Alumni Book Collection
The Alumni Book Collection may well be the first of its kind in Canada: it consists entirely of books written, edited or translated by former students of the University. The Collection project was initiated by Duff Spafford (BA ’59, MA ’61), Professor Emeritus of Political Studies, in September 2005. Over 3,000 relevant titles have been found so far, but the list is continually being expanded. Over 753 books form the physical collection library, housed in the Peter MacKinnon Building.
Relevant titles from the Collection are listed here, including those works by Aboriginal authors (on any subject), and those written on topics relating to Native Studies. University of Saskatchewan alumni names are in bold. This list will be updated regularly and we welcome information on authors or works not currently cited.
Acoose, Janice. Iskwewak-Kah’Ki yaw Ni Wahkomakanak: Neither Indian Princesses nor Easy Squaws. Toronto: Women’s Press, 1995.
Ahenakew, Edward. Cree New Testament Stories. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1936.
Ahenakew, Edward, Edwin Arthur Watkins, J. A. Mackay, Richard Faries,
Raymond B. Horsefield, and John George Anderson. A Dictionary of the Cree Language. Toronto: Church of England in Canada, 1938.
Ahenakew, Edward. Voices of the Plains Cree. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1995.
Ahenakew, Freda and H.C. Wolfart (ed., translation). Âh-âyîtaw Isi ê-Kî-Kiskêyihtahkik Maskihkiy : They knew both sides of medicine: Cree tales of curing and cursing. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1999.
Ahenakew, Freda and H.C. Wolfart (ed., translation). Ana Kâ-Pimwêwêhahk Okakêskihkêmowina = The Counselling Speeches Of Jim Kâ-Nîpitêhtêw . Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1998.
Ahenakew, Freda. Cree Language Structures: A Cree Approach. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, 1987.
Ahenakew, Freda. How the birch tree got its stripes: a Cree story for children. Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1988.
Ahenakew, Freda. How the mouse got brown teeth: a Cree story for children. Winnipeg: Manitoba Education and Training, 1996.
Ahenakew, Freda, Cecil King,and Catherine Littlejohn. Indigenous languages in the delivery of justice in Manitoba. Winnipeg, 1990.
Ahenakew, Freda (ed, trans.). Kiskinahamawâkan-âcimowinisa: student stories. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, 1989.
Ahenakew,Freda and H.C. Wolfart (eds, translation). Kôhkominawak otâcimowiniwâwa: Our grandmothers' lives, as told in their own words. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 1998.
Ahenakew, Freda and H.C. Wolfart. Kwayask ê-kî-pê-kiskinowÂpahtihicik: Their example showed me the way: a Cree woman's life shaped by two cultures. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1997.
Ahenakew, Freda. Nāpēsis ēkwa āpakosīs ācimowinis : ātayohkēwin. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, 1988.
Ahenakew, Freda, Brenda Gardipy, and Barbara Lafond (eds). Native voices. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1994.
Ahenakew, Freda. Nēhiyaw nikamona: songs in Cree and English. Saskatoon: Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 1986.
Ahenakew, Freda, and Shirley M. Fredeen. Our language, our survival. Saskatoon: Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 1987.
Ahenakew, Freda. A Preliminary check-list of Plains Cree medical terms. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Indian Languages Institute, 1987.
Ahenakew, Freda and H.C. Wolfart. The student's dictionary of literary Plains Cree. Winnipeg: Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics, 1998.
Ahenakew, Freda and H.C. Wolfart. Two little girls lost in the bush: a Cree story for children. Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1991.
Ahenakew, Freda, Brenda Gardipy,and Barbara Lafond. Voices of the First Nations. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1995.
Ahenakew, Freda, Gillda Leitenberg,and Judith Kalman. Voices of the First Nations: Teacher’s Guide. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1995.
Ahenakew, Freda (ed., trans). Waskahikaniwiyiniw-acimowina: Stories of the House People. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1987.
Ahenakew, Freda (ed, trans). Wīsahkēcāhkēkwa waskwayak : ātayohkēwin. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, 1988.
Ahenakew, Freda; Sherry Farrell Racette (illus). Wisahkecahk flies to the moon. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publishers, 1999.
Anderson, Alan B. Socio-demographic study of aboriginal population in Saskatoon. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 2005.
Anderson, Frank W. Almighty Voice. Calgary: Frontier Publishing, 1971.
