L-R: Wahbikewew or White Eagle (Cree), Moneghan (Cree), and Seeseebasquat or Sugar (Saulteaux) at Lebret, Saskatchewan - 1925

L-R: Wahbikewew Or White Eagle (Cree), Moneghan (Cree), And Seeseebasquat Or Sugar (Saulteaux) At Lebret, Saskatchewan - 1925

Big Bear was a Plains Cree chief. He was born in 1825 and died in 1888 on the Poundmaker Reserve in Saskatchewan. Big Bear refused to sign Treaty No. 6 (1876). He was the first major chief of the Canadian prairies to refuse.

Big Bear was a Plains Cree chief. He was born in 1825 and died in 1888 on the Poundmaker Reserve in Saskatchewan. Big Bear refused to sign Treaty No. 6 He was the first major chief of the Canadian prairies to refuse.

Pitikwahanapiwiyin (c. 1842 – 4 July commonly known as Poundmaker, was a Plains Cree chief known as a peacemaker and defender of his people.

L-R: Sam Kitchen, Louise Minister with her daughter Alice, Hannah Minister near Waskaganish, Quebec - Cree - circa 1920  You can tell they worked Hard,very Hard during the Depression

L-R: Sam Kitchen, Louise Minister with her daughter Alice, Hannah Minister near Waskaganish, Quebec - Cree - circa 1920 You can tell they worked Hard,very Hard during the Depression

“Civilized” Cree child Thomas Moore, the beginning of years of Christian inculcation at the Regina Indian Industrial School [ca.1897]

After: “Civilized” Cree child Thomas Moore, the beginning of years of Christian inculcation at the Regina Indian Industrial School Photo: Saskatchewan Archives Board

Ashley Callingbull, CreeFirst Nations woman from the Enoch Cree Nation in the province of Alberta. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Ashley Callingbull, CreeFirst Nations woman from the Enoch Cree Nation in the province of Alberta. Description from I searched for this on

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