ERIC Number: ED047830
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
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Saskatchewan Indian Heritage: The First Two Hundred Centuries.
Saskatchewan's history of the first Canadians is presented in this 1970 document. Early contributions of these Indians are discussed in terms of food, medicine, democracy, fine arts, language, and culture. Sections of the document are devoted to (1) ancient pursuits during the Ice Age, Agassiz Age, Age of Transition, Age of Diversity, Christian Period, and the period from 1961 to present; (2) early travelers, such as Anthony Henday; (3) intangibles in life such as rock art and native languages; and (4) those groups no longer in the Province of Saskatchewan, including the confederacy of 4 tribes: Sarsi, Blood, Piegan, and Blackfoot. Additional subsections discuss the Sarsi, Blackfoot, and Gros Ventres tribes. The document cites 22 publications which are suggested for further reading. (AN)
Descriptors: American Indian Languages, American Indians, Ancient History, Anthropology, Art Products, Cultural Influences, History, Illustrations, Modern History, Religion, Tribes
Indian & Northern Curriculum Resources Center, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Canada) ($2.00)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan Univ., Saskatoon. Extension Div.
Identifiers - Location: Canada