Anderson, Frank W. Chief Joseph and the Cypress Hills. Humboldt: F.W. Anderson, 1999.
Anderson, Frank. 1885: The Riel Rebellion. [Saskatoon]: Frontier Books, .
Anderson, Frank W. The Riel Rebellion, 1885. Surrey: Heritage House, 1984.
Anderson, Frank W. Riel's Red River revolt: the Manitoba saga. Humboldt: Gopher Books, 1999.
Anderson, Frank W. Riel's Saskatchewan Rebellion. Saskatoon: F.W. Anderson, 1987.
Avery, Cheryl and Darlene Fichter (eds). kâ-kî-pê-isi-nakatamâkawiyahk: Our Legacy. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 2009.
Barkwell, Lawrence J, Leah Dorion, and Darren R. Préfontaine (eds). Métis Legacy. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, 2001.
Bell, Catherine Edith, and David J. Kahane. Intercultural dispute resolution in aboriginal contexts. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2004.
Benson, Marjorie L. Conflict, co-operation, and culture: a study in multiparty negotiations. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan, 2002.
Benson, Marjorie L., James Youngblood Henderson, and Isobel Findlay. Aboriginal tenure in the constitution of Canada. Scarborough: Carswell, 2000.
Bouvier, Rita. Blueberry Clouds. Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 1999.
Bouvier, Rita E., Barbara Burnaby, and Manmohan S. Sandu. Fluency first: an oral English course. Prince Albert: NewStart, 1972.
Bouvier, Rita E., Verna St Denis, and Marie Battiste. Okiskinahamakewak: aboriginal teachers in Saskatchewan's publicly funded schools. Regina: Saskatchewan Education, 1999.
Bouvier, Rita. papîyâhtak. Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 2004.
Bouvier, Rita E. and Angela Ward. Resting lightly on Mother Earth: the aboriginal experience in urban educational settings. Calgary: Detselig Enterprises, 2001.
Campbell, Maria, and Linda Griffiths. The Book of Jessica: a theatrical transformation. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 1997.
Campbell, Maria, Roswitha McCoppin (translation). Cheechum's Enkelin: Autobiographie einer kanadischen Halbindianerin. Mächen: Frauenoffensive, 1983.
Campbell, Maria. Give back: First Nations perspectives on cultural practice. Vancouver: Gallerie, 1992.
Campbell, Maria. Half-Breed. McClelland and Stewart, 1973.
Campbell, Maria. Little Badger and the fire spirit. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1980.
Campbell, Maria (chair). Métis governance in Saskatchewan for the 21st century: views and visions of the Métis people. Regina: Métis Electoral Consultation Panel, 2005.
Campbell, Maria. People of the buffalo: how the plains Indians lived. Vancouver: J.J. Douglas, 1976.
Campbell, Maria. Stories of the road allowance people. Penticton: Theytus Books Ltd, 1995.
Campbell, Maria. Riel's people: how the Métis lived. Edmonton: Alberta Education, 1979.
Cardinal, Harold, Nancy LeClaire, and Emily Hunter. Alperta ohci kehtehayak nehiyaw otwestamâkewasinahikan: Alberta elders' Cree dictionary. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1998.
Cardinal, Harold. The Rebirth of Canada’s Indians. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1977.
Cardinal, Harold and Alan M. Pratt. Treaty implementation. Assembly of First Nations, 2002.
Cardinal, Harold. The Unjust Society: the Tragedy of Canada’s Indians. Edmonton: M.G. Hurtig Ltd., 1969.
Cariou, Warren, Marilyn Gear Pilling, and Francois Bonneville. Coming attractions '95. Oberon Press, 1995.
Cariou, Warren. The Exalted Company of Roadside Martyrs. Regina: Coteau Books, 1999.
Cariou, Warren. Lake of the Prairies: A Story of Belonging. Doubleday Canada, 2002.
Carter, Roger C. Native law seminar 436.3. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1984.
Carter, Sarah. Aboriginal people and colonizers of Western Canada to 1900. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999.
Carter, Sarah. Capturing Women: the Manipulation of Cultural Imagery in Canada’s Prairie West. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1997.
Carter, Sarah. Lost Harvests: Prairie Indian Reserve Farmers and Government Policy. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1990.
Chartier, Clem. In the best interest of the Métis child. Saskatoon: Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 1988.
Chartier, Clem, Larry Heineman, and Ron Rivard. Louis Riel: justice must be done. Association of Métis and Non-status Indians of Saskatchewan, 1978.
