TREATY ABORIGINAL RIGHTS RESEARCH PROGRAM

Series 1 - Elder Interview Project 1996

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Elder Interview Project 1996

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A2-LSLIRCTARRP-001-1

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  • 1996 (Creation)
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    Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council - Treaty Aboriginal Rights Research Program

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24 sound recordings.
1.5 cm of textual records.

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(1996-)

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The Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council - Treaty Aboriginal Research (LSLIRC-TARR) Program was established in 1996 in Slave Lake, Alberta, with an additional office in High Prairie. It operates under the auspices of the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council (LSLIRC).

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The series consists of Elder Interviews conducted by Billy-Joe Laboucon. Fourteen out of twenty-four sound recordings have been transcribed. Elder Interviews were conducted in the communities of Swan River First Nation, Horse Lake First Nation, Sturgeon Cree Nation, Kapawe’no First Nation, Sucker Creek First Nation, Driftpile Cree Nation and Duncan’s First Nation.

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