From Lishamie

From Lishamie

by Albert Canadien

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From Lishamie by Albert Canadien

From Lishamie is an exploration of Albert Canadien's early years. From growing up in a traditional Dene camp in the village of Lishamie located on a large island on the north side of the Mackenzie River to living in the French-speaking Fort Providence Residential School to singing with the Chieftones and opening for the Beach Boys and Jerry Lee Lewis in Madison Square Gardens in New York City, Albert takes us through his experiences.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781894778657
Publisher: Theytus Books, Limited
Publication date: 06/18/2010
Series: From Lishamie Series
Pages: 284
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.49(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Albert J. Canadien was born on the land near Fort Providence, Northwest Territories, when most of the Dene people still lived in permanent traditional villages. He was taken to the residential school at the age of seven and, for the next several years, came home only for summer holidays. Albert studied management at the University of Lethbridge and became a certified member of the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada.During the Berger Inquiry, he served as chief of the Deh Gah Got'ie First Nation in Fort Providence. As a civil servant in the Northwest Territories, Albert worked as a settlement administrator, an assistant to the clerk of the legislative assembly, the director of the language bureau and most recently the director of official languages in Yellowknife. Albert was an original member of the Chieftones (Canada's All-Indian Band). He began writing in 1995 and is now working on his second book.

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