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John Lee Laurie fonds

  • GLEN glen-1421
  • Fonds
  • 1940-1959

The fonds consists of personal papers, records relating to Indian Association of Alberta work, drafts of articles and studies for Glenbow Foundation, and Laurie's four volumes of history, biographies, grammar and dictionary of the Stoneys. Includes recordings of Stoney, Blackfoot and Sarcee (Tsuu T'ina) ceremonies and music, and many photographs of native people. BIOGRAPHIES OF THE FOLLOWING STONEY INDIVIDUALS ARE IN THIS FONDS. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS: Silas Abraham, Bearspaw, David Bearspaw, Jonas Benjamin, Amos Bigstoney, Noah Cecil, John Chiniki, Hector Crawler, Dave Crowchild, Mrs. Paul Daniels, Lazarus Dixon, John Ear, Peter Ear, Mrs. Peter Ear, Mrs. Englishman, Jacob Goodstoney (Kitchepwat), Jonas Goodstoney, Mrs. Pat Grasshopper, Phillip House, Enos Hunter, John Hunter, Joshua Hunter, Mrs. Judas Hunter, William Hunter, Moses Jimmie John, Emma Jonas, Ben Kaquitts, George Kaquitts, Tom Kaquitts, Lone Traveller, George McLean, Mekaisto, Frank Morigeau, Mark Poucette, Red Crow, John Rocky Mountain, Maggie Crowchief Nadeau, William Snow, Mrs. Annie Soldier, Steinhauer, Job Steven, Joshua Twin, William Twin, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Twoyoungmen, Paul Twoyoungmen, Chief Walking Buffalo (Ta-Tunga Mani), Walking-on-Top, Peter Wesley, Dan Wildman, and Wolf-Peeping-Over-the-Hill.

Laurie, John Lee