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Part Of
Nicholas Morant fonds
Scope & Content
Margaret Teneese, Ktunaxa First Nation
Date Range
[between 1930 and 1980]
Reference Code
V500 / A4 / 28
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Nicholas Morant fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
V500
Series
I.A. Photography : negatives and transparencies / 1.c. Darkroom files : colour I
Sous-Fonds
V500
Reference Code
V500 / A4 / 28
Parallel Title
28. Kootenay Indian handicraft, Mrs. Tennessee
Other Title Info
Parallel title is original title
Date Range
[between 1930 and 1980]
Physical Description
1 photograph : transparency, col, 7.5x10cm
Scope & Content
Margaret Teneese, Ktunaxa First Nation
Subject Access
Ktunaxa
First Nations
Indigenous Peoples
Geographic Access
Alberta
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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The forgotten Kutenai : a study of the Kutenai Indians, Bonners Ferry, Idaho, Creston, British Columbia, where the Kutenai are located

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue8717
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1955
Author
Baker, Paul E
Publisher
Boise (ID) : Mountain States Press
Call Number
07.2 B17 Pam
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Author
Baker, Paul E
Publisher
Boise (ID) : Mountain States Press
Published Date
1955
Physical Description
64p. : ill., map
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Ktunaxa
Kootenay Indians
Indigenous
Accession Number
24000
Call Number
07.2 B17 Pam
Collection
Archives Library
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Honouring the strength of Indian women : plays, stories, poetry

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue25710
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
2019
Author
Manuel, Vera
Publisher
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada : University of Manitoba Press
Call Number
07.2 M31h
Author
Manuel, Vera
Responsibility
Vera Manuel = Kulilu Pal ki, Edited by Michelle Coupal, Deanna Reder, Joanne Arnott, and Emalene A. Manuel ; introduction by Emalene A. Manuel ; afterwords by Michelle Coupal, Deanna Reder, and Joanne Arnott.
Publisher
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada : University of Manitoba Press
Published Date
2019
Physical Description
xii, 391 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Indigenous
Indigenous Culture
Indigenous Customs
Indigenous Art
Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Traditions
Women
Ktunaxa
Secwepemc
Abstract
This critical edition delivers a unique and comprehensive collection of the works of Ktunaxa-Secwepemc writer and educator Vera Manuel, daughter of prominent Indigenous leaders Marceline Paul and George Manuel. A vibrant force in the burgeoning Indigenous theatre scene, Vera was at the forefront of residential school writing and did groundbreaking work as a dramatherapist and healer. Long before mainstream Canada understood and discussed the impact and devastating legacy of Canada's Indian residential schools, Vera Manuel wrote about it as part of her personal and community healing. She became a grassroots leader addressing the need to bring to light the stories of survivors, their journeys of healing, and the therapeutic value of writing and performing arts. A collaboration by four Indigenous writers and scholars steeped in values of Indigenous ethics and editing practices, the volume features Manuel's most famous play, "Strength of Indian Women"--First performed in 1992 and still one of the most important literary works to deal with the trauma of residential schools-along with an assemblage of plays, written between the late 1980s until Manuel's untimely passing in 2010, that were performed but never before published. The volume also includes three previously unpublished short stories written in 1988, poetry written over three decades in a variety of venues, and a 1987 college essay that draws on family and community interviews on the effects of residential schools. -- Provided by publisher.
Contents
Introduction / Emalene A. Manuel -- Plays. Strength of Indian women -- Song of the circle -- Journey through the past to the future -- Echoes of our Mothers' past -- Every warrior's song -- Stories. That grey building -- Theresa -- The letter -- The abyss -- Poetry. The storm -- Woman without a tongue -- Ghosts & predators -- L.A. Obsession song -- Addictions -- Lies -- Life abuse of girls -- The woman I could be -- Fools -- Loneliness -- Abused mothers, wounded fathers -- Hunger -- The Catholic Church -- Deadly legacy -- Keeping Secrets -- Forgiveness -- When I first came to know myself -- When my sister & I dance -- The girl who could catch fish with her hands -- Two brothers -- La Guerra -- Keepers in the dark -- Inheritance -- For the child who knew -- Never ever tell -- Ottawa -- The truth about colonization -- Justice -- Beric -- Christmas inside of me -- Spring fever -- Megcenetkwe -- Dying -- Afterwords. Narrative acts of truth and reconciliation: teaching the healing plays of Vera Manuel / by Michelle Coupal -- Embedded teachings: Vera Manuel's recovered short stories / Deanna Reder -- "Through poetry a community is brought together": Vera Manuel's poetry, poetry activism, and poetics / Joanne Arnott -- Appendix. Indians and residential school: a study of the breakdown of a culture / Vera Manuel
Notes
The "l " in Vera Manuel's (Kulilu Pal ki's) name on the title page appears as the International Phonetic Alphabet symbol for palatoalveolar click.
ISBN
9780887558368
Accession Number
2023.09
Call Number
07.2 M31h
Collection
Archives Library
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Archaeology and ethno-history in the Arrow Lakes, southeastern British Columbia

