TREATY ABORIGINAL RIGHTS RESEARCH PROGRAM

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Administration.

The series consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, briefing notes, policy documents, resolutions and agreements, personnel records, and materials received from external agencies related to the administration of the IAA-TARR Program.

The series is arranged into the following sub-series:

Sub-series 1        Meeting Agendas & Minutes
Sub-series 2 Trust Fund Development
Sub-series 3 Memorandums and Briefing Notes
Sub-series 4 IAA/TARR Policy
Sub-series 5 Staffing
Sub-series 6 Correspondence
Sub-series 7 Workshop and Conference Materials and Agendas
Sub-series 8 Claims Policy
Sub-series 9 Resolutions and Working Agreements
Sub-series 10 External Agencies Materials

Comprehensive and Specific Claims.

The series consists of research notes, articles, secondary sources, rough claim drafts, and position papers with regards to various types of Comprehensive and Specific Claims being researched for First Nation communities in Treaty 6, 7 and 8.

The series is arranged into sub-series according to the type of Comprehensive or Specific Claim:

Sub-series 1:       Isolated Communities
Sub-series 2: Land Entitlement
Sub-series 3: Surrenders
Sub-series 4: Water Rights
Sub-series 5: Aboriginal Title
Sub-series 6: Hunting, Fishing and Trapping
Sub-series 7: Membership
Sub-series 8: Treaty Rights and Interpretation

Department of Indian Affairs - Lesser Slave Lake Agency Fonds.

  • A2-LSLIRCTARRA-002
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1955

The fonds consists of Lesser Slave Lake Agency’s original district records of treaty annuity paylists and interest payments. Annuity payments are paid annually to registered First Nations who are members of communities who have adhered to Treaties with the Federal Crown. The paylists maintain an annual record of those who have been paid. The district copies are one of two versions of paylists kept by the Department of Indian Affairs. The district retained a local version and another would be forwarded to headquarters in Ottawa. While the two copies should be identical, historians have found discrepancies between versions.

Department of Indian Affairs

Economic Development.

The series consists of correspondence, position papers, contracts, agreements, business plans, conference materials, and secondary sources concerning areas of Economic Development for First Nation communities and industry and the Federal government.

The series is arranged into the following sub-series:

Sub-series 1:   Agricultural Development
Sub-series 2: Oil, Gas and Mining
Sub-series 3: Tourism
Sub-series 4: Environmental Advisory

Elder Interview Project 1996

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.

Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council - Treaty Aboriginal Rights Research Program

Elder Interview Project 1998

The series consists of Elder Interviews conducted by Gilbert Capot-Blanc. Six out of thirteen sound recordings have been transcribed. Elder Interviews were conducted in the communities of Whitefish First Nation, Kapawe’no First Nation, Swan River First Nation, Sucker Creek First Nation, Driftpile Cree Nation and Bigstone Cree Nation.

Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council - Treaty Aboriginal Rights Research Program

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