The Fallen Feather - Credits

The Fallen Feather

Jannica Hoskins

Jannica R Hoskins, Oji-Cree Métis
Hosted, Co Produced, Co Researched, Photographed & Filmed
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Randy Bezeau

Randy N Bezeau
Produced, Directed, Filmed, Photographed, Researched, Written & Edited

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Chief Phil fontaine

National Chief Phil Fontaine
National Chief Phil Fontaine is a dedicated and highly respected leader in Canada. He has been instrumental in facilitating change and advancement for First Nations people from the time he was first elected to public office as Chief, at the young age of 28. He is a proud member of the Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba and still plays an active role in the support of his community.
Photo Credit
RememberingtheChildren.ca

 

 

 

Chief Phil fontaine

Web Designer/Developer - Leanna Hoskins
Free Spirit Media
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Dr. Mary Thomas, (1918 - 2007) Secwepemc First Nations, featured guest, (limited copy rights to be shared by her family)
Richard Jules, Secwepemc First Nation, featured guest
John Jules, Secwepemc First Nation, featured guest
National Chief Phil Fontaine, Sagkeeng First Nation, featured guest
Chief Bob Joseph, Kwakiutl First Nation, featured guest
Ernie Philip, Secwepemc First Nation, featured guest
Margaret August-Sjodin, Secwepemc First Nation, featured guest
Christopher Devlin, LP, featured guest
Shawn Tupper, featured guest
Dan Saul, Secwepemc First Nation, featured guest
Honorable Ted Hughes, featured guest
Mason Cooper, Third Camera
Josh Zawacick, Music, This Land
Mike Collins, on accoustic guitar
Jerry Bannister, Fourth Camera
Sage Hills Drummers, as their music is featured in the film
Morning Star Drummers, as their music is featured in the film
First Nations Dancers, Squilax Pow wow Dancers as featured in the film
Texas Henry, Secwepemc First Nation, Photographer'
Chief Keith Matthews, Secwepemc First Nations, History of Kamloops


Sacred Honor and Thanks to

Chief Shane Gottfriedson, Kamloops Indian Band, Secwepemc Nation

Chief Felix Arnouse, Little Shuswap Indian Band, Secwepemc Nation

Bob Joseph, Kwakiutl First Nation, Founder of Indigenous Corporate Training

Bob Moody, Metis, Shuswap Nation Tribal Council Director

Sage Hills (Drum Keeper Brandon Daniels, Shawnrae Gabriel Adrian Retasket, Joe Meldrum, John Jules, Gordon Cuthbert, Alexis Edwards, Dallas Edwards, Shawn Bottle, Travis Marr, and Aaron Daniels)

Staff and Students of the Sk'elep School of Excellence, Kamloops Indian Band Secwepemc Nation
 
All my Relations

References:

A National Crime, John S. Milloy, The University of Manitoba Press, 2003 (quoted as Nc or Milloy)

Shingwauk’s Vision – A History of Native Residential Schools
JR Miller UTP 2003

CBC - Eyes of the Children

The Douglas Reserve Policy
Prepared for the Union of BC Indian Chiefs by Thalassa Research & Associates

Early British Columbia

Sir John A Macdonald

Western Canada Concept's British Columbia History

Historical Background – Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

Anglican Journal

University of Guelph on line- Nicholas Flood Davin

Government of Canada – Canada’s Digital Collection - Biography of Duncan Campbell Scott

Native Peoples and Newcomers on Line - Turning Point

Garrison Mentality - Frye, Northrop

Donovan & Company – Brief History – The Douglas Era

Meander – Native Self-Government

Governance and The Citizen: The Research Agenda of the Law Commission of Canada

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada - The Significance of the Vancouver Island Treaties

History of Indian Land Claims in B.C. by Robert Exell – p.8 Published in The Advocate Volume 48, Part6, December 1990, Pages 866 to 880

Mental Health Profiles for a Sample of British Columbia’s Aboriginal Survivors of the Canadian Residential School System. Published in 2003 by the Aboriginal Healing Foundation

Linking Research to Educational Practice II July 5-17, 2002 Symposium Paper (Bagot/White paper)

Indian Act – 1876 – Historical perspectives of Shannon Thunderbird

A Brief History of ‘Indian Residential Schools’ in British Columbia Provincial Residential School Project

The Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs – Researching the Indian Land Question in BC,
Chapter 20 Douglas (pre-Confederation) Reserves

Hidden From History: The Canadian Holocaust Copyright @ The truth Commission into Genocide in Canada, 2001

PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITURE OF ABORIGINAL WOMEN ON CANADA’S NORHTWEST COAST CIRCA
1862-1880. Carol Williams PhD University of Northern British Columbia Canada, Submitted 30 May 1999

BRITISH COLUMBIA INDIAN TREATIES IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE Dennis F. K. Madill,
Research Branch, Corporate Policy Department of Indian and Nothern Affairs, 1881

DEFINING ABORIGINAL ‘TITLE IN THE 90’S: HAS THE SUPREME COURT FINALLY GOT IT RIGHT?
Kent McNeil, Osgoode Hall Law School Toronto, March 25, 1998

HISTORY OF THE INDIAN ACT (Part One) SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN MARCH 1978

Pontiac’s War, History of Canadian Indians – the Pontiac Rebellion, Marionopolis College

Sir Joseph Trutch,

Mary Thomas – In her own words, Buffalo Sprit, Aboriginal Multi Media Society

Official Report of DEBATES OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY (Hansard) FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1993 Morning Sitting Volume 10, Number 12 [ Page 6603 ]

Macdonald – Historical Background – Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (soften them up for negotiations)

Tseshalt Nations - Timeline historic, social, & political events of Aboriginal Groups in BC (Tsilhkot’en War)

Looking Forward, Looking Back

The Shuswap, Shuswap Nation Tribal Council, 1989