2 edition of Stott Site. Manitoba Indians. found in the catalog.
Stott Site. Manitoba Indians.
Manitoba. Dept. of Culture, Heritage and Recreation. Historic Resources Branch.
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The Stott Site is an important archaeological bison kill area where bones and artifacts dating back at least 1, years have been found. A bison enclosure is reconstructed with a viewing platform. Location: Grand Valley Provincial Park.
The book also includes a transcription of Annie’s account book and diary, –, with the last entry dated 11 days before her death.
The book includes many photos, interpretive footnotes, and additional research compiled by Clifford L. g: Manitoba Indians. The Stott Site is located on the valley wall of the Assiniboine River near the present day city of Brandon. The river meanders through the aspen parkland and has cut a deep valley, creating oxbow lakes that support a wide variety of trees, shrubs, grasses and animals.
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Documentation on the location of the tribe in southern Manitoba is found in the journal of Father Antoine Silvy, a Jesuit priest. This enterprising Jesuit accompanied a French expedition from Quebec inwhich was sent to Hudson Bay for the expressed purpose of seizing Port Nelson.
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Hardcover Missing: Manitoba Indians. Manitoba Provincial Heritage Site No. 2 Stott Mound and Camp Site, (DlMa-1) SW W, Brandon area, R.M. of Whitehead Designation Date: Designation Authority: Honourable E.F.
Willis, Minister in charge of Library and Museum Present Owner: The Province of Manitoba and privately owned The rich animal and plant resources of this portion of the Assiniboine River valley sustained.
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The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs ha s been joined by Anishinabek of Ontario, representing 42 First Nations, in rejecting the name 'Aboriginal.' But that term and several others have not been easy. Another Manitoba site known to be important in the bison hunt is the Stott site northwest of Brandon, where Grand Valley Recreation Park is located today.
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Part 1 - Camperville. by Gwen Palmer.A new Winnipeg book that explores historical old buildings across Manitoba devotes one chapter to the site of a former Indian residential school.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Diana's memory to CancerCare Manitoba, McDermot Ave., Winnipeg, MB R3E 0V9.
THOMSON "IN THE PARK" Condolences may be sent to Publish Date: DIANA STOTT Diana was born March 1, in St. John's, Newfoundland to George and Hilda Putt.