Chartier, Clem. Principles of law and their application to indigenous peoples within Canada. 1982.
Chartrand, Paul, Eva McKay, Wendy Whitecloud, and Doris Young. Final report and recommendations: Aboriginal Justice Implementation Commission. Winnipeg: Aboriginal Justice Implementation Commission, 2001.
Chartrand, Paul L.A.H. Manitoba’s Métis Settlement Scheme of 1870. Saskatoon: Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 1991.
Chartrand, Paul. Riel et les Métis canadiens. Manitoba: La Société, 1990.
Chartrand, Paul L.A. H. (ed.) Who Are Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples? Recognition, Definition, and Jurisdiction. Saskatoon: Purich Publishing, 2002.
Coocoo, Marthe, Freda Ahenakew, Millie Goulet-Cumming, Jacques Nēwashish. Cicipasi ēkwa iskotēw. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, 1996.
Cuthand, Beth, Stan Cuthand (Cree text), Mary Longman (illustrator). The Little Duck: Sikihpsis. Penticton, BC: Theytus Books, Ltd., 2003.
Dobbin, Murray. The one-and-a-half men: the story of Jim Brady and Malcolm Norris, Métis patriots of the twentieth century. Regina: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1987.
Dyck, Ian G. The Harder site: a Middle Period bison hunter's campsite in the northern Great Plains. Ottawa: Archaeological Survey of Canada, 1977.
Dyck, Ian G., Stephen Andrew Wolfe, AE Aitken, and Ernest Gordon Walker. Holocene geomorphology, archaeology, and environmental change in south-central Saskatchewan. Saskatoon: Geological Association of Canada/Mineralogical Association of Canada, 2002.
Dyck, Ian G. and Richard E. Morlan. The Sjovold site: a river crossing campsite in the Northern Plains. Quebec: Archaeological Survey of Canada, 1995.
Dyck, Ian G. and Henry T. Epp. Tracking ancient hunters: prehistoric archaeology in Saskatchewan. Regina: Saskatchewan Archaeological Society, 1983.
Goldie, Terry, and Daniel David Moses. An Anthology of Canadian native literature in English. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2005.
Goldie,Terry. Fear and temptation: the image of the indigene in Canadian, Australian and New Zealand literatures. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993.
Gosse, Richard, James Youngblood Henderson, Roger Carter (compilers). Continuing Poundmaker and Riel’s Quest. Saskatoon: Purich Publishing and the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, 1994.
Green, Ross Gordon. Justice in aboriginal communities: sentencing alternatives. Saskatoon: Purich Publishing, 1998.
Halfe, Louise. Bear bones & feathers. Regina: Coteau Books, 1994.
Halfe, Louise. Blue marrow. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1998.
Halford, J. W., Peter J.D. Tyerman, André Bélanger. Equity financing for Indian farmer land acquisition. 1988.
Hildebrandt, Walter. The battle of Batoche: British small warfare and the entrenched Métis. Ottawa: Canadian Parks Services, 1989.
Hildebrandt, Walter and Brian Hubner. The Cypress Hills: An Island by Itself. Saskatoon: Purich Publishing, 2007.
Hildebrandt, Walter. Native history and Fort Battleford, 1876-1897. Self-published, 1985.
Hildebrandt, Walter. Sightings. Dunvegan: Cormorant Books, 1991.
Hildebrandt,Walter and Harold Cardinal. Treaty elders of Saskatchewan: our dream is that our peoples will one day be clearly recognized as nations. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2000.
Hildebrandt, Walter. Views from Fort Battleford: Constructed Visions of an Anglo-Canadian West. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1994.
Hill, Douglas and Gail Robinson. Coyote the trickster: legends of the North American Indians. London: Piccolo Books.
Horsefield, Raymond B. A Cree Bible dictionary. Toronto: Missionary Society of the Anglican Church of Canada, 1961.
Huel, Raymond J. A. Proclaiming the Gospel to the Indians and the Métis: the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Western Canada, 1845-1945. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1996.
Isaac, Thomas. Aboriginal title. Saskatoon: Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 2006.
Isaac, Thomas. Aboriginal and treaty rights in the Maritimes: the Marshall decision and beyond. Saskatoon: Purich Publishing, 2001.
Isaac, Thomas. Aboriginal law: cases, materials and commentary. Saskatoon: Purich Publishing, 1995.
