The Royal Saskatchewan Museum in the capital of the province Regina has a rare exhibit – the Indigenous record of Treaty 4 as rendered in a pictograph by Chief Paskwa in 1883, nine years after the signing of the treaty in 1874.
And here are copies of the English rendition of the Treaty:
In the same spirit of free self-expression — artistic and intellectual — USask offers password-free computers. This served delegates to the 2018 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Regina, very well indeed:) (Not that you’re precluded from enjoying … Continue reading →
…And Aegir went on: “How did this craft that you call poetry originate?” Bragi replied: “The origin of it was that the gods had a dispute with the people called Vanir, and they appointed a peace-conference and made a truce by this procedure, that both sides went up to a vat and spat their spittle […]