Stories of the road allowance people
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Stories of the road allowance people are old men's stories, translated by Maria Campbell and given to you in the dialect and rhythm of her village and her father's generation. In the Mťis oral tradition, these stories must be said aloud to give life to the voices in village English.

Item Details
Canadian literature -- Métis authors.
Cree Indians -- Folklore.
Cree Indians -- Saskatchewan -- Folklore.
Indians of North America -- Folklore.
Indians of North America -- Saskatchewan -- Folklore.
Legends -- Canada.
Legends -- Saskatchewan.
Métis -- Fiction.
Métis -- Folklore.
Métis -- Saskatchewan -- Folklore.
Other Authors:
Campbell, Maria, 1940-
Farrell Racette, Sherry.
Marken, Ron, 1939-
091944153X (pbk.)
Publisher, Date:
Penticton, B.C. : Theytus Books Ltd., 1994.
144 p. : col. ill. ; 27cm
Other Title:
The road allowance people.
Foreword by Ron Marken.
Wheatland: One copy in local series: Aboriginal education collection.
SPL: Canadiana.
Good dog Bob
Dah song of dah Crow
Rou Garous
La Beau Sha Shoo
Big John
Joseph's justice
Dah teef.
Link to PAC
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