DOBES Archive

ws-early_contact001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to have a conversation or to tell a story. Here, speakers talk about different topics.
ws-nabaane_story001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the nabaane stories which are known in great variety and many versions. The speaker is 500.
ws-nabaane_story001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the nabaane stories which are known in great variety and many versions. The speaker is 500.
ws-asleep_at_mooselick001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, speaker 527 tells the story of a man who was so sad that he had lost his family, that he wanted to kill himself by falling asleep at the mooslick. His intent was to be trampled by the animals. The story was recorded at the 2008 workshop, but the speaker wanted to add an new introduction. This was captured at a later time as an audio track only. The archived media combines the new intro along with the workshop video in one movie file. The audio is supplemented by a slide show of photos (landscapes and of speaker 527).
ws-nabaane_stories001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to have a conversation or to tell a story. Here, two speakers talk about different topics.
ws-inedible_birds001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to have a conversation or to tell a story. Here, two speakers talk about different topics.
band_complex_all-001
Kate Hennessy begins the discussion of the Virtual Museum of Canada (VMC) and Doig River First Nation collaborative web-project based on the dreamers and important locations for the Dane-zaa people. There are introductions of the people in attendence, TA's introduction speech, Billy Attachie, Rene Dominic, Sammy Acko.
ws-tsayaa_stories001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the naabane stories which are known in great variety and many versions. One speaker (527) starts telling this story, another speaker (091) first joins him, and then tells the rest of the story.
ws-runaway_horse001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to tell a story in Beaver. The contents of the stories are miscellaneous, containing historical and biographical events as well as narratives about places, and modern times. In a further step these stories will be transcribed and translated.
ws-big_animals_story001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to tell a story in Beaver. The contents of the stories are miscellaneous, containing historical and biographical events as well as narratives about places, and modern times. In a further step these stories will be transcribed and translated.
ws-cree_exodus001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to tell a story in Beaver. The contents of the stories are miscellaneous, containing historical and biographical events as well as narratives about places, and modern times. Here, a story is told in the Cree language. Many of the Beaver speakers at least understand this neighbouring language, some also speak it.
band_complex_all-002
Rene Dominic, Sammy Acko, Jack Askoty, Billy Attachie, Tommy Attachie, Eddie Appsassin all talk about what they want for the project, Amber Ridington, DZ Youth, Kate Hennessy, Web designers (Darren and Katherine) help formulate ways to do what the elders want using the web medium.
ws-tsayaa_story001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the naabane stories which are known in great variety and many versions. Another speaker supplements the story told here by an alternative end.
ws-doig_drummers001
At the end of the final day of the workshop, the Doig Drummers played for the audience. The drummers are: 248, 216, 133, 300 and 448.
ws-long_conversation001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. This conversation covers many topics. Translatipon has not yet been done, but initial topics include: day school (residential school), the teachers and priests, abuse, the prophet Oker, life in the 1950s, Lots of laughter, despite the serious topics. Speakers include: 288 527 233 380 133
ws-tsayaa_story002
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the tsayaa stories which are known in great variety and many versions. The speaker is 002.