TREATY ABORIGINAL RIGHTS RESEARCH PROGRAM

Fonds LSLIRCTARRP-001 - LSLIRC-TARR Elder Interviews

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LSLIRC-TARR Elder Interviews

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Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council - Treaty Aboriginal Rights Research

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A2-EI-LSLIRCTARRP-001

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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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56 transcripts
44 sound recordings
76 videos

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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 fonds consists of First Nation Elder Interviews conducted by the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council - Treaty Aboriginal Rights Research (LSLIRC-TARR) Program as support for the Program’s on-going treaty and aboriginal rights research and Specific Claims work. Predominantly interviews were done with Elders from Alberta Treaty 8 First Nation communities. The majority of the interviews have been transcribed.

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The Elder Interviews contain personal and private information. Therefore access to Elder Interviews requires a Council Resolution from the appropriate First Nation clearly granting the required permission to view the Elder Interview. For further information on how to obtain a Council Resolution please contact the Archivist.

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