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Ozija Thiha fonds
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- Ozija Thiha
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Ozija Thiha, [ca. 1837-1903], (also know as Bearspaw, Jacob Bearspaw, Mas-gwa-ah-sid), was a Stoney warrior and chief. He encouraged George and John McDougall to establish their mission at Morley, Alberta in 1873 and attended the signing of Treaty 7 in 1877. For further information see Ian Getty's article, "Ozija Thiha" in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 13.
This document was held in the Indigenous Studies collection at Glenbow from 1958 to 2014 when it was transferred to the Archives.
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The fonds consists of his original presentation copy of Treaty 7.
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Gift of Ruth Gorman, 1958.
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Call number M-9645-oversize
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