1983 Elders' Conference 2/5
4 Men at Sun Dance
An Act to further amend The Indian Act [Assented to 22nd July, 1895]
Adam Solway Interview 1
Antoine Lonesinger 11 Interview
Antoine Lonesinger 6 Interview
Being Lakota: Identity and Tradition on Pine Ridge Reservation
The Blackfoot Sun-Dance
Circle of the Sun
Circles, Trees, and Bears: Symbols of Power of the Weenuche Ute
The Comanche Sun Dance
The Comanche Sun Dance and Messianic Outbreak of 1873
Comparison Analysis of "Custer Died for Your Sins" and "Killing the White Man's Indian"
Cree Elders Workshop 1
Cree Elders Workshop 10
Cree Elders Workshop 3
Cree Elders Workshop 4
Cree Elders Workshop 5
Cree Elders Workshop 6
Cree (Elders) Workshop 9
[Crime Report re Little Pine Reserve Indians ... Alleged Sun Dance]; [Re: Indian Sundance, Rocky Mountain House District, Alberta]
First document is a report written by Kingston, dated July 6, 1928, asks for instructions regarding whether or not participants should be charged given the fact that the event did not appear to violate the Indian Act. Second document is a letter by McCormack, describing ceremonies which took place at Rocky Mountain House and Hobbema, Alberta.
The Crow Sun Dance
Dances With 'Religion': A Critical History of the Strategic Uses of the Category of Religion by the Government of Canada and First Nations, 1885 to 1951
Dancing Together: The Lakota Sun Dance and Ethical Intercultural Exchange
The Development of Ethnological Theory as Illustrated by Studies of the Plains Sun Dance
Discourse in the Sun Dance War, 1880-1914: An Analysis of the Narrative of Suppression, Resistance, Reaction, and Revitalization ...
The Dynamic Between the Individual and the Community in Selected Native American Performances
Elderly Ladies Workshop 3
Elderly Ladies Workshop 4
Ethnology of the Gros Ventre
Part of the Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 1 (p.145-281).
The Face Pullers: Ch.1 Images - Camp at Great Sun Dance, Blackfoot Reserve
The Face Pullers: Ch.1 Images - Ceremony of Erecting Sundance Lodge
The Face Pullers: Ch.1 images - "Indian Sun Dance, Making a Brave"
The Face Pullers: Ch. 1 Images - Participants at Sun Dance
Black and white photograph of two young Indigenous men on horseback. From the book The Face Pullers: Photographing Native Canadians, 1871-1939 by Brock Silversides.
The Face Pullers - Unused Photos - "Sun Dance. Inside Medicine Lodge"
Fine Day Interview #19
Fine Day Interview #21A
Fine Day Interview #23
Fine Day Interview #24
Fine Day Interview #26
Fine Day Interview #29
From Souvenir to Sundance: Perceptions and Participation of Residents in Cultural Tourism on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
[G. F. Shepherd, Notes 1937-1974]
File contains hand written and typed notes of historian George Shepherd, dated from 1937-1974. The notes include several pages on Aboriginal history in the North-West, that were scanned for this database. This includes a wide variety of material: from copy of a letter written by Louis Riel, to a list of the reserves in Saskatchewan in 1962 and their estimated landbase and populations.