Subject: Mistahimaskwa (Big Bear) Plains Cree Chief

Number of titles: 32

  1. Notes on interview with Mrs. Amos Plaxton of Prince Albert. 25 June 1932.
  2. A portion of an account of his experiences. 192-?
  3. The Frog Lake Massacre of 1885. 1950?
  4. Howard Angus Kennedy to W. B. Cameron. 29 June 1925.
  5. Cameron, W. B. to A. S. Morton. 22 October 1925 - 31 May 1930.
  6. The passing of John Pritchard, "Saskatoon Daily Star." 31 October 1925.
  7. Thirst dance and fin-flash, "Winnipeg Free Press." 3 July 1926.
  8. The rage of Wandering Spirit, "Winnipeg Free Press." 30 January 1926.
  9. S. R. Moore to A. S. Morton. 30 November 1923.
  10. The surrender of Big Bear. 1927?
  11. Notes on Almighty Voice and the Riel Rebellion of 1885. 1918 - 1926.
  12. Group of rebel leaders taking a prominent part in the rising of 1885 in the North-West Territories of Canada. 1885.
  13. Group of rebel leaders taking a prominent part in the armed rising of 1885, in the North-West Territories of Canada. 1885.
  14. Mistatim Awasis (Horse Child), son of Big Bear. Poundmaker Reserve, Paynton, Sask. 1947.
  15. Interior of Fort Pitt just before the Rebellion of 1885. 1885.
  16. Scene of the Frog Lake massacre, April 2, 1885. 1925
  17. Site of the Roman Catholic church, Frog Lake, burned by the Indians, 1885. 1925
  18. The stones mark the spot where Thomas Trueman Quinn was shot in the Frog Lake massacre, 1885. 1925
  19. Group of rebel leaders taking a prominent part in the rising of 1885 in the North-West Territories of Canada. 1885.
  20. Interior of Fort Pitt just before the Rebellion of 1885. 1885.
  21. Rifleman Forin in the Riel Rebellion
  22. Tragic Events at Frog Lake and Fort Pitt During the North West Rebellion Part II
  23. Tragic Events at Frog Lake and Fort Pitt During the North West Rebellion Part IV
  24. A Surgeon with the Alberta Field Force
  25. The Trials of Poundmaker and Big Bear, 1885
  26. Big Bear, Indian Patriot
  27. The war trail of Big Bear : being the story of the connection of Big Bear and other Cree Indian chiefs and their followers with the Canadian North-west rebellion of 1885, the Frog Lake massacre and events leading up to and following it, and of two month's imprisonment in the camp of the hostiles / by William Bleasdell Cameron.
  28. [Return (in part) to an address of the House of Commons, dated 5th March, 1886 : for copies of all documents forming the record in the cases of Her Majesty against the different parties tried in connection with the late rebellion.
  29. Return (in part) to an address of the House of Commons, dated 5th March, 1886; for copies of all documents forming the record in the cases of Her Majesty against the different parties tried in connection with the late rebellion, including the jury lists, the names of the jurors, the lists of the jurors empanelled, the motions and affidavits filed, the evidence, the incidents of the trial, the charges of the judge, the names of the judges who tried the different cases, the names of the counsel for the prosecution and for the defense, the pleas entered, the verdicts and the sentences, and, in short, of every document whatever relating to the said trials. By command J.A. Chapleau, Secretary of State. Ottawa, 15 March 1886.
  30. Two months in the camp of Big Bear : the life and adventures of Theresa Gowanlock and Theresa Delaney.
  31. In the time of the making of Treaties
  32. River lot three: Settlement life on the North Saskatchewan

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