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THE WESTERN PLAINS CREE

Table of Contents & Preface. Index List of Appendicies List of Books available Research Bibliography publication Cree Museum Collection Cree Glossary Search our sites OTHER LISTINGS Native Tribes listings Indian Place Names Tribal Homepages Tribal History files Cree Museum Collection Tribal Genealogy listings Family Genealogy Listings Heritage Consulting homepage Native Studies directory History Bibliography History directory Historic photos Book Reviews directory Books for sale Collectibles for sale Search our Site _______________________________________________________________________ | | | | | | | THE WESTERN PLAINS CREE | | | | | | Copyright 2001 | | | | by | | | | J. Fromhold | | | | | | | | APPENDIX | | | | | |_______________________________________________________________________| These appendicies are now available from in book form from www.lulu.com under the title THE WESTERN GREE - ETHNOLOGY APPENDICIES 1. Simplified Flow Chart of Cree Subgroup Development 2241 2. Simplified Flow Chart of Western Nehiyaw-Pwat Bands 2243 3. Mixed Ethnicity Among The Cree 2246 4. Interregional Migration 2266 5. Population Reconstructions (Now a seperate publication) (description and ordering) Population Charts 2279 Source Material by Band 2311 Chipewyan 2311 Cree 2313 Iroquois 2400 Nakoda 2405 Tza Tinne 2437 Shuswap 2438 Soto 2441 6. Warfare (Now a seperate publication; description under the title THE WESTERN PLAINS CREE - Warfare on the Northwest Plains) Death by Conflict on the Northern Plains 2443 Death by Conflict: Nehiyaw-Pwat Confederacy 2467 Death by Conflict: West People 2471 Death by Conflict: Western Cree/Nakoda 2473 7. Intertribal Trade on the North Saskatchewan 2475 Annual Cycle 2476 Trade Goods 2481 Origin and Duration 2495 Early Trading Posts: References 2529 9. Epidemics and Starvation on the Northern Plains 2565
10. Blackfoot Population Table 2605 11. Biographic Sketches 2615 Asini Wachi 2616 Cardinal, Jacques Cardinal, Joseph Chat Ka Chiniki, John Crawler, Hector Gladue, Francois Grand Nepissing Grey, Thomas Larocque, Asini Leblanc, Francois Leblanc, Pierre Francois Mani Zibe Chage Maski Pitonew Piche, Louis Joseph Sarcee, Josette Sisip Pimotewiw (Sisitauwi) Wapenesew 2641 Prominent Members of the Mountain People 2643 12. Western Cree Tipis 2651 13. Cree Naming Practices 2664 14. Cree and Nakoda Place Names of the Southern Rockies 2667 15. Our Sacred Places 2713 16. Identified Members of Two Dogs' Band 2716 17. Founding Members of Pesew's Band 2730 18. Founding Members of the Bearspaw's Nakoda Band 2765 19. Early Identifiable Members of the Tani Zibe Chage/Chiniki Band 2771 20. Asini Wachi Wininiwak Employees of the Fur Trade 2793 21. West People Chiefs c. 1840 2797 22. Asini Wachi Wininiwak Chiefs 2799 23. Characteristics of Asini Wachi Bands 2813 24. Probable Nehiyaw-Pwat Bands in the Hand Hills 1870/71 2817 25. Treaty 6 Participation 2821 26. Bands or Parts of Bands Affiliated With Mistahe Maskwa 2826
27. 1879 August; Cree Band Distributions for Treaty Payment 2830 28. Paspaschew's Band Members 2834 29. Kinship Connections between the St. Paul des Soto band and the West People 2886 30. 1822 Bow River Expedition Members 2888 31. Asini Wachi Dress Style Influences 2898 32. Tribal Camps 2906 33. Trail Signs 2910 34. NWC Men Stationed in the West 1804 2915 35. NWC Men In The Columbia 1809-1811 2924 36. 1810's Metis Born or Married into the Nehiyaw-Pwat at Edmonton 2928 37. Starvation on the Northern Plains 2934 38. Families Living or Hunting into the Jasper Area c. 1836 2965 39. West People Literacy 2967 40. A History of Early Firearms in the West 2971 41. Poundmaker's Surrender Discussions 2980 42. Cree Political Structure and Territoriality 2988 43. Nakoda Origins 3000 44. Bands Largely Based Around the Cardinal Family 3004 45. Range of West People Bands 3005 46. Early Swampy Ground/Chan Tonga Nakoda Chiefs 3007 47. Bearspaw's Band Membership 1838-77 48. Kiskiyew's Band Membership 1850-77 49. Maski Pitonew's Band Membership 1830-60 50. Western Cree Legends 51. Cree Bows 52. West People Transportation 53. Signal Hills 54. The Spirit World Return to The Western Cree Table of Contents Return to The Western Cree Index OTHER SELECTIONS Native Tribes listings Indian Place Names Tribal Homepages Tribal History files Cree Museum Collection Tribal Genealogy listings Family Genealogy Listings Heritage Consulting homepage Native Studies directory History Bibliography History directory Historic photos Book Reviews directory Books for sale Collectibles for sale

