File 2008.3.1.003 - Stage 2 - Putting it together: Stoney Creek Woman

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Stage 2 - Putting it together: Stoney Creek Woman

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2008.3.1.003

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1 file

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(1923 - 1999)

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File consists of Misc. typewritten notes under the following titles: the name "Nulki Lake," indian medicine, alcohol on reserve, housing on reserve, T.B. on reserve, indian agent, the Watchmen, the Church, alcohol, and families on Stoney Creek; typewritten notes under the following titles: early life, ancestors, Mary's childhood (racism), Mary's childhood (menstruation), Mary's childhood (the 1918 Flu), Mary's childhood (on the trapline), Mary's childhood (the trapline), Mary's childhood (her first coat), Mary's childhood (Christmas), and Mary's childhood (camping out and going to a Potlach); typewritten notes under the following titles: Mary's school days, childbirth, school life of Mary's kids, Mary's marriage, Lazarre's mother, marriage - housing, marriage - children, marriage - shopping in town, marriage - finances, marriage - work, work - depression, Indian Agent, marriage - hard work, camping, Lazarre's cabin at Wedgewood, doing hides, social life, whites, survival, Lazarre's family, Indian Agent and department of Indian Affairs, politics on reserve, citizen of the year, Catholic school, hides, potlach, siblings, net fishing, and changes; Lejac School: Thesis "And Then We Prayed" (pages 1 - 9) and questions for Mary.

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