Archive for July, 2018

 

Interview with Jacob Wawatie

July 18th, 2018

November 7, 2006 – Interview with Jacob Wawatie Interviewer: Elaine Keillor Place: Grande-Remous, Quebec Elaine Keillor: Would you please identify yourself and your role within the Algonquin community? Jacob Wawatie: My name is Jacob Wawatie, Algonquin from Barrière Lake. I have spent most of my life out in the woods, but went to French boarding school. I got my diploma in English and I dropped out of school when I […]

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Interview with Pauline Decontie

July 18th, 2018

Interviewer: Elaine Keillor Place: Kitigan Zibi Anishinaabeg, Quebec Elaine Keillor: Please identify yourself and your role in this community. Pauline Decontie: My name is Pauline Decontie. I am a teacher of language first and foremost. Within the courses we give and the program that we have, we have to re-teach the [Algonkian] language to the children. Also we have to re-educate them about culture, our dances and songs, and also […]

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Interview with Amos Key, Jr.

July 18th, 2018

September 26, 2006: Interview with Amos Key, Jr. Interviewer: Elma Miller Location: Woodland Cultural Centre, Six Nations Reserve, Brantford, Ontario Elma Miller: Would you please identify yourself and your position in the community? Amos Key: My name is Amos Key. I have a 20-page curriculum vitae but I am not giving you that today. In relationship to your interest in the Mohawk language as having written a choral work using […]

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