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Kisiskâciwan : Indigenous voices from where the river flows swiftly

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  • Contributor: Archibald-Barber, Jesse Rae
    Date:
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    2018
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    "A groundbreaking anthology from territory that is now known as Saskatchewan, Kisiskâciwan contains rich, oral narratives from Cree, Saulteaux, Nakoda, Dakota, Dene, Gros Ventres, and Métis cultures; speeches and letters by Treaty Chiefs; stories from Elders; archival discoveries; and exciting, contemporary literary works in all genres. Historically and culturally comprehensive, voices include Big Bear, Thunderchild, Louis Riel, Gabriel Dumont, Edward Ahenakew, Maria Campbell, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Rita Bouvier, Harold Johnson, Gregory Scofield, Warren Cariou, Louise Halfe, and many more."--

    Contents:
    • Life Among the Peigans / Saukamappee (Young Man) (Cree. c.1700-1793)
    • Indian Camp at the Mouth of Nelson River Hudson's Bay ; Wars between the Sioux and Saulteaux / James Settee (Swampy Cree. c.1809-1902)
    • CMS catechist meets Cha-wa-cis, Saulteaux Medicine Man / Charles Pratt (Cree-Assiniboine. 1816-1888)
    Éditeur original: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, University of Regina Press
    Langue(s): English
    ISBN: 9780889775428, 0889775427
    Collection(s)/Series: First Nation Communities Read 2019