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Collection Details


Collection Name: Native Oral History Collection
Repository Name: New Liskeard Public Library [Repository Details]
Repository Location: New Liskeard, Ontario, Canada
Dates Spanned: 1986-1991
Description: Interviews conducted from 1986 to 1991 to prepare the audio documentary "Teme-Augama and Saugeen Anishnabais - An Oral Survey of Traditions". Rick Stow interviewed elders, officials and members of the Teme-Augama and Saugeen Anishnablais about history, traditions, life and conditions of these two First Nations. Interviews are augumented by contextual material from experts and personalities who situate the bands in the contemporary Native struggle. Topics include hunting, trapping, beliefs, food, clothing, health and traditional medicine, language, wildlife conservation, ethnic reations, the judicial system, missionary work, logging, and tourism. Some material concerns Alongquin and Ojibwa. Most tapes of broadcast quality, some of phone quality, 3 interviews of amateur quality. English. Reference purposes only. Tape indices by subject, and/or quotation reference.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 40
Broad Subjects: Indigenous Peoples; Intellectual life
ASP Subjects: Canada; Canada--History; Culture; Indigenous peoples; Ontario; Oral history; Traditions
Collection Code: OHC0003759