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Alberta History: West Central Alberta; 13,000 years of Indian History, Pt.3a: 1840- By Joachim Fromhold
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A continuation of the Alberta History Series, Part 3a, 1840 - 1860. The period from 1840 to 1870 was a period of great changes in the human history of Alberta and among the Native people, with the... More > transition from the traditional hunting/ trapping/fur trade lifestyle to a Frontier Settlement culture. 1840-1860 saw both a continuing invasion of foreign aliens into the west, and the growth of the Indian culture into the Classical Plains Indian culture. Both influences were at work among the First Nations of central Alberta. On the one hand there was the growing classical Plains Indian lifestyle and regalia, and on the other hand a growing Frontier Settlement subsistence farming and increasing literacy and an expansion of the Cree culture to fill all the economic and commercial niches offered by a frontier society. 690 pages.< Less
THE WESTERN CREE (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) Archange L'Hirondelle c1806-1891 By Joachim Fromhold
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History Notes on Archange L'Hirondelle Brissette, c1806-1891, Cree Metis from Lesser Slave Lake; retired Penetanguishan, Ontario. Mixed raw data and narrative history. Genealogy. 156 pages
Bernard, Jean Baptiste Family History Report By Joachim Fromhold
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A 20 page compilation of raw data, not a narrative, pertaining to Jean Baptiste and Catherine (McLaren/McLean) Bernard history, resident in Alberta in the early 1800's and Member of the Mountain Cree.
THE ENOCH CREE NATION A History Volume 2, 1875-1885, Appendicies By Joachim Fromhold
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In the late 1860's the Lapatak Band disintegrated, to be reformed in 1882 as the Enoch Lapotac Band (now Enoch First Nation). This is the history of the Band from 1875-1885, the 2nd Volume of the... More > Lapatak Band history. Included are appedicies, including founding members, membership lists, maps of the traditional Land Use and an ethnography of the Enoch Cree. 270 pages< Less