Metis Identity in Canada Thesis - Intro and Chapter 1
Report to National Park Service, San Francisco fromBryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA.(1971) "The People Bought This and the Clatsop Became Rich," aView of Nineteenth Century Fur Trade Relationships on the LowerColumbia between Chinookan Speakers, Whites, and Kanakas.
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On file, Midwest Archeoolgical Center, Lincoln, Nebraska.Jury, Wilfrid and Elsie McLeod Jury (1956)
The Nine-Mile Portage from Kempenfeldt Bay to The Nottawasaga River.
54. J. Freeman, Chair, Special Committee, Hudson Bay Presbytery, “Report Re: Future Policy of the United Church in Relation to Day Schools, Residential Schools and Their Administration in Indian Communities,” November 1965, 503-9, file 1, UCC Manitoba and N.W. Ontario Conference Archives.
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In order to increase production further, Denys started developing land on Hope Island, some ten kilometres across the lake from the residence, as a woodlot and hayfield. His petition to have 571.2 acres there turned over permanently to the school for its use was granted in 1923 by federal order-in-council. In later years, Hope Island served as pasturage as well. Principal Shoup increased the dairy herd to provide milk for the children. And in 1942, Principal Caldwell introduced goats for the same purpose as well as to instruct students in their care and feed.
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G.F. Denyes, who replaced Rev. Lousley in 1916, appears to have been the first principal to attempt serious farming at Norway House. By 1919, under his direction, 30 of the 40 acres on which the school was situated had been cleared (ploughing under the old mission graveyard in the process) and several acres brought under cultivation: “This year we have corn for table use, a good number of tomatoes ripening on the vines and almost every variety of garden produce. We had oats ripen by Aug. 20. We are only able to raise a little compared with what we need. In three years, we have increased our cattle from five to twenty-four. Our hogs from none at that time to twenty-four, sixteen of these are large ones . . . We had one team then now two and we expect to get another.”
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The presence of a hospital and medical staff in Rossville, sporadically before 1914 and permanently thereafter, may have also contributed to better student survival rates. R.T. Chapin, principal from 1934 to 1941, wrote in his memoirs, “It meant a great deal to us to have a resident doctor, hospital and nurses on the Indian Agency grounds so close to us. It was seldom we had any serious illness, but it was a comfort to know that if the doctor took a boy or girl to the hospital he was receiving the best care possible.”
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Michigan's HabitantHeritage 4(4):69-72.(1983) Functional Classification and Intra-Site Analysis in Historical Archaeology: ACase Study from Fort Ouiatenon.