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TO ORDER A COPY Because this has turned out to be a massive work of some 4,000 pages, not counting illustrations and photos, it is going to take several years before a copy (4 volumes) will hit the shelf. Projected cost for the 4 volumes will be $300.00 U.S. dollars (2005 value). For the serious researcher, we can offer you advance copies of the seperate volumes, taken from the manuscripts, on disk or e-mail at a cost of $50.00 for Volume 1 and $100.00 each for Volumes 2-4. These volumes are: Volume 1 Table of Contents, Acknowlegement, Preface, List of Appendicis, List of Maps, List of Tables, List of Illustrations Chapter I: NEHIYAWAK--The Cree People Endnotes Volume 2 Chapter II: PAKISIMOTAK WININIWAK--West People Prehistory The Canoe Cree 1650-1770 (Now a seperate publication from www.lulu.com) Endnotes Volume 3 Chapter III:ASINI WACHI WININIWAK--Mountain People Endnotes Volume 4 APPENDICIES (Now a seperate publication from www.lulu.com) CREE GLOSSARY REFERENCE BIBLIGRAPHY (Now a seperate publication from www.lulu.com) Various segments of this work are now available as seperate publications: To Order ALBERTA HISTORY ALBERTA ARCHAEOLOGY: CONTRIBUTIONS AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO THE PROJECTILE POINTS FOR THE ALBERTA REGION THE MOUNDBUILDER CULTURE IN ALBERTA 1100 A.D. - Alberta's First Farmers BUFFALO POUNDS and the THE DONALDA POUND, Alberta JASPER NATIONAL PARK - 10,000 YEARS OF INDIAN HISTORY to 1800 JASPER NATIONAL PARK - 10,000 YEARS OF INDIAN HISTORY 1750-1850 RED DEER AND AREA - 13,000 Years of History Notes RED DEER AND AREA - 13,000 Years of History Notes; INDEX 2001 INDIAN PLACE NAMES OF THE WEST THE MEETING CREEK BASIN - 12,000 Years of History Notes THE MEDICINE HILLS: Sacred Ground - 13,000 Years of History Notes THE OLD NORTH TRAIL (CREE TRAIL) WEST CENTRAL ALBERTA - 13,000 YEARS OF INDIAN HISTORY THE WESTERN CREE (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) BACKGROUND AND PREHISTORY THE CANOE CREE 1650-1770 POPULATION RECONSTRUCTIONS 1590-1900 ETHNOGRAPHY WARFARE ON THE NORTHWEST PLAINS DONALD WHITFORD WESTERN CANADIAN HISTORY AFFILIATIONS CODES GUIDE to People In The Past FUR BRIGADE SCHEDULES 1806-1874: Columbia, Peace River, Mackenzie, Saskatchewan and Yukon Brigades PEOPLE IN THE PAST 1600-1900; volumes A-C, D-G, H-L, M-Q, R-Z Births, Deaths, Residence, Affiliations PEOPLE IN THE PAST: Master Genealogical Charts REFERENCE BIBLIOGRAPY ALBERTA HISTORY: CANADIAN MOUNTAINMEN ALBERTA HISTORY: CITY OF EDMONTON ALBERTA HISTORY: 20 YEARS ON PEACE RIVER 1804-1821 - The Diary of Samuel Malatere THE WESTERN CREE (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) - ABORIGINAL WOMEN THE WESTERN CREE (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) - JACQUES CARDINAL, Mountainman 1776-1839 THE WESTERN CREE (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) - CHIEF CHAT KA THE WESTERN CREE (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) - CHIEF MASKEPETOON (Broken Arm) THE WESTERN CREE (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) - CHIEF PESEW (Louis Joseph Piche) THE WESTERN CREE: The ASINI WACHI WI INIWAK (Mountain People) 1650-1900 BLACKFOOT TIPIS CREE TIPIS

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