Stoney Nakoda Nations

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  • Also known as the Iyarhe Nakoda, which translates to "people of the mountains."
  • The Stoney Nakoda Nations are composed of the Bearspaw, Chiniki, and Goodstoney First Nations.

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            Eliza McDougall fonds
            PR2653 · Fonds · [ca. 1932]

            The fonds consists of a transcript of an address by Eliza McDougall documenting her life as a missionary in Alberta, including among the Stoney Nakoda Peoples at Morleyville.

            McDougall, Eliza
            PR1956 · Fonds · Copied 1978

            The fonds consists of Imperial Oil related images, dating from the early part of the 20th century, and includes images of the Dingman oil site near Turner Valley, oil seepages, work crews, a train car, a cable-car, members of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation, George MacAdams and George Sheppard, who both worked for the Brazeau Forest Reserve, pack horses, log cabins, Indigenous dwellings, the Brazeau train station, a coal mine and members on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation Reserve at Morley, Alberta.

            Esso Resources Canada Limited

            These records contain lists of band members under age 18 for the following bands: Sunchild; O’Chiese; Peigan; Samson; Salteaux; Louis Bull; Little Pine; and Stoney.

            It also includes an extensive list of the Indigenous children listed as wards of Alberta as of July 1973 in the following communities: North Edmonton; Barrhead; Bonnyville; West Edmonton; Lethbridge; Ft McMurray; South Edmonton; Wetaskiwin; Grande Prairie; North Calgary; Rocky Mountain House; Lethbridge; St. Paul; Camrose; North and South Calgary; High Prairie; Vegreville; Blairmore; Brooks, Smoky Lake; High Level; Red Deer; Lac La Biche; Slave Lake; Athabasca; Hanna; Drumheller; Wainwright; Vermilion; Edson; Peace River; Medicine Hat; and Whitecourt.

            Paul Coze fonds
            PR1905 · Fonds · 1928-1931

            The fonds consists of fifty black and white nitrate negatives taken by Paul Coze during his visits to Western Canada during 1928, 1930 and 1931. The photographs were a part of his ethnographic interests as an artist and document Métis, Cree and Nakoda Nations in Alberta and Saskatchewan. About a quarter of the negatives document Alberta, while the majority was taken in Saskatchewan.

            Coze, Paul
            Reverend Marchmont Ing fonds
            PR3794 · Fonds · [19-?]

            Material consists of the memoirs of Reverend Marchmont Ing.

            Ing, Marchmont