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              22 Archival description results for Frog Lake First Nation

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              This accession contains records from Alberta Municipal Affairs and is comprised of maps of reserves.

              File GR1971.0074/5 was commissioned by the Alberta Provincial Planning Branch. This black and white map illustrates the Sunchild O’Chiese Sarcee Indian Reserves #202, 203, 203A and 145 which are located in the Blackfoot/Stony/Sarcee district. The map depicts the location of the nearby town sites, and smaller rivers, lakes and streams. Its dimensions are 37x25” (1970).

              File GR1971.0074/8 was commissioned by the Alberta Provincial Planning Branch. This black and white map illustrates the Beaver Lake, Cold Lake, and Frog Lake [Frog Lake First Nation] Indian Reserves #121, 122, 131, 149, 149a and 149b [Beaver Lake First Nation, Cold Lake First Nation, Frog Lake First nation]. They are located in the Saddle Lake-Athabasca district. The map depicts the location of Highway 28, nearby town sites, and smaller rivers, lakes and streams. Its dimensions are 37x25” (1970).

              File GR1971.0074/10 was commissioned by the Alberta Provincial Planning Branch. This black and white map illustrates the Fort McKay Janvier Indian Reserves #174, 174a, 174b and 194. They are located in the Saddle Lake-Athabasca district. The map depicts the location of nearby town sites and smaller rivers, lakes and streams. Its dimensions are 37x25” (1970).

              File GR1971.0074/11 was commissioned by the Alberta Provincial Planning Branch. This black and white map illustrates the Fort McMurray Heart Lake Indian Reserves #167, 175 [Heart Lake First Nation], (Gregoire Lake) 176, 176a and 176b. They are located in the Saddle Lake-Athabasca district. The map depicts the location of railways, Fort McMurray, nearby town sites and smaller rivers, lakes and streams. Its dimensions are 37x25” (1970).

              File GR1971.0074/17 was commissioned by the Alberta Provincial Planning Branch. This black and white map illustrates the Boyle River and Little Red River Indian Reserves #162, 164, 164a, 215. They are located in the Saddle Lake-Athabasca district. The map depicts the location of nearby town sites and smaller rivers, lakes and streams. Its dimensions are 37x25” (1970).

              File · 1946
              Part of Day School Records: Frog Lake

              This file includes records relating to the Frog Lake Reserve [Frog Lake First Nation].

              The accession contains medical records from the Central Alberta (Baker Memorial) Sanatorium, an institute that treated tuberculosis in the mid 20th century. A typical file contains medical histories, doctor’s reports, and correspondence between physicians, the Calgary Tuberculosis Association and the University of Alberta.

              This accession contains records from Métis Rehabilitation Branch and the Métis Settlement Association regarding land use in northern Alberta. It contains annual levy statements, correspondence from the Board of Arbitration concerning the Right of Entry Arbitration Act, and financial statements of money owed and/or paid by lessee (oil) companies.

              It also includes ledgers titled “Abandonment and Acceptance of Application: Journal Vouchers and Correspondence Concerning Annual Levy - All Areas,” application/acceptance letters from the Métis Rehabilitation Branch, permits and grants of land to various Métis people, including terms of land use, and annual levy statements for Frog Lake/Fishing Lake [Frog Lake First Nation].

              This accession contains records on the social conditions for Indigenous and Métis people in the St. Paul area. The records include memoranda, correspondence, minutes of meetings occurring at the Vermilion Regional Office and the Northeast Committee discussing social work, youth programs records, and records of staff training in the area.

              It also contains staff and student correspondence at the Blue Quills Native School and information from the Community Coordinating Council regarding employment and counseling issues at the St Paul Counseling Centre.

              The records contain additional correspondence from Indian and Northern Affairs regarding general affairs at the Frog Lake [Frog Lake First Nation] and Goodfish Lake [Goodfish Lake First Nation] Reserves. They also contain information on Habitat Enterprises Unlimited, discussing vocational workshops, the St Paul Association of the Handicapped, the Handicapped Children’s Program, and Handicapped Services for Adults, among other records.

              This accession contains information regarding funding for child welfare activities among Indigenous nations in Alberta. In particular, it contains correspondence from Indian and Northern Affairs and Blackfoot Social Services regarding surplus funds for the 1985/86 fiscal year and various financial reports for Treaty Indian groups detailing institutional placement and maintenance costs.