Isaac, Thomas. Aboriginal people and the Canadian Law. Brandon: Bearpaw, 1996.
Isaac, Thomas. Pre-1868 legislation concerning Indians: a selected and indexed collection. Saskatoon: Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 1993.
Jacobs, Beverley K., and Darlyn Mentor. Aboriginal peoples and racism in Canada: an annotated bibliography/ Les peuples autochtones et le racisme au Canada: une bibliographie annotée. Toronto: Canadian Race Relations Foundation, 2001.
Jacobs, Beverley K., Don N. McCaskill,Ted Harvey, and Andrea Williams. Manitoba Framework Agreement Initiative review: final report. Ottawa: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1999.
Kruzeniski, Ronald J. Education equity. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Human Rights Commmission, 1985.
Kuhlen,Daniel. A layperson's guide to treaty rights in Canada. Saskatoon: Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 1985.
Lundy,Randy. The gift of the hawk. Regina: Coteau Books, 2004.
Lundy,Randy. Under the night sun. Regina: Coteau Books, 1999.
Lux, Maureen K. Medicine That Walks: Disease, Medicine and Canadian Plains Native People, 1880-1940. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2001.
McCaslin,Wanda D. Justice as healing: indigenous ways. Minnesota: Living Justice Press, 2005.
McGillivray,Anne, and Brenda Comaskey. Black eyes all the time: intimate violence, aboriginal women and the justice system. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999.
McLeod, Neal. Cree Narrative Memory: From Treaties to Contemporary Times. Saskatoon: Purich Publishing, 2007.
McLeod, Neal. Songs to kill a wîhtikow. Hagios Press, 2005.
McNeil, Kent. Common law aboriginal title. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.
McNeil, Kent. Defining aboriginal title in the 90s: has the Supreme Court finally got it right? 12th Annual Robarts Lecture. Toronto: York University, 1998.
McNeil, Kent. Emerging justice? : essays on indigenous rights in Canada and Australia. Saskatoon: Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 2001.
McNeil, Kent. Indian hunting, trapping and fishing rights in the Prairie Provinces of Canada. Saskatoon: Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 1983.
McNeil, Kent. Native rights and the boundaries of Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territory. Saskatoon: Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 1985.
Mitcham, Allison, and Serena M. Sock. Comment la rivière Petitcodiac devint boueuse: Ta'n tel-kisi-siskuapua'qsepp Petikotiak sipu / kisi-mi'kmaw wi'kekHow (How the Petitcodiac River became Muddy). Moncton: Bouton d’or Acadie, 2005.
Mitcham, Allison. Inuit summer. Porcupine Quill, 1979.
Mitcham, Allison. Un petit garçon pêche une baleine: L'pa'tu'ji'j ne'pa'tl putupl = A little boy catches a whale. Moncton: Bouton d’or Acadie, 2002.
Mitcham, Allison. Three remarkable maritimers. Hantsport: Lancelot Press, 1985.
Molloy, Tom. The World is Our Witness: the Historic Journey of the Nisga’a Into Canada. Calgary: Fifth House Ltd., 2000.
Morice, Adrien Gabriel. See: List of Essays
Peel, Bruce Braden. The Rossville Mission Press. Montreal: Osiris, 1974.
Pelletier, Darrell W.; Freda Ahenakew,(trans). Alfred nistam ē-kiskinahamaht: Alfred's first day at school. Regina: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1996.
Pelletier, Darrell W.; Freda Ahenakew,(trans). Alfred nīpinisiw = Alfred’s summer. Regina: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1996.
Pomedli, Michael M. Ethnophilosophical and ethnolinguistic perspectives on the Huron Indian soul. Lewiston: E. Mellen Press, 1991.
Pomedli, Michael M. and Sylvie Berbaum. Ojibwa powwow world. Thunder Bay: Lakehead University, 2000.
Purich, Donald J. The Inuit and their land : the story of Nunavut. Toronto: Lorimer, 1992.
Purich, Donald J. The Métis. Toronto: Lorimer, 1988.
Purich, Donald J. Our land : native rights in Canada. Toronto: Lorimer, ca. 1986.
Quiring, David M. CCF Colonialism in Northern Saskatchewan: Battling Parish Priests, Bootleggers, and Fur Sharks. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2004.
Richards, John. Creating Choices: Rethinking Aboriginal Policy. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute, 2006.
