Red Pheasant First Nation
Chief Wuttunee's people were living along the Battle River when the Numbered Treaties were being negotiated. Wuttunee did not want to sign Treaty 6 but appointed his brother Red Pheasant to sign in his place, and the Department of Indian Affairs henceforth referred to them as the Red Pheasant Band.
In 1878, they settled on a reserve in the Eagle hills. A day school and an Anglican church were opened there within a decade.
The band has 1,893 registered members, 608 of whom live on the reserve.
- Alex Decoteau – Olympian; first aboriginal police officer in Canada
- Don Francks (Iron Buffalo) – actor, vocalist and jazz musician
- Gerald McMaster – artist, author, and curator
- Robert-Falcon Ouellette – politician and son of English-born mother and Red Pheasant father.
- Pîhtokahanapiwiyin (Poundmaker) – Plains Cree chief known for his role in the North-West Rebellion
- Allen Sapp – Plains Cree Artist
- Cree Summer – American actress raised on the Red Pheasant reserve
- Thompson, Christian. Red Pheasant First Nation. Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan. 2006.
- Red Pheasant First Nation - Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations
- Battleford Tribal Council
- Map of Red Pheasant 108 at Statistic Canada
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