              It also contains two publications (from 1984 and 1985) entitled Management Information Bulletin that outlines existing social services such as child welfare, day care, employment opportunity programs, health, education and promotion services, income security, mental health, and widow’s pensions. Included next is financial data on the Yellowhead Regional Tribal Council and the Beaver Lake, Bigstone Cree, Blood, Boyer River, Cold Lake, Cree, Dene, Ermineskin, Fort Chipewyan, Fort Mckay, Fort McMurray, Frog Lake, Heart Lake, Janvier, Kehewin, Little Red River, Louis Bull, Lubicon Lake, Montana, and Paul Bands.

              [Beaver Lake First Nation, Montana First Nation, Paul First Nation, Frog Lake First Nation, Heart Lake First Nation, Kehewin Cree Nation, and Kainai First Nation are all referred to or included in these records]

              The accession contains records pertaining to Native Services Unit project and grant funding. The intent of these projects was to promote the Alberta government’s interest in social customs and concerns relating to Alberta’s Indigenous population. In particular, the project records consist of correspondence, applications, reports, and financial information.

              Projects include travel to conferences or constitutional talks, publication, community social events, workshops and camps. Organizations and nations named in the files include the Sacred Circle Summer Camp; Powwow Poundmaker’s Lodge; Native Days (Hinton); Lac St Anne Pilgrimage; University of Alberta Native Awareness; Native Association of Women; Earth Mother Project; Dene Wodih Society; Indian Association of Alberta; Blue Quills Youth Recovery; Bigstone Cree Band; Frog Lake First Nation; Kainai First Nation; and Indian Arts and Crafts Society; among others.

              GR1970.0338/64 · File · 1957-1959
              Part of Fire prevention program records

              The file contains information on both fire regulations and destruction of Indigenous property by fire. In particular, the records outline fire regulation procedures at Indian residential schools in Alberta. These records were created by various Indian Agencies and the provincial Office of the Fire Commissioner, Indian Affairs Branch. The file includes fire inspection reports for the Holy Angels School in Fort Chipewyan, the School and Dormitory at Gleichen (Old Sun School and Dormitory), Sacred Heart Indian Residential School, St. Barnabas Residential School (Sarcee Residential), St. Bruno's Joussard School, St. Cyprian Residential School, St. Henry's School, the Frog Lake Day Schools [Frog Lake First Nation], and the Kehewin School [Kehewin Cree Nation], among others. Each report discusses substandard conditions, poor construction and substandard equipment in the various schools.

              PR1971.0220/9250 · File · [19--?]
              Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

              Record consists of the biography of Isabelle Little Bear (“Mrs. Sam Johns”), the daughter of Chief Little Bear (Ayimâsis) and granddaughter of Chief Big Bear (Mistahi-maskwa), then resident of Kehewin Cree Nation (Gurneyville) . Born in 1873 and living in Frog Lake [Frog Lake First Nation] at the time of the Riel Resistance. The biography is written in her own words, translated through an interpreter to the writer. Provides Indigenous perspective on the events at Fort Pitt and Frog Lake.

              Includes Isabelle’s perspective on the treaty signed by Chief Sweetgrass, the experience of settler colonial arrival, following the buffalo into Big Knives (Montana, US), the shooting of Indian Agent Thomas Quinn, and the eventual move to Onion Lake. File also includes a portrait of Isabelle taken at the time of the interview in Bonnyville, and a letter introducing her narrative.

              Lee Pritzker fonds
              PR2742 · Fonds · Copied [ca. 1968]

              The fonds consists of five photographs relating to the Mennonite community in Western Canada in 1882. The fonds features a photograph of a Mennonite girl tending cattle taken by W.T. Smedley in 1882, the interior and exterior of a Mennonite Church taken by W.T. Smedley, a prairie farm, and the exterior of a Mennonite dwelling take by E.R. Tichenor.

              The fonds also contains four colored prints originating from The Canadian Pictorial and Illustrated War News that depicts the Buffalo Dance at Fort Qu'Appelle (1881), First Nations trappers (1882), the Frog Lake incident (1885), and a prairie church parade (1885).

              Pritzker, Lee
              Orolin Hunt fonds
              PR2513 · Fonds · 1927-[ca. 1953], predominant 1940-[ca.1953]

              The fonds consists of images featuring individuals, ceremonies, celebrations, sports the Frog Lake First Nation Reserve dating from the 1940s to 1960s.

              Hunt, Orolin
              PR1986.0250/14 · File · 1905
              Part of Settlements and Reserves Map Collection

              This black and white map depicts the plan for the Puskiakiwenin Reserve #122. It was commissioned by the Department of Indian Affairs as part of Treaty 6, and was surveyed by J. Lestock Reid. The map includes the location of Frog Lake and brief topographic notes regarding plant life. Its dimensions are 19x24".