Roy, Bernadette Kelly, Dallas K. Miller, and Ruth Thompson. The rights of indigenous peoples in international law : an annotated bibliography. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1985.
Sapergia, Barbara. Little Voice. Regina: Coteau Books, 2001.
Schemenauer, Elma. Native Canadians: today and long ago. Scarborough: Nelson Canada, 1985.
Schmeiser, Douglas A., with HWB Heumann and JR Manning. The Native Offender and the Law. Information Canada, for the Law Reform Commission of Canada, 1974.
Silversides, Brock V. The face pullers: photographing Native Canadians, 1871-1939. Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1994.
Tarasoff, Koozma J. Canadian Indians: towards a viable social policy. Ottawa: Carleton University, 1974.
Tarasoff, Koozma J. Migration of native peoples to urban Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Council on Rural Development, 1979.
Tarasoff, Koozma J. Persistent ceremonialism: the Plains Cree and Saulteaux. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1980.
Tarasoff, Koozma J. Some trends in the development of Canadian Indian handicrafts: a resumé of select sources. Canada: Department of Regional Economic Expansion, 1969.
Thatcher, Richard. Deadly Duo, Tobacco and Convenience Foods: The Other Substance Abuse Epidemic Afflicting the First Nations and Inuit of Canada. Muskoday Reserve: National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation, ca. 2001.
Thatcher, Richard. Fighting Firewater Fictions: Moving Beyond the Disease Model of Alcoholism in First Nations. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ca. 2004.
Thatcher, Richard. Vision Seekers: A structured personal and social development program for First Nations Youth at High Social Risk. Socio-tech consulting services, 2001.
Treaty 7 Elders and Tribal Council, with Walter Hildebrandt, Dorothy Rider, and Sarah Carter. The true spirit and original intent of Treaty 7. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1996.
Vicq, Sylvia (ed); Stan Cuthand (translation). Stories from Kohkom: Sharing Our Values, Teaching Our Young (2nd edition). Saskatoon: READ Saskatoon, 1995; revised ed. 2000.
Waiser, Bill. The land God gave to his children. Moose Jaw: Western Development Museum, 1978.
Waiser, Bill, and Blair Stonechild. Loyal till death: Indians and the North-West Rebellion. Calgary: Fifth House, 1997.
Welsh, Jennifer. At Home in the World: Canada’s Global Vision for the 21st Century. Toronto: Harper Collins Publisher Ltd., 2004.
Welsh, Jennifer. Edmund Burke and International Relations. Oxford: St. Martin’s Press, 1995.
Whitecalf, Sarah; edited and translated by Freda Ahenakew and H.C. Wolfart. Kinêhiyâwiwininaw Nêhiyawêwin = The Cree Language Is Our Identity : The La Ronge Lectures of Sarah Wolfart Whitecalf. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1993.
Williams, David, and Brenda Zeman. To run with longboat: twelve stories of Indian athletes in Canada. GMS Ventures, 1988.
Wolfart, H.C. and Freda Ahenakew (editors and translators). âh-âyîtaw isi ê-kî-kiskêyihtahkik maskihkiy: They Knew Both Sides of Medicine Cree Tales of Curing and Cursing Told by Alice Ahenakew. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2000.
Wolvengrey, Arok (compiler); Freda Ahenakew, Mary Bighead,Mary, and Elessar Wolvengrey, (eds). Nēhiýawēwin : itwēwina = Cree Words. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 2001.
Wotherspoon, Terry, and Vic Satzewich. First nations: race, class and gender relations. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 2000.
Wotherspoon, Terry, and Bernard Schissel. The legacy of school for Aboriginal people: education, oppression, and emancipation. Oxford University Press, 2003.
Zeman, Brenda. To Run With Longboat: Twelve Stories of Indian Athletes in Canada. Edmonton: GMS2 Ventures Inc., 1988.
Zepp, Norman. Contemporary Inuit art: acculturation and ethnicity. Ottawa, 1984.
Zepp, Norman. Horses fly too: Bob Boyer, Edward Poitras. Regina: Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, 1984.
Zepp, Norman. Inspiration: four decades of sculpture by Canadian Inuit. Vancouver: Marion Scott Gallery, 1995.
Zepp, Norman. Pure vision: the Keewatin spirit. Regina: Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, 1986.
Zepp, Norman, and Robert G. Williamson. The Williamson collection of Inuit sculpture: essays. Regina: Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, 1987.