Tsattine Indians



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  • Previously Beaver Indians.
  • This term has been identified as containing outdated or offensive language, and is currently under review.

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  • Additional Local Subject Headings (BC Archives).

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Tsattine Indians

Equivalent terms

Tsattine Indians

  • UF Beaver Indians
  • UF Dunne-za
  • UF Dunneza
  • UF Dane-zaa
  • UF Deneza

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Tsattine Indians

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Del Miller interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], [196-] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Del Miller recalls his arrival in BC in 1909 from Ontario; a wide variety of jobs he worked at upon arrival; South Fort George in 1911; Hudson's Hope; trapping; shipping freight on P...

Drum songs and painted dreams

SUMMARY: A recording of the Brandon University Native Music Symposium evening concert, March 1988. Includes performances by Kevin Locke (Lakota) and Winston Wuttunee (Cree); recordings of Kwakwala songs (recorded by Anton Kolstee, 12-Jun-1989); &...

Father Cesaire Mariman interview

CALL NUMBER: T3992:0001 RECORDED: Chetwynd (B.C.), 1982-03 SUMMARY: An oral history interview with Father Cesaire Mariman, O.M.I., who discusses the work of Oblate missionaries, the mission at Eleske (Alberta), the Beaver Indians, and Father Emile...

Father Emile Jungbluth interview

CALL NUMBER: T3991:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): [Moberly Lake missionary] RECORDED: Chetwynd (B.C.), 1982-03 SUMMARY: Father Emile Jungbluth, O.M.I., recalls his experiences as a Roman Catholic missionary among the Indians of the Peace River Re...

John Stuart fonds

  • PR-1504
  • Fonds
  • 1805-1806, 1826 [Photocopied 1928]

The fonds consists of Stuart's journal, and a transcript of outward correspondence. The correspondence, which is in file A/B/40/St9.2, was addressed to J.M.Yale and is dated 1826. The original can be found in MS-0182, box 2, file 1.The fonds ...

Stuart, John, 1779-1847

[Tropical Valley expedition]

Documentary. Shows an expedition through northeastern British Columbia by Mary Gibson Henry, Pennsylvania botanist and plantswoman. Mrs. Henry was interested in the legendary "Tropical Valley" of northern B.C., where the warmth of hot sp...