Welcome to the Web Page for the Treaty 7 Field Course

The Treaty 7 travel study, consisting of HIST 2210 and HIST 2215, will focus on the history of the Indigenous peoples of what is now southern Alberta.  Topics that will be covered include: Plains peoples prior to European contact; the events leading to Treaty 7; representation of Indigenous peoples in museums and historic sites; and the impact of Treaty 7 on First Nations in what is now Alberta.  These events will be examined from a First Nations’ perspective and students will discover why we are all treaty people.  This travel study combines lectures in a traditional classroom setting for a week (dates forthcoming) with just over a 1.5 week-long experiential field study component during the summer.  Students will visit a number of sites that relate to the peoples of Treaty 7 such as Blackfoot Crossing, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, and Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park.   Wherever possible, portions of the field study component will be led by Indigenous peoples.   Students who participate will earn credit for two courses/6 credits.

INFORMATION SESSION November 26, 2015 at 3:30 in EA1050

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