Collection AM - Antoinette Moreau collection

Beside the garden fence Wood pile Model A In front of the old house Doing chores at St. Micheal's Student Residence Andy Greyeyes by the well Andy and Frankie Greyeyes Hilliard Arcand Friends Esther (Greyeyes) Mowat and Josephine Greyeyes in the army. August Lafond family Moreau children In front of the old house Rita and Helen Greyeyes Antoinette Moreau
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Antoinette Moreau collection

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  • 1940-2004, predominant 1940-1979 (Creation)

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46 photographs

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Antoinette (Greyeyes) Moreau was born in 1927 at home on Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan. She is the sixth of eleven children born to Louis Nathan and Clemence (nee Ledoux) Greyeyes. Antoinette married Edmond Moreau in 1946. Antoinette had fourteen children (Gordon, Ruth, Gary, Rhonda, Karen, Louis, Kenneth, Sharon, Wayne, Dennis, Dean, Derrick, Deborah and Denise). Antoinette attended school at the St. Michael's Indian Residential School in Duck Lake, Saskatchewan. She raised her family in the town of Marcelin located south of Muskeg Lake Cree Nation.

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The Antoinette Moreau collection contains photographs that depict the family and friends of Antoinette Moreau and offer a look into the way of life of the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation.

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Permission of Antoinette Moreau is needed for publication of this material.

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