Claims Commission website before it closed down in March 2009.]
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How Daystar First Nation Came To Be

Alternate Title
Common Ground
Articles » General
Author/Creator
John Cuthand
Eagle Feather News, vol. 10, no. 1, January 2007, p. 6
Description
Comments on Chief Daystar signing Treaty Number Four and selecting the land for his reserve based on a vision or a dream. Article located by scrolling to page 6.
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ICC Inquiry, Cowessess First Nation, 1906 Surrender Claim - Phase II, Public Edition

E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
FILES CAN ONLY BE ACCESSED USING FIREFOX BROWSER. Includes maps, reports, historical documents, transcripts, correspondence, and oral and written submissions in regards to the 1906 Cowessess Surrender Claim. [These files were created and compiled by the ICC and provided to the Indigenous Studies Portal in 2009 to make widely available in online format.]
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The Impact of Treaty4Project on Students and Teachers: Learning From Our Experience

Alternate Title
Impact of the Treaty 4 Project on Students and Teachers
McDowell Foundation Research Project ; no. 258
Teaching and Learning Research Exchange
Treaty4: The Next Generation Project
E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Naomi Fortier-Fréçon
Leia Laing
McDowell Foundation Research Project
Description
Students talk about the idea of treaty citizenship and relationship with Treaty 4 in Saskatchewan after attending a two-day youth conference with Life Speaker Noel Starblanket and Indigenous artist Ray Keighley.
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The Importance of Oral and Extrinsic Historical Evidence in Understanding Indian Treaties

Book Reviews
Author/Creator
John F. Leslie
Archivaria, no. 53, Spring, 2002, pp. [122]-129
Description
Review essay on: The True Spirit and Original Intent of Treaty 7 by Treaty 7 Elders and Tribal Council with Walter Hildebrandt, Sarah Carter, and Dorothy First Rider. Bounty and Benevolence: A History of Saskatchewan Treaties by Arthur J. Ray, Jim Miller, and Frank Tough. Mi'kmaq Treaties on Trial: History, Land, and Donald Marshall Junior by William C. Wicken.
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Indian Claims Commission Proceedings (1999) 11 ICCP

E-Books » E-Books
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Report includes inquiries and responses regarding: Gamblers First Nation Treaty Land Entitlement Inquiry; Nekaneet First Nation Agricultural and Other Benefit Under Treaty 4 Inquiry; Moose Deer Point First Nation, Pottawatomi Rights Inquiry. Commissioners include: Daniel J. Bellegarde, P. E. James Prentice, Roger J. Augustine, Carole T. Corcoran, Elijah Harper, and Sheila G. Purdy. [This file has been saved and made available online with permission from the Indian Claims Commission website before it closed down in March 2009.]
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Indian Claims Commission Proceedings (2007) 18 ICCP

Alternate Title
Indian Claims Commission Proceedings: A Publication of the Indian Claims Commission (2007) 18 ICCP
E-Books » E-Books
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Report includes background documents, articles, comments and responses regarding the following cases: Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation, Flooding Negotiations (Mediation); Peepeekisis First Nation Inquiry, Fire Hills Colony Claim; Moosomin First Nation ,1909 Reserve Land Surrender (Mediation); Thunderchild First Nation, 1908 Surrender Claim (Mediation); and the Betsiamites Band, Highway 138 and Rivière Betsiamites Bridge Inquires. Commissioners include: Renée Dupuis, Daniel J. Bellegarde, Jane Dickson-Gilmore, Alan C. Holman, and Sheila G. Purdy.
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The Indian Treaties of the North West

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Douglas Kemp
Manitoba Pageant, vol. 5, no. 3, April 1960, p. [?]
Description
Brief description of theTreaties that were concluded between 1871 and 1877.
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Inquiry into the 1907 Reserve Land Surrender Claim of the Kahkewistahaw First Nation

E-Books » Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Historical background, submissions and recommendations from Indian Claims Commission (ICC) hearing to determine if surrender was valid, complied with the provisions of the Indian Act and whether Canada's fiduciary obligations were met. ICC found that although the surrender was valid and unconditional, Canada had breached its pre-surrender fiduciary obligations in allowing it to take place. Commissioners include: P.E. James Prentice and Roger J. Augustine.
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