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The Individualistic Focus of the Cree
Date
2004
Main contributor
Waugh, Earle
Summary
"It takes one Cree individual to hold a ceremony where as other tribes use committees and cannot operate unless they are all present. Interviewer - Earle Waugh, PhD." - Description from original website.
Contributor
Roan, Chief Wayne
Subjects
Alberta First Nations; First Nations, legal codes and traditional governance; Treaty 6, legal codes and governance; Treaty 7, legal codes and governance; Treaty 8, legal codes and governance
Genre
Interview
Language
English
License / Terms of Use
Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International
Collection
Nature's Laws
Unit
Default Unit
Related Items
archive-it website main page; archive-it website video listing; archive-it website about the project
Notes

Creation/Production Credits

Interviewer: Dr. Earle Waugh, Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta (on left). Primary Interviewee: Chief Wayne Roan, Elder and Ceremonialist (to right of interviewer). Interviewee: Toby Zorthian (far right).