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue5080
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1977
Author
Turnbull, Christopher J
Publisher
Ottawa : National Museums of Canada
Call Number
07.2 T84
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Author
Turnbull, Christopher J
Publisher
Ottawa : National Museums of Canada
Published Date
1977
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Series
National Museum of Man. Mercury series; Archaeological Survey of Canada, paper 65
Subjects
Ktunaxa
Kootenay Indians
Notes
Bibliography
Accession Number
SG10000
Call Number
07.2 T84
Collection
Archives Library
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Part Of
Nicholas Morant fonds
Scope & Content
Beadwork artist, Ktunaxa First Nation
Date Range
[between 1930 and 1980]
Reference Code
V500 / A5 / Z-67
Description Level
5 / File
  1 image  
Part Of
Nicholas Morant fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
V500
Series
I.A. Photography : negatives and transparencies / 1.c. Darkroom files : colour II
Sous-Fonds
V500
Reference Code
V500 / A5 / Z-67
Parallel Title
Z-67. Kootenay Indian woman on beads, Margaret Teneese
Other Title Info
Parallel title is original title
Date Range
[between 1930 and 1980]
Physical Description
1 photograph : transparency, col
Scope & Content
Beadwork artist, Ktunaxa First Nation
Notes
Kootenay changed to Ktunaxa
Subject Access
Ktunaxa
First Nations
Indigenous Peoples
Geographic Access
British Columbia
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Images
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Ktunaxa woman with baby

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/descriptions36939
Part Of
Byron Harmon fonds
Scope & Content
Pertains to Ktunaxa woman with baby posed in front of a tepee
Date Range
1923
Reference Code
V263 / NA - 3272
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
Negative
  1 image  
Part Of
Byron Harmon fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
V263
Series
I. Scenic / commercial series
Sous-Fonds
V263
Sub-Series
A.1.a. Negatives, Main series : 13 x 18 cm and smaller
Accession Number
2770
Reference Code
V263 / NA - 3272
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Parallel Title
Kootenay squaw & papoose
Date Range
1923
Physical Description
1 photograph : negative, 13 x 18 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
Pertains to Ktunaxa woman with baby posed in front of a tepee
Subject Access
Family and personal life
Ktunaxa
Indigenous Peoples
First Nations
Geographic Access
Alberta
Creator
Byron Harmon (Banff, Alberta)
Processing Status
Processed
Images
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Ktunaxa woman and baby

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/descriptions36940
Part Of
Byron Harmon fonds
Scope & Content
Pertains to a Ktunaxa women with a baby posed in front of a tepee
Date Range
1923
Reference Code
V263 / NA - 3273
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
Negative
  1 image  
Part Of
Byron Harmon fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
V263
Series
I. Scenic / commercial series
Sous-Fonds
V263
Sub-Series
A.1.a. Negatives, Main series : 13 x 18 cm and smaller
Accession Number
2770
Reference Code
V263 / NA - 3273
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Parallel Title
Kootenay squaw & papoose : [Kootenay woman and baby]
Date Range
1923
Physical Description
1 photograph : negative, 13 x 18 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
Pertains to a Ktunaxa women with a baby posed in front of a tepee
Subject Access
Family and personal life
Ktunaxa
Indigenous Peoples
First Nations
Geographic Access
Alberta
Creator
Byron Harmon (Banff, Alberta)
Processing Status
Processed
Images
thumbnail
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Ktunaxa woman and baby

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Part Of
Byron Harmon fonds
Scope & Content
Pertains to Ktunaxa woman with a baby posed in front of a tepee
Date Range
1923
Reference Code
V263 / NA - 3271
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
Negative
  1 image  
Part Of
Byron Harmon fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
V263
Series
I. Scenic / commercial series
Sous-Fonds
V263
Sub-Series
A.1.a. Negatives, Main series : 13 x 18 cm and smaller
Accession Number
2770
Reference Code
V263 / NA - 3271
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Parallel Title
Kootenay squaw & papoose
Date Range
1923
Physical Description
1 photograph : negative, 13 x 18 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
Pertains to Ktunaxa woman with a baby posed in front of a tepee
Subject Access
Family and personal life
Ktunaxa
Indigenous Peoples
First Nations
Geographic Access
Alberta
Creator
Byron Harmon (Banff, Alberta)
Processing Status
Processed
Images
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Date
1900 – 1910
Material
fibre; glass; shells
Catalogue Number
103.05.1065
Description
Basket beads and cowrie shell decorated woman's blouse, light cotton blouse lined with "Ogilvie Flour" cotton, decorated front and back with tube beads in rows, netting style, front colours: green, dark blue,light blue, red, white, back colours: green, white, light blue, little dark blue, bottom ro…
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Title
Beaded Blouse
Date
1900 – 1910
Material
fibre; glass; shells
Dimensions
95.0 x 55.0 cm
Description
Basket beads and cowrie shell decorated woman's blouse, light cotton blouse lined with "Ogilvie Flour" cotton, decorated front and back with tube beads in rows, netting style, front colours: green, dark blue,light blue, red, white, back colours: green, white, light blue, little dark blue, bottom row front and back cowrie shells.
Subject
Indigenous, Kootenay
Tobacco Plains Reserve
regalia
Ktunaxa
Credit
Purchased from Alan McClelland, Banff, 1986
Catalogue Number
103.05.1065
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Date
1920 – 1930
Material
skin; glass; fibre
Catalogue Number
108.05.1015
Description
Beaded, white buckskin doll's cradleboard. White buckskin completely covers board, backboard beaded floral design, blue background, black and yellow trim. Red, orange and yellow flower. 2 red and white circles. Smoked buckskin "doll", blue cotton fabric forms hood, white buckskin blanket 13.0 x 12…
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Title
Cradle Board Doll
Date
1920 – 1930
Material
skin; glass; fibre
Dimensions
24.7 x 11.0 cm
Description
Beaded, white buckskin doll's cradleboard. White buckskin completely covers board, backboard beaded floral design, blue background, black and yellow trim. Red, orange and yellow flower. 2 red and white circles. Smoked buckskin "doll", blue cotton fabric forms hood, white buckskin blanket 13.0 x 12.0 covers doll. 5 geometric bead designs and along top. Buckskin loop 22.0 c 1.5 sewn onto back.
Subject
Indigenous
households
playthings
Mary Schaffer
Ktunaxa
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
108.05.1015
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