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Patricia Monture fonds

  • MG 539
  • Fonds
  • 1960-2010 (inclusive) ; 1980-2005 (predominant)

This fonds includes materials relating to Patricia Monture’s teaching, research, and professional activities on campus, as well as an extensive collection of materials relating to Indigenous rights, women’s rights, Indigenous women’s rights, the Canadian justice system, and how the Canadian justice system interacts with Aboriginal, female, and Aboriginal female offenders. The papers also explore issues of child welfare and domestic violence. A number of legal documents are included, as are materials relating to Indigenous self-governance, treaties, and the Indian Act. Also included are materials relating to Monture’s involvement in a number of national commissions including the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, the task force on federally sentenced women, and the task force on the use of solitary confinement in federal prisons. Through Monture’s correspondence, it is possible to get a sense of what it was like working as an Indigenous woman in academia during this period.

Monture, Patricia

C. Ralph Scharf fonds

  • MG 252
  • Fonds
  • 1971

The Education-Manpower Survey were intended to reflect the level of education and occupations of Saskatchewan's Native population.

Scharf, C. Ralph

Li Fanggui fonds

  • MG 592
  • Fonds
  • 1928

The Li Collection is comprised of 10 volumes containing stories in Dene collected in northern Alberta in 1928 by linguist Fanggui Li. Recorded in the field, these texts consist of phonetic transcriptions of stories elicited from Francois Mandeville and Baptiste Ferrier, with interlinear English translations.

Saskatchewan Indian Agricultural Program: Indian 4-H Program

  • MG 571
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1977]-1990

These photographs capture the activities of the Indian 4-H program in a number of locations around Saskatchewan. Most photographs are in albums, although some arrived mounted on foamcore.

Saskatchewan Indian Agricultural Program

Griffin-Greenland collection

  • MG 466
  • Fonds
  • Photocopied [197-]

This collection consists primarily of photocopies of correspondence, articles, photographs, sessional papers, and press clippings, related to William Henry Jackson (or Honore Jaxon, as he is also known) including copies of his correspondence. The originals of much of the material dates from 1885. The material is organized and recorded according to the structure that Griffen and Greenland have devised.

Griffin, J.D.

Harold Nelson Woodsworth collection

  • MG 380
  • Fonds
  • 1885-1963

This collection contains a variety of ledgers, reports, and memoranda created by or sent to Indian Agents in Saskatchewan.

Woodsworth, Harold Nelson

High School Liaison Office fonds

  • RG 2110
  • Fonds
  • 1962-1993

This fonds contains minutes, reports and publications. Included are copies of the biannual newsletter (1983-1990) and a Native Student's Handbook.

University of Saskatchewan. High School Liaison Office

Father J.M.R. LeJeune / Kamloops Wawa Collection

  • MG 555
  • Fonds
  • 1891-1924 (inclusive); 1891-1905 (predominant)

This collection contains 200 issues of the Kamloops WAWA as well as selected publications from Father LeJeune's personal collection, which are in large part directly related to the Kamloops Wawa.

Cecil King fonds

  • MG 548
  • Fonds
  • 1950 - 2015

This collection contains mostly textual materials related to Cecil King’s work in Aboriginal Education. His papers, translation work, speaking notes, and teaching materials are included, as are significant documents from his committee work. The collection includes a number of important documents surrounding the aboriginal education work done by such institutions as the University of Saskatchewan, Queens University, the Indian and Northern Education Program, the Indian Teachers Education Program, the Northern Teachers Education Program, the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teachers Education Program, the First Nations University of Canada (formerly SIFC), the Gabriel Dumont Institute, the Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre, and more. The history of troubles at the First Nations University of Canada is tracked through nearly-daily news reports collected by King from 2005-2010. King also extensively collected materials on Aboriginal Education, language, and general matters of indigenous interest which have been sorted chronologically.

King, Cecil

Harald Finkler fonds

  • MG 621
  • Fonds
  • 1986-2010 (inclusive)

This collection of images by H. W. Finkler, were taken of activities within the framework of Canada – USSR / Russia cooperation on the arctic. The subject matter follows the development of international relations, with an emphasis on the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug and particularly, Indigenous peoples of the north. The collection contains images of cities, towns, and herding camps; various officials from Canada and Russia; and numerous images of local people. It is an exceptionally comprehensive glimpse into the architecture, landscape, and daily lives of people in the Russian federation, over a period of roughly 20 years.

Finkler, Harald

Institute for Northern Studies fonds

  • RG 2100
  • Fonds
  • 1968-1981

This fonds contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, and publications regarding the administration and programs of the Institute. Included is material relating to: the Arctic Research Training Centre (ARTC); the academic journal Musk-Ox; the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies; the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs; and published research by members of the Institute.

University of Saskatchewan - Institute for Northern Studies

F.L. Barron fonds

  • MG 233
  • Fonds
  • 1932-1999 (inclusive) ; 1979-1999 (predominant)

The fonds consists of files relating to the teaching and research career of Laurie Barron, and consists predominantly of resource files including publications by others and photocopies of archival and library material.

Barron, Frank Laurie

R.M. Bone fonds

  • MG 240
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1988 (inclusive) ; 1969-1976 (predominant)

This fonds consists primarily of material from two studies in which Dr. Bone was associated. The earliest, the "Stony Rapids Project", was conducted while Bone was in the Department of Geography. It started with a small grant from the Canadian Wildlife Service to examine the caribou hunt; ie. the number of people involved and the number of animals taken. The project, however, grew to encompass a wider study of the region and its inhabitants. The second study was undertaken while Bone was with the Institute of Northern Studies (INS). The Northern Saskatchewan Housing Needs Survey was a co-operative effort between the Department of Northern Saskatchewan and the Northern Municipal Council. The primary focus was to investigate the housing needs of the Métis in northern Saskatchewan. The INS was subcontracted to oversee the project, train the surveyors, enter the data, and write the final report. The resulting survey was more than an examination of housing needs. It also contains a great deal of socio-economic data which resulted in one of the most exhaustive studies of its kind. The fact that the surveyors came from the communities studied explains much of the data collection success. Both of these projects offer a unique snapshot of the communities studied. There is also material of a more general nature that deals with northern Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, and the Yukon and Northwest Territories.

Bone, Robert Martin

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