An Exploration of the Colonial Perception of Indigenous Life
Morleyville, Nakoda tribe, Treaty 7, John McDougal, Royal Canadian Northwest Mounted Police (RCMP)
Our project is a zine discussing the MacLeod Gazette article entitled “Arrest of the Indian Cattle Killers.” The zine covers the history of the Stoney-Nakoda people, life in the Morleyville area, Indigenous-settler relations and perceptions, Treaty 7, and the involvement of the McDougall family with the Indigenous people of the area. The zine delivers an enriching micro-history surrounding the perception of Indigenous culture under a colonial lens. How it affected the Indigenous community then andhow it carries out now.
Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences (FHASS)
© Madison Hewgill, Muneeb Abdul, Muhammad Mauthoor, Anais Vivares Jessop
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Hewgill, Madison; Abdul, Muneeb; Mauthoor, Muhammad; and Vivares Jessop, Anais, "An Exploration of the Colonial Perception of Indigenous Life" (2021). Bringing Primary Sources to Life: An Exploration of the Frontier Life Database. 7.