The generation to which Joe and Josephine Crowshoe belonged spanned more than the length of their lifetimes. That generation fought heroically in world wars and at the same time raised children under a paternalistic federal regime that denied both a culture and a heritage. The Crowshoes regained their heritage and shared it with the larger community, gaining respect from all the people with whom they were in contact and becoming articulate representatives and the holders of stories, legends, and customs. The interviews in "Weasel Tail" track not just their personal stories but the stories of a people who insisted on being recognised and a culture born out of the land of southern Alberta. Paralleling the interviews, Mike Ross has included historical photographs and documentation of a world and people who are a rich part of Alberta's history. The interviews in "Weasel Tail" track not just their personal stories but the stories of a people who insisted on being recognised.
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The Association of Canadian Publishers
March 31, 2012
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