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Tribes and Bands (First Nations) of Saskatchewan[edit | edit source]
- A list of tribes and contact information in is found at Native American Nations
- A list of bands is found at First Nations Bands of Saskatchewan
- Map and contact information on First Nations bands, tribal councils, and other information in Saskatchewan. First Nations in Saskatchewan (pdf file)
Records[edit | edit source]
- "Indian genealogy records:records of births, marriages and deaths of the members of the Indian bands of Wollaston Lake Post including Lac La Hache band and Brochet or Barren Lands band": by Maigret, Father: FHL 1013608
- Indian Registers, 1951-1984 , Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, are maintained at the Library and Archives in Ottawa. Access to these records is restricted. Inquiries must be directed to the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada regional offices.
Archive, Libraries, and Museum[edit | edit source]
Glenbow Archive, Library, and Museum
Contact: Glenbow Archives
130 - 9 Avenue
SE Calgary, Alberta T2G 0P3
Reference Desk telephone: 403-268-4204
- The Glenbow Archives and Library, has an excellent collection of resources for the study of Métis genealogy. Their sources cover predominantly Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and some parts of the Northwest Territories, Ontario, and British Columbia.
- Most of our sources pertain to people who were living in the Prairie Provinces in 1900 or earlier.
One unique collection is the Gail Morin database. The collection consists of a database of 65,434 records of persons who were Metis ancestors. For each individual, dates and places of birth, baptism, marriage, death, and burial, and notes on sources are given if known. Using Ancestral Quest software, the data can be linked to show genealogical relationships in the form of pedigree charts and descendancy charts. The database is available only with the assistance of the Archives staff in the reading room of the Glenbow Archives. The database is fully searchable online.
Church Records[edit | edit source]
- Sacred Heart, (Marieval, Saskatchewan) Baptisms, Marriages 1885-1909. FHL film 1032948 Item 5
- Sacred Heart (Lebret, Saskatchewan) 1868-1910 . Baptisms, Marriage and Burial FHL films 1032949 Item 11 and 1032950 Item 1-3.
- Cathedrale-de-Sacre-Coeur (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) Registres Paroissiaux, 1882-1912. FHL film 1033188 Item 1-6
Websites[edit | edit source]
For Further Reading[edit | edit source]
Canada. Dept. of Indian Affairs. Annual report of the Department of Indian Affairs 1886 Department of Indian Affairs, 1886. Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized 27 Nov 2007. Reports of the Indian Commissioner for Manitoba, Keewatin and the North West Territories, the various Indian Agents, Inspectors of Agencies and Farms, and the Principals of Industrial Schools &c Qu'Appelle Industrial School Treaty 4 Report on Rev. Father Hugonnard, Principal.
Canada. Dept. of Indian Affairs. Annual report of the Department of Indian Affairs. 1891. Department of Indian Affairs, 1891. Original from the University of California. Digitized 8 Oct 2010. Reports of the Indian Commissioner for Manitoba, Keewatin and the North West Territories, the various Indian Agents, Inspectors of Agencies and Reserves, Inspectors of Industrial Schools and the Principals of Industrial Schools &c Qu'Appelle Industrial School Treaty 4 Report on Rev. Father Hugonnard, Principal. Battleford Industrial School Treaty NO. 6 Report on Rev. Thos. Clarke, Principal St. Josephs Industrial School Treaty No. 7 Report on Rev. E. Claude, Principal Rupert's Land Industrial School Manitoba Report on Rev. W.A. Burman, Principal.
Dyck, Noel. Differing Visions: Administering Indian Residential Schooling in Prince Albert, 1867-1995, Halifax: Fernwood Publishing: Prince Albert: The Prince Albert Grand Council, 1997. Review by Adrian Tanner Memorial University as published in Anthropologica Vol. 40, No. 2 Published by Canadian Anthropology Society, 1998.
" First Nations History - First Nations and Metis Relations - Government of Saskatchewan." First Nations and Metis Relations - Government of Saskatchewan. Government of Saskatchewan, n.d. Web. 8 Sept. 2012. <http://www.fnmr.gov.sk.ca/community/fn-history/> . Jenness, Diamond. The Indians of Canada. 6th ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963. Print.
Hayden, Ferdinand Vandeveer On the Ethnography and Philology of the Indian Tribes of the Missouri Valley: With a Map and Plates Volume 12, Part 2 of Transactions of the American Philosophical Society The Society, 1862. Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized 12 Jun 2012. Length 461 pages. Subjects Indians of North America.Note even though the title says "Missouri" the book was written before the U.S. Canada boundary survey, and the people resident on the lands of the Saskatchewan Rivers were mentioned.
Henry, Alexander. Travels and Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories Between the Years 1760 and 1776 Native American Series. Applewood Books, 2009. ISBN 1429022442, 9781429022446. Length 399 pages.
Malinowski, Sharon. The Gale encyclopedia of Native American tribes. Detroit: Gale, 1998. Print.
Olsen, Brad. Sacred Places North America: 108 Destinations Sacred Places: 108 Destinations Series. Sacred places 108 series. Illustrated by Brad Olsen. Edition 2, revised. Publisher CCC Publishing, 2008. ISBN 1888729198, 9781888729191.
Smith, Derek G. Anthropologica Chapter: The "Policy of Aggressive Civilization" and Projects of Governance in Roman Catholic Industrial Schools for Native Peoples in Canada 1870-1895 complete with Bibliography 2001. 164 pages. Vol. 43, No. 2. Published by Canadian Anthropology Society.
Swanton, John Reed. The Indian tribes of North America. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1952. Print.
"The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan | Details." The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan | Home. Canadian Plains Research Centre, University of Regina, n.d. Web. 8 Sept. 2012. <http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/education_in_saskatchewan_timeline.html>.
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