Little Pine and Lucky Man: A History 1866-1885

By: Dodson, Peter

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Book Condition: Very Good+


Light edge wear to card covers, small soiling on lower front cover. ; Includes end notes and extensive bibliography. A bright, solid book ; Trade PB; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 53 pages; "The Cypress Hills, located in southwest Saskatchewan, have been home to many different First Nations throughout history including the Assiniboine, the Blackfoot and the Plains Cree. In the 1860's, with the decline of the buffalo, the Cypress Hills, which still contained buffalo herds, became more important than ever to the Plains Cree... When the negotiations for Treaty 6 began at Fort Carlton in August of 1876, several Cree chiefs were worried about finding a way to maintain the buffalo herds and in the process, maintain the Plains Cree way of life and provide them with enough security for the future. After Treaty 6, Little Pine, Big Bear and Lucky Man moved south to the Cypress Hills to try and continue hunting buffalo, but by 1879 almost no buffalo were making their way into Canada.... With their people starving, there was much pressure on Little Pine and Lucky man to take Treaty and as a result, get some much needed rations for their people. Facing starvation and an uncertain future, both Little Pine and Lucky Man adhered to Treaty 6 on July 2 1879. Little Pine and Lucky Man spent their lives trying to protect their people and their way of life. This is their story. "

Title: Little Pine and Lucky Man: A History 1866-1885

Author Name: Dodson, Peter

Categories: Native Studies,

Publisher: Saskatchewan, Self Published: 2003

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 15037

Keywords: Cypress Hills massacre duck lake council Saskatchewan plains